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Brady’s Banter: Athletes and Politics not a good mix

Brady’s Banter: Athletes and Politics not a good mix

Brady McGee, Reporter

April 7, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase, Sports

LeBron James is the one athlete I have an extreme amount of respect for and not just for his unbelievable abilities on the court. Of course he can run fast, jump high, and shoot a basketball but the way he’s composed himself and handled his life off the court since entering the league as an 18 year...

Review: “Beauty and the Beast” enchants

Review: “Beauty and the Beast” enchants

Hannah Weeren, Reporter

April 6, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Sitting in the theater, heart racing, captured by the ending of “Beauty and the Beast,” I realized my nose was bleeding. I turned to Julia Zemanek (’18) and asked, “What should do?” I couldn’t leave the theater; I couldn’t miss the movie. Zemanek said “I will ask the lady next to me for...

Emma’s Dilemma: We are trashing history

Emma’s Dilemma: We are trashing history

Emma Coleman, Editor-in-Chief

March 10, 2017


Filed under Opinion

I don’t have Snapchat. Or Instagram. Or Facebook or Twitter or any other form of social media. I don't share my amateur photography with the rest of the world as many do. And frankly, I’m glad of that. Photos are heartbeats captured in a moment’s flash of color and light. It’s a shame we post...

Our View: Snow or Summer? We want both

March 10, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Snow days and delays are a no-win situation for Baltimore County. Some want snow days, some want a long summer, and as we know, there can never be a compromise. When it’s the dead of winter and nobody wants to go to school, students dream of snow days. But, when it’s the middle of June,...

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?...

High school showering goes down the drain

High school showering goes down the drain

Hannah Weeren

March 8, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Sports

Four perfectly functioning showers are in both locker rooms, which means eight perfectly functioning showers are never used. Even if students wanted to shower in the full five minutes they are given after gym class, they cannot because the showers are full of miscellaneous equipment. Principal Joe...

You can’t teach the new dogs the old way

You can’t teach the new dogs the old way

Ed Martin and Hugh Lory

March 8, 2017


Filed under News, Opinion, Showcase

Ed Martin It must have been just before Thanksgiving 2005. Our coach was concerned that we eighth graders were going to be lazy and lose our conditioning over the long weekend, so we practiced for an extra hour. In that hour I can distinctly remember 10 hellish minutes, all foc...

Always Chiprin’ Lent

Always Chiprin’ Lent

Bess Tiller, Chirper

March 6, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Every year as Lent rolls around, I feel a sense of guilt. All my peers go and get ash on their foreheads for Ash Wednesday, and I haven’t been to church in 12 years. I’m not saying this is a bad thing at all, but during lunch when I hear what everyone is giving up, I think to myself how awful is...

Thrilling to Some, Inspiring to Others

Thrilling to Some, Inspiring to Others

Julie Fleming, Reporter

March 6, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

How come the best people die young? Why don’t serial killers ever die in tragic plane crashes or by shootings? Why don’t terrorists die from drug overdoses or STD’s? Why don’t the kind, giving people with caring families, good values and charitable personalities live to be 100? Why are their...

The resistance is just getting started

The resistance is just getting started

Sam Turnbaugh, Reporter

February 28, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Exactly one day after the paltry showing at Donald Trump’s inauguration, over 500,000 demonstrators descended on Washington D.C. for the Women’s March on Washington. A number of Hereford students and residents made the D.C. trip, which packed highways and swamped public transit by exceeding all expectations...

Let’s stop talking about politics

Let’s stop talking about politics

Lauren Litsinger, Reporter

February 24, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Since the election a few months ago, the controversy between Hillary and Trump has cooled down. People voiced their opinions whether they knew about politics or not. While many knowledgeable statements were made, a lot of offensive things were said too. Don’t preach about how one candidate would...

Don’t rush it

Don’t rush it

Alexis Griffey, Reporter

February 15, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Here I am, almost done my senior year. It’s overwhelmingly shocking to believe this whole high school thing will all be over in a short three months. No more of seeing the people I’ve known since kindergarten, the people I have grown up with, and the people I call my best friends every day. As excited...

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