Unpredictable Maryland Weather

Giodona Campbell, Staff Writer

January 24, 2019

Filed under Journalism I, Opinions

Everyone knows that there’s no other weather that is out the cut than DMV weather. We are currently in the month of January, and so far this winter has been pretty awkward, don’t you think? Perhaps the unusual fact that w...

Echo Chambers: Why No One Ever Truly Hears Anyone Else

Jakob Smith, Staff Writer

January 15, 2019

Filed under Journalism I, Opinions

The words “echo chamber”  refer to the dependence many have on surrounding themselves with people who agree with them. This is not only restricting and irresponsible, but polarizing and openly damaging to the political clima...

I’M NOT DONE, BUT I’M DONE

Asha-Lee Peterkin, Staff Writer

January 15, 2019

Filed under Journalism I, Opinions

Wow, it’s really here. I finished my last year of high school. It was a roller coaster. I had some good times and bad times, and I shed some tears of both joy and despair. I am so happy to start the next chapter of my life. ...

Depression, It’s NOT a Trend

Niriti Pahadi, Staff Writer

January 10, 2019

Filed under Journalism I, Opinions

“Hey, how are you?” “I’m depressed.” But are you really? Do you even know what depression is, or how serious of a condition it is? And no, depression isn’t hating coming to school because it’s “boring” ...

What’s the Real Reason?

Zoputa Difini, Staff Writer

January 10, 2019

Filed under Journalism I, Opinions

What’s the real reason we go to school? Is it because our parents force us? Because without school we can’t succeed in life? Or because it’s where our friends reside?   For years I went to school day-by-day in the routine of waking u...

Editorial Cartoons

Editorial Cartoons

January 9, 2019

They/Them Pronouns; Are They Valid?

Abigail Sciannella, Staff Writer

January 8, 2019

Filed under Journalism I, Opinions

There’s a lot of discourse being flung around about they/them pronouns, both in high school and in the outside world. People wonder about how to handle these when they talk to their kids, whether to use they/them for a singular...

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