Water-Shed a Tear for the Chesapeake Bay

The Chesapeake Bay’s health is at stake because of Trump and his hopes and plans to cut the funding to the Environmental Protection Agency.

America’s Happiness Problem

Our lives constantly revolve around what’s happening next—a perpetual cycle of working for something else, something better. But, what is that something we’re so passionately working towards?

The 3rd Most Important Meal of the Day

Each summer kids are left home while their parents go to work. These kids are left home wondering what to eat. Wonder no more. Below is a list of foods that you should and should not eat while you are home alone for lunch.

Lionel Messi vs. Cristiano Ronaldo: The Battle of the Best

In this era, there are two players who dominate the stage, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Together, they have broken almost every record ever. However, a highly debated topic is: Who is better, Messi or Ronaldo?

The Paradox of Compulsory Voting

American culture values freedom above all else. We hold dearly the freedom to speak, to worship, and to own private property. Perhaps the most important democratic freedom is our freedom to vote. As we currently interpret it, this implies a freedom not to vote. But should it?

Shakespeare: To Modernize It, Or Not To Modernize It?

Many young people assume Shakespearean plays are boring, unfamiliar, and difficult to understand. However, when teenagers are exposed to Shakespeare’s works in interesting, interactive ways, they may find that his works are still accessible and relatable to the youth of today.

Bleacher Seats: An Orioles Podcast

Nick Perlin, Cam Gilreath, and Tim Sciannella talk about the Orioles pitching, Hyun Soo Kim, and game 7

Fish Out of Water: Dancing in the Water

I am not one to exercise, but I am apparently one to participate in Aqua Zumba…

A Round of Snaps for Atholton High School’s Poets

On Wednesday May 2, 2017, the Atholton Media Center transformed into a laid-back, mellow coffeehouse environment full of poetry, music, and calming snaps from the audience. With the help of Poetry Club and National English Honor Society (NEHS), Atholton’s annual Poetry Night extravaganza was a success.

Atholton Presents One Night Only: A Night of Eclectic Shows

On May 1st, the curtains opened to reveal students of the Atholton Drama Department showcasing their writing, directing, and acting skills in four one-act plays.