On April 28th, Holocaust survivor Edith Mayer Cord recalled her fascinating yet dreadful experience growing up in Austria and constantly running from the Nazis for Mrs. Payne’s freshman English class.
“In my opinion, it’s very important for students to be able to express themselves without censorship. If they don’t have the right to express their opinions, then they’ll learn that their opinions don’t matter and then they’ll carry on that mindset for the rest of their lives. In that way, we need to be able to express ourselves and to say what we want without fear that we will be persecuted.” -Eshna Kumar
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.
In one nail-biting, nerve-racking hour, students discover if they have achieved one of their lifelong goals: participating in March Madness. A time and a place filled with magical moments, pure excitement, and brings closure to the end of the season by deciding which team ultimately reigns supreme.
A robot on a blind date with a hamster. A moose apocalypse. A politician who can finally lick his elbow. At the Atholton improv show, “You Gotta See This, You Gotta Hear This” is more than just the name of a game.
For some, it is love for blood. For others, it is fondness for fashion shows or affection for mulch. No matter which passion is fueling them, the students of Atholton are striving to change the world.
League of Legends is becoming a worldwide phenomenon that the students of Atholton are loving.
Since the 1990s, Howard County Public Schools have begun the student school year in late August, either a week or two weeks before Labor Day weekend; however, this might no longer be the case for next school year.