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Callie Randall

Callie Randall , Lifestyles Editor

Callie Randall is a senior at Washington-Lee High School and the Lifestyles Editor of the Crossed Sabres Newspaper. She is a member of the Washington-Lee Madrigals Choir and the President of the National Honor Society. She enjoys singing, writing music and poetry, as well as playing the piano, and guitar. Her favorite subject is English, and she hopes to bring her love of writing and creative ideas to the Crossed Sabres Newspaper for her second year on the staff.

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Spike Lee pounces on Samuel L. Jackson as he takes the stage to accept his award for Best Adapted Screenplay for his film BlacKkKlansman at the Dolby Theatre. Despite writing and directing many acclaimed films, this year marked Lee’s first Oscar win.

Awards galore

March 15, 2019
Black Mirror’s poster shows a screen shattered to look like a smile with the tagline “The Future Looks Bright”. The show’s title comes from how the black screens of turned-off electronics function as mirrors.

Black Mirror

March 12, 2019
Senior Owen Potts stands for Pledge of Allegiance at the beginning of their busy day. As staying seated for the pledge has become a popular form of protest, some have been offended by students’ choices not to stand.

Can’t stand it

November 18, 2018
For 50 years 1426 N Quincy Street has been an office building. By 2021 it will be a part of Washington-Lee High School.

A welcome ed-dition

October 12, 2018
Hannah Rosman is the Editor-in-Chief of the Crossed Sabres Newspaper. This is her fourth year at the school and her fourth year on the newspaper.

Words of wisdom

September 18, 2018
The Winter Guard team has a group huddle before a competition.

Winter Guard

June 12, 2018
Dominguez plays trombone  with the Jazz Big Band.

Junior Angel Dominguez

February 16, 2018
Ms. Cantor settles into her new office.

IB leaving a legacy

September 21, 2017
Sophomore Natalia Paley-Whitman takes a picture of sophomore Jessica Beyers in front of the historic Berlin Wall.

Media marches

December 30, 2016
Ricardo Mestre gives a presentation on how the presidential election affected the stock market.

Investment Club

November 27, 2016

[PHOTO] Tri and Quad

October 13, 2016

[PHOTO] Morris

October 13, 2016
Pokemon Go or no?

Pokemon Go or no?

September 20, 2016
Soccer super stars

Soccer super stars

June 23, 2016

Nicole Charles

February 22, 2016
College Bowl blues

College Bowl blues

January 19, 2016
“I'm in this darn thing right now called How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and it is a really cool musical. It’s really great getting to do the school play because it starts so early in the year. If you’re a freshman and you're starting off and you aren’t comfortable yet at the school, but you love music or musical theater or dancing or acting, you can do the musical. With the musical, you get such a close group of people. What is really great about having such a tight knit cast is that is that the upperclassmen talk to the freshmen like they’re best friends. We joke with each other. We all have inside jokes. It is really welcoming, and it feels so awesome that I have this tightly knit community that I can talk to.” 

Julia Elman

January 8, 2016
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