Atholton’s gymnasium, usually filled to the brim with basketball teams or freshmen getting their PE credit, was packed with book-crazed fifth-graders on Friday night. Across the floor there groups varying from three to five children […]
Kaodi Gerry-Ofor Staff Reporter April 8, 2019 Frantic girls, a multitude of dresses, boxes of shoes, tables of jewelry, a makeup artist, and the seemingly ceaseless bell that signified the adoption of a […]
Kyle Tracht Staff Reporter 4/4/19 Stormtroopers- for most of us, they’re those forgettable extras from Star Wars, minions for the heroes to cut through in the dozens. For over 13,000 people across the world, however, […]
Abideen Jallow April 1 Staff Reporter Lights, Camera, Dance! A lively performance in the spirit of black history month. A show the whole school attends, the Black Student Union annual assembly. This is a time […]
To start this off, I just want to say that I don’t know anything about dance, much less ballet. So at this concert, I was more confused than anything since I’ve never been to a ballet concert.
For some, business means three-piece suits and glass conference room tables. For junior Mihir Kurup, it means an annual competition against students from all across Maryland at the Baltimore Inner Harbor, where he must demonstrate […]
Rebecca Leger Staff Reporter Smiling faces beam in the hallways and sounds of laughter echo off the walls as students shuffle to their classes. This is a common scene in the halls of Atholton—the reason […]
Atholton’s Wind Ensemble and Symphonic band hosted their annual Winter Band Camp, led by their band teacher, Mr. Eric Posner, on February 22nd and 23rd at Atholton to learn new techniques from guest instructors and musicians.
Poems, improv, songs galore, what could make you want to come more?
Staff Reporter Jaylynn Floyd February 19th, 2019 Silence fell over the crowd. The curtains parted and the stage was soon filled with dancers kicking, dropping, and spinning all over the place. 2019 started off with […]