Category: Features

Atholton Celebrates its Diversity with It’s Annual Multicultural Night

On Tuesday, March 21st, Atholton held its annual Multicultural Night, showcasing the various cultures present in the school.

Dancing For a Cause: Atholton Wows at Strutting With The Staff Event

The annual event, in its third year, took place at Wilde Lake High School’s Jim Rouse Theater to raise money for the Bright Minds Foundation.

The Story Behind the Dress

   Every girl can relate with the struggle of finding the perfect prom dress. But what happens when she doesn’t have enough money to afford a dress?     Former student at Nova High School in Florida […]

The Future is Here!

As you’ve probably heard a million times from your grandparents, you’re living in the future. Although you may not realize it, you live and depend on dozens of technology-based devices. But are you aware of the newest and most advanced technology?

Trump’s First 100 Days

Since January 20th, President Donald Trump has worked to change the political landscape of America.

The Legacy of Barack Obama

Eight years ago, a bright eyed, 47 year-old senator from Illinois stood on Capitol Hill and swore to faithfully execute the office of the president of the United States. In doing so, he became the first African American to hold that title. From foreign policy to Obamacare, here are some highlights of the Obama legacy.

Student Spotlight: Tommy McCarty, Raider Abroad

Tommy McCarty (’18) is spending one year in Malaysia, living with a host family and attending the local school.

Career Academies: The World of Work Awaits

Career academics provide students with a unique opportunity to gain an industry certificate during high school and/or earn college credit.

Hip-Hop’s Notorious Flare: The Evolution of Beefing

Rapper feuds have been a hallmark in the hip-hop industry for years, but they have evolved drastically over the span of its tenure.

Wrestle Like a Girl!

The wrestling team has a reputation for having the strongest, toughest athletes who never go down without a fight. Cue sophomore Jana Tumaneng.