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What we learned from the Debate: Seven things about Donald Trump that haven’t changed

What we learned from the Debate: Seven things about Donald Trump that haven’t changed

Sam Turnbaugh, Reporter

October 4, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Trump still doesn’t care about facts and statistics. From the beginning of the debate Donald Trump brushed off the moderator’s note that the US has experienced six straight years of job growth, insisting that “our jobs are fleeing the country” and falling back on his familiar trope that t...

A Voice for Mental Disorders

A Voice for Mental Disorders

Sierra Webb

June 7, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Everyone has at least one or two family remembers that have suffered from cancer. Whether it was an uncle, aunt, cousin, mom or dad. Or maybe your family got lucky and had no signs of cancer at all. Even though at least one person in every family has suffered from cancer or any other sickness many people...

USA Men’s International Team look for win in Copa América

USA Men’s International Team look for win in Copa América

Will Amos

June 3, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Sports

USA Men’s International Soccer team starts up the Copa América by playing the Colombian Men’s International Team on June 3 at 9:30 pm. If you do not know what the Copa América is, it is a professional soccer tournament between countries from North and South America. There are four groups of...

Rainy weather drowns spirits

Rainy weather drowns spirits

Bess Tiller, reporter

May 24, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Students should be jumping with joy through sunny days instead of suffering through rain-soaked weeks. In the past couple weeks it seems to have rained for 90% of the time. Quite frankly I am tired of this terrible weather. In March it was almost 80 degrees, I have concluded that Maryland is a tease...

Ms T. on winning: Success comes with trying

Ms T. on winning: Success comes with trying

May 11, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Terrie Trebilcock Some of you may have heard that I recently participated in the Jeopardy Teachers Tournament. More precisely, you may have heard that I am not the champion of the Jeopardy Teachers Tournament. And the difference between these two statements, equally true, is the reason that I am wri...

SeaWorld’s End to Captive Breeding and its Implications on Captive Animals

SeaWorld’s End to Captive Breeding and its Implications on Captive Animals

April 29, 2016


Filed under Opinion

           By Maddie Turner Why is it that we still find it acceptable to exploit animals for our pleasure? We need to continue to question society’s apparent support of captive animals and its blind-eye mentality when it comes to the undoubtable abuse and neglect described all around ...

Sour Patch Kids Craze

Sour Patch Kids Craze

January 13, 2016


Filed under Opinion

With Christmas right around the corner, many parents are looking for the perfect candy and toys to stuff their kids’ stockings with. Well, I’m here to tell those parents that the best possible thing to put in their kids’ stocking is Sour Patch Kids. Sour Patch Kids are a soft candy with a coating...

Donald Trump leads presidential election polls

Donald Trump leads presidential election polls

January 13, 2016


Filed under Opinion

With the Presidential Election about a year away, the Republicans and Democrats are fighting to fill in the position. But one candidate stands out more than any other candidate in the history of the United States: Donald Trump. Donald Trump is the leading candidate in the election as of right now....

College Basketball Review

December 9, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Sports

With college basketball coming up soon there’s a lot of hype for University of Maryland, and, of course, like usual, the University of Kentucky. The AP top 25 poll won’t come out until the first week of basketball is over, but the USA Today Coaches Poll’s top five are Kentucky, North Carolina,...

Nathan Sykes Review

Nathan Sykes Review

December 9, 2015


Filed under Opinion

Former member of the British-Irish boy band, The Wanted, Nathan Sykes is releasing his first solo album later this year. In 2013 he made a song with Ariana Grande called “Almost Is Never Enough” and since then has released his single “Kiss Me Quick” which is becoming popular. He has definitely...

The Baltimore Ravens’ Rough Start

December 9, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Sports

Over the past few years, the Baltimore Ravens have been as a power-house team in the NFL, but that does not seem to be the situation this year. At the end of week seven, the Ravens were 1-6, the worst start in their 20-year franchise history. This is mostly due to the injuries they are facing. Some...

McGriddle on the Menu

December 9, 2015


Filed under Opinion

One of America’s most popular fast food restaurants has made a huge mistake. McDonalds recently added an “All Day Breakfast” menu, that consists of popular breakfast foods such as bacon, sausage, or hotcakes, but they didn’t keep the famous “McGriddle” on the menu. My friends and I love...

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