The Women’s March On Washington (WMW)––a march for those who believe in women’s rights and human rights––took place on January 21, 2017. A rally was held beforehand … Continue Reading Women’s March on Washington: Fighting for Our Rights
A study published by Journal Nature announced during a conference at NASA headquarters that they had discovered seven exoplanets that are similar to Earth, which is 40 light … Continue Reading Newly Discovered Exoplanets
On Tuesday, November 8, 2016, Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election to become the 45th President of the United States. He had 306 electoral votes, while … Continue Reading “Voter Fraud” on Election Day and Results; Possibly Another Recount?
In the wake of the election, many voters were frustrated by the results of the election and have been actively criticizing the system and the candidates. Some are … Continue Reading The Electoral College: Can they Overturn the Results of the Election?
On Wednesday, December 7, 2016, the students of Oakland Mills High School participated in a peaceful protest in the form of a walkout. The event was scheduled to … Continue Reading The Oakland Mills High School Walkout
On December 20, 2016, Congressman Cummings and many other delegates are hosting a “Safe Space” Conversation from 7:00PM to 9:00PM. This event will be to present to help organize opinions, … Continue Reading Congressman Elijah E. Cummings Hosts “Stand Up, Speak Up, Howard”
On Thursday, October 13, twenty one girls who were kidnapped by Boko Haram more than two years before were released from captivity. In April of 2016, the terrorist group … Continue Reading Chibok Girls Update
In Honolulu, Hawaii, giant pandas were officially removed from the list of endangered species on Sunday, September 4. These creatures were instead moved to the list of species … Continue Reading Giant Pandas no Longer Endangered
Oct. 10, 2016 is the anniversary of the establishment of North Korea’s ruling Workers’ Party, according to the Washington Post. Furthermore, on Sunday of October … Continue Reading The Nuclear Threat in Korea
By: Maggie Attridge On August 31, 2016, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan signed a brand new executive order mandating every public school in the state to start … Continue Reading Post-Labor Day School Debate Rages On
By: Andrew Atkins, Editor in Chief of the 2015-2016 Journalism year The 2015-2016 school year was a phenomenal way to cap off the Class of 2016’s four years in … Continue Reading An Ode to Seniors
By: Peter Lay On March 23rd, the state of North Carolina passed a law called House Bill 2. This act makes it illegal for transgender individuals to use bathrooms … Continue Reading North Carolina Controversy: Hidden State-Sponsored Discrimination?
Senior Superlatives are the senior class’s way of giving credit to key students in their grade. The students vote on their peers’ superlatives, which are then tallied and announced at … Continue Reading Senior Superlatives
Here is the list of the colleges that the seniors are going to. We wish them a happy and safe travel! Lawrence Aaron, III Marshall University Ashley Aco HCC Zafir … Continue Reading Where the Seniors Are Heading
By: Maggie Attridge The 2016 Presidential election has been heating up for a long time. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, both frontrunners for their respective parties, have been in … Continue Reading Controversy with Frontrunners: Unpredictable Primaries Continue