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Teacher of the Week: Geri Acquard

Julieta Gozalo-Michaud, Online Feature Editor

December 20, 2013

Filed under Feature

Geri Acquard teaches Sociology, AP Psychology, and is also the Internship coordinator. Q: What are your interests outside of school? A: Outside of school I enjoy listening to music at small clubs, trying new restaurants, reading, t...

The Greatest College Football Game of Our Young Lives

Zeke Green, Online Sports Editor

December 18, 2013

Filed under The Inside Pitch

On Nov. 30,  the Auburn Tigers defeated the Alabama Crimson Tide in the storied Iron Bowl rivalry when cornerback Chris Davis returned a missed field-goal attempt more than 100 yards for a touchdown on the final play. This immaculate...

Game Of The Week: Tiny and Big

Nico Bonetta, Online Arts & Entertainment Editor

December 17, 2013

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Tiny and Big is truly unique. Though I spent a long time delving through the depths of the internet, I couldn't find anything else like it. Tiny and Big is a totally new approach to the platforming genre, allowing you to destroy...

Anders Answers: Clothing Catastrophe

Anders Norberg, Online Editorial Editor

December 17, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Dear Anders, I am a freshman girl. I feel like I am ready to start dressing the way I want to, but my mom still insists on dressing me. All my friends dress themselves but my mom calls it inappropriate. What should I do? I want...

Being Rude Isn’t Funny

Anders Norberg, Online Editorial Editor

December 16, 2013

Filed under Opinion

During the winter pep rally, a kid sitting behind me continually yelled out, "You're awkward" and other inappropriate comments to those on stage. No one laughed, but he continued to say these things for the rest of the rally. I ...

Embrace the New: State of the Schools Address Looks to Future Changes

Audrey Marek, Print Arts & Entertainment Editor

December 13, 2013

Filed under News

“Hope. Four letters,” said Blessed Sherriff, a junior at Montgomery Blair High School, one of many speakers at the Nov. 11 State of the Schools address, hosted by county superintendent Dr. Joshua Starr. The event was held a...

Man Stabs Two People in Montgomery Mall Parking Lot

Elizabeth Winter, Online News Editor

December 13, 2013

Filed under News

 On Nov. 14 at around 2 p.m., Potomac resident David Goldberg stabbed two people in the Montgomery Mall parking lot, leaving them in critical condition, in what prosecutor Robert Hill called a “very serious case of road rage....

The 60 Days of Christmas

Anders Norberg, Online Editorial Editor

December 6, 2013

Filed under Opinion

February has Valentine's Day, April has Easter, July has Independence Day, October has Halloween, and the rest of the year is Christmas. At least, that's what stores, radio stations and companies want you to believe. Even though...

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