All posts by Alexandra Gardner

Alexandra is a Junior at Atholton High School. She is a staff reporter and the Middle Pages Editor. She likes lobster rolls, long walks on the beach, and baby elephants. Alex hopes you enjoys her stories.

Raider Programmers Change the World (Or Just Atholton)

Atholton would have gotten rid of Raider Time if it were not for these couple of Computer Science students.

Sister Cities: A Foreign Adventure

The story of a group of students who went on a once-in-a-lifetime journey.

The Secrets Behind Homecoming

Here is the backstory behind your favorite week of the year.

Empty Bowls: Chili, Creativity, and Charity

Atholton High hosted Empty Bowls, a night of free food and awesome art.

The Story Behind The Harlem Park Field Trip

How did Atholton’s NEHS manage to raise 2500 books? Read more and find out the story behind the Harlem Park Field Trip.

Model UN Motions For Success

On Saturday, November 11th, the ninth anniversary of the Centennial Model United Nations Conference took place, where students from all over Howard County got the chance to gather and do what Model UN students do best: solve the world’s problems one delegate at a time.

2017 Homecoming Dance

Saturday night. Strobe lights, loud music, and crowds of people. There is no other evening quite like Homecoming.