Power of words
11 February 2020 | Opinion
As the editor of our sacred newspaper, I will strive to deliver satisfactory material and inspire others to do so as well. Doubtless, there will be challenges. However, I know that with the support of my splendid team, I will have every opportunity to give my all and learn from each success as well as every failure. I hope that I will propel others towards their aspirations and learn from them in the process.
In our first issue of Die Blou Kudu 2020, we will be exploring various events that have occured in Windhoek High School this past month. We have captured epic moments from all the different traditions here at WHS. These moments ranging from the Newcomers' Camp to our Interhouse Athletics.
As many might know, January is one of the most chaotic months in our school year. There is not nearly enough ink to print all the newspapers needed to describe the exhilarating moments that have transpired. The last few weeks have been a whirlwind of plans and preparation. Our editorial team has been working hard to cover everything. What we have prepared for you is an inside look into our world of sport, spirit, culture and academics.
Windhoek High School is home to many events and traditions and its students are fortunate enough to be part of them. Many of these traditions, such as the Watermelon Festival and Big Brag, are what makes Windhoek High School a school above the rest. Therefore, it is essential that we appreciate these traditions as they form one of the pillars upon which Windhoek High School stands.
With that being said, The editorial team of 2020 wishes all our readers a blessed year. 2020 is a year of possibilities and everyone should embrace it. In that spirit, please remember “You’ll never get bored when you try something new. There’s really no limit to what you can do.” -Dr Seuss.