Gisele Chiang-Tenbrock Section Editor As a kid, I imitated my teachers. I liked to pretend I was in charge by checking answers or writing corrections on worksheets I’d made up, or I would sneak into […]
Chloe Sullivan Staff Reporter Everyone who knows me knows that I’m terrified of bugs. My usual routine for dealing with them includes a massive Raid can and a lot of running. Some insects, like ladybugs, […]
Across: 1 You do this to leather 3 𝚽 5 … — … 8 Beast of burden 9 Staple British beverage 10 Food of choice for vegans 11 A lower garment typically worn by men in […]
“It helps students realize that they can make a big impact.
People gathered around the pool, breathing in the chlorine and tension filling the air. Underneath the surface of the water, there were five students, strapped with scuba diving masks and ready to win. “Get set,” […]
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 […]
Let’s set the record straight: I hate writing poetry. At least, that was until I walked into Poetry Club.
Long login times, unpredictable computer behavior, and outdated applications. These are issues that students throughout Howard County have experienced when trying to use school technology. To address this, the school system has called into place […]
By Kaodi Gerry-Ofor Staff Reporter Some say that the best part of every theater production is none other than the technical aspects. However, more often than admitted, the tech magicians behind all forms of entertainment […]
A movie based on the bestselling young adult novel by Angie Thomas, “The Hate U Give,” captures a powerful message on police brutality and gun violence, while still maintaining to be an entertaining, teen melodrama. […]