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“La La Land” appeals to this sports fan

Brady McGee, Reporter

March 10, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

I get it. A white, straight male who usually is declaring who will be the next NBA MVP is writing a review for musical drama “La La Land.” It doesn’t make sense. I’m supposed to like action movies with explosions and gun fights. Don’t get me wrong, movies like that are great here and there...

Dance programs grows

Dance programs grows

Megan Loomis

March 10, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

A program that only started off with 30 dancers now has over 100. Dance teacher Erin Norton came to Hereford seven years ago and has transformed the program completely. Norton taught at New Town High School and also taught at The Moving Company dance studio. When she came to Hereford, the largest...

Dancers take trip to perform

Alex Trikeriotis, Online Editor

March 10, 2017


Filed under Features

On Friday, March 3, dance students will be leaving at 9:30 to attend a field trip at the Maryland Dance Alliance at the Gordon Center in Owings Mills. They will be taking classes and performing that evening.

Should BCPS have mandatory uniforms?

Should BCPS have mandatory uniforms?

Mark Suchy, Lily Cavallaro, and Megan Lime

March 8, 2017


Filed under Features, Opinion, Showcase

Yes Megan Lime Lily Cavallaro What should I wear tomorrow? Maybe I’ll dress comfy? Except I’ve dressed comfortable every day for the last two weeks. What is the weather forecast looking like? It’ll be cold in the morning and hot by the afternoon. Haven’t I already worn this shirt this week?...

Club Penguin? More like Club Pengone

Club Penguin? More like Club Pengone

Paul Rapuzzi and Will Amos

March 8, 2017


Filed under Features

Popular childhood computer game Club Penguin will be shut down by developers on March 29 to make way for a new project. “I was devastated,” math teacher James Rhoads said. “I was on just the other day. I’m actually on level 73 of Minesweeper. I’ve just been really depressed the last couple...

Bess Tiller, Reporter

March 6, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

Parents who talk about other kids have absolutely no life. Do you feel good about yourself degrading another person’s child? I know your kid is so much better but for some reason you can’t quite figure out he was still cut from the team, I’m sure it’s because that coach was out to get him. Now...

The Skin of Our Teeth

Sarah Wheatley, Reporter

March 6, 2017


Filed under Features

This spring, the theatre program will perform the play “The Skin of Our Teeth.” The three act play resembles three different time periods: the ice age, the floods, and World War I. The plot revolves around the central protagonists within one family, and the central theme is that humanity prevails. ...

Dance students go to see Philadanco

Dance students go to see Philadanco

Will Amos, Online Editor

February 24, 2017


Filed under Features

Forty-one dance students will be attending a field trip to the Gordon Center of Performing Arts in Owings Mills, to see Philadanco perform. Students will leave at 9:45 am and return by 12:00 pm.

Iron Rooster serves all-day breakfast

Iron Rooster serves all-day breakfast

Julie Fleming, Reporter

February 14, 2017


Filed under Features

REVIEW A new all day breakfast, southern comfort food restaurant has opened in Hunt Valley, a hot spot for Hereford High schoolers. I went there and graded my experience focusing on service, food, and the environment, each of these categories was rated on a one to ten scale, ten being the best, one...

“Patriots Day” commemorates Boston bombing

Anna Jerrems, Reporter

February 14, 2017


Filed under Features

REVIEW “Patriots Day,” directed by Peter Berg, opened in theaters on Jan. 13. This movie relays the bombing at the Boston Marathon on Apr. 15, 2013 and honors those who lost their lives during the terror attacks. Mass shootings and terror attacks all have become too normal in our daily lives....

Face the facts, Bigfoot is among us

Hugh Lory, Sports Editor

February 1, 2017


Filed under Features

Have you ever seen a large man-type figure walking in the woods? What did you think of it? What should come to mind is Bigfoot. Yes, I know some people think a Sasquatch is just a big rumor (no pun intended) but I’m here to tell you that it isn’t. Bigfoot is becoming more and more famous, and the...

Bacteria genetically altered to glow in biotechnology course

Bacteria genetically altered to glow in biotechnology course

Shaina Lee, Photo Editor

January 13, 2017


Filed under Features

In today’s society, it seems as though genetic engineering can be found everywhere. From GMOs in our food to advanced medical treatments, altering the genes of life has woven itself into the fabric of our world, and continues to grow as research advances. The methods, however, of how these scientists...

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