Here is the print version of the Holiday Edition of The Scroll! Individual articles coming soon! We hope you enjoy it!
At 10 am on March 14, 2018, students from Oakland Mills High School walked out to the football field to march in solidarity with the students in Parkland, … Continue Reading Oakland Mills Students Participate in the National School Walkout
The Snow – written by Zoe Curtis Have you ever just stood outside, at night, in the snow? There is a certain kind of tranquility, but also a realization of … Continue Reading The Snow – Zoe Curtis
Skiing, snowboarding, and winter sports are great outdoor events that are suitable for the whole family to enjoy. There is a list below of four ski resorts within … Continue Reading Top Four Ski Resorts for Maryland Residents
Everyone has something called Emotional Intelligence (EI) which means one, as an individual, has the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships … Continue Reading Can Technology Truly Affect Your Emotional Intelligence?
Fortnite: Battle Royale is a steadily growing popular game that has been blowing up the charts since its release on September 27, 2017. Fortnite: Battle Royale is a … Continue Reading Fortnite: Battle Royale Increasing in Popularity Ten-Fold
How to tell a teacher you’re not learning? Dear fellow student, This is such a good question, and honestly it’s one that I don’t hear asked often––but I don’t know … Continue Reading J.L.R. – Learning
The Tide Pod Challenge is a challenge that teenagers are doing where they record themselves eating a Tide Pod. The problem with this challenge is that not only are people … Continue Reading Tide Pods
Elizabeth Grant, better known as Lana Del Rey, is an American singer-songwriter familiar for her fifties and sixties Americana aesthetic and theatrical style of songwriting. Her debut album “Born to … Continue Reading Unpopular Opinion: Lana Del Rey is Overrated
A month ago, cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin looked like they were unstoppable. They increase in value everyday, sometimes fall briefly, but still trend up. Ever since the beginning of 2017, people … Continue Reading Crypto: What’s Happening?
Black History Month is the one time of year designated solely for the Black community to celebrate our successes, perseverance, and beauty. Black History Month is meant to be a … Continue Reading Black History Month
People of color face many problems in the music industry that have been around for decades. Some of them are stereotypes or stigmas, and since technology has evolved, people post … Continue Reading Picking A “Side”: Fighting Colorism and Racism in the Music Industry
“The only way through a bigot’s door is to breakdown,” is one of the many thunderous lines in the movie Marshall, which released earlier this year. In honor of Black … Continue Reading Marshall: Movie Review in Honor of Black History Month
I am absolutely petrified. Why, do you ask? Because I live in a world that’s run by narcissism, and where oppression and segregation still remain. Because it is “extremely controversial” … Continue Reading A Perspective
Hey, upperclassmen! Don’t have any plans for this summer and/or can’t find a job? Apply for an internship! Internships are great resume builders and some of them even pay, on … Continue Reading Summer Internships
Most have grown up in the United States of America knowing that the age of eighteen is when one becomes an adult, while twenty-one is the age where … Continue Reading When Do We Become Adults?
In the early morning hours of Wednesday, January 10, ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) agents raided ninety-eight 7-Eleven stores across the country and arrested a total of twenty-one employees. Seven … Continue Reading 7-11 Immigration Raids