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Traditional Thanksgiving Dishes: Hispanic Culture

Día de Acción de Gracias, also known as Thanksgiving, is a very well celebrated holiday all over the world. Although not always the exact same as the American version of Thanksgiving, many cultures celebrate a day of giving thanks. These celebrations often take place sometime in the month of November. Many countries have their various traditional Thanksgiving dishes, but today we are going to talk … Continue reading Traditional Thanksgiving Dishes: Hispanic Culture

Protests in Iran

When is it enough? On September 16, 2022, 22-year old Mahsa Amini died in police custody in Iran. Three days before her death, Amini was arrested by the morality police of Iran for violating Iran’s conservative dress code. She was in police custody for two hours until she was transported to the Kasra hospital where she was declared brain dead. Authorities have denied beating Amini … Continue reading Protests in Iran

A New AP in Town: Mrs. Proctor

Listen one, listen all! There is a new assistant principal at Oakland Mills and her name is Mrs. Proctor! Before coming to OM, Mrs. Proctor was a science teacher at Wilde Lake High School and a Leadership Intern at Mt. Hebron High School. She also used to be a science teacher in North Carolina before making the move to Maryland in 2011. Mrs. Proctor went … Continue reading A New AP in Town: Mrs. Proctor