Keeping culture alive: Growing up with a family business

Maadhu Krishnan

March 18, 2020

Most students tend to keep their work lives and home lives separate, but for Amanda Liu (12) and Siddarth Sharma (11), this is not the case. Both students have taken vital parts in operating a cultural family restaurant.  Liu’s...

White Station offers new astronomy courses to all students

Maadhu Krishnan

March 18, 2020

The 2020-2021 school year will bring about more educational opportunities and classes, including yoga and astronomy.  The addition of an astronomy course to the school has piqued the interest of many students. The course is open to all grade levels and it will count as a year-long elective class. ...

Students take part in Memphis Soul Prize competition

Maadhu Krishnan

March 18, 2020

For the second year running, the Memphis Soul Prize, a poetry competition for high school students in the Memphis area, has come to White Station. Competitors have one week to draft their poetry before submitting their poetry...

Scouts of America: More than just a camping trip

Maadhu Krishnan

March 12, 2020

Leadership, community service and knot-tying are all part of the Scouts experience. When it comes to Scouts of America, there’s a lot more than what meets the eye. In many scout troops, many activities take place on a regular ba...

From left to right, Justin Kouch (12), Rachel Kannady, Itamar Almalem (11) and Seth Khokar (11) stand in front of the state capital building after the closing ceremony. After a one year hiatus, Youth in Government is back in full throttle, ready to change the government.

Get YIGgy with it

March 6, 2020

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