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Website Of The Week: Grooveshark.Com

Nico Bonetta, Online Arts & Entertainment Editor

March 31, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

We all love music right? I know I do, and grooveshark.com is my personal favorite site for music streaming. You can create your own playlists like on Spotify, have similar songs and playlists recommended or pre-built for you like...

Banned from the Blood Drive

Anders Norberg, Online Editorial Editor

March 31, 2014

Filed under Opinion

On March 10, WJ hosted the spring blood drive, and this time, I decided I would participate and donate to save a life. However, before I could donate, I learned I was ineligible from ever donating because of a certain medication...

App of the Week: Knights Of Pen and Paper

Nico Bonetta, Online Arts & Entertainment Editor

March 25, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

As someone who really dislikes anything "Dungeons & Dragons," I was surprised by Knights of Pen and Paper (KoPP)'s  great storyline and fun gameplay. I am a huge fan of role playing games (RPGs) and KoPP delivers fantasti...

Veterans Finally Honored for Their Heroics

Tenni Idler, Online News Editor

March 23, 2014

Filed under News

On March 18, 24 US Army Veterans were finally honored for their heroic actions. These veterans, known collectively as the Valor 24, fought in World War II, Vietnam and Korea. Despite many of them earning the military’s second...

Big Changes to Come for the SAT

Elizabeth Winter, Online News Editor

March 19, 2014

Filed under News

The College Board has recently announced that it will be instituting changes to redesign the SAT beginning in 2016. Changes will likely affect students currently in ninth grade. “The redesigned SAT will focus on the knowledge...

Pitch Opinion: Books to Movies

March 13, 2014

Filed under Opinion, The Bullpen

It is extremely common, especially this year with books such as “Divergent,” “The Fault in Our Stars,” and “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” for Hollywood to take novels and convert them to the big screen.  This...

The Rise and Fall of the (In)famous Dong Nguyen

Nico Bonetta, Online Arts & Entertainment Editor

March 11, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

"Flappy Bird." The mere name sends some into PTSD-like fits of fear and anger. The most popular game on the app store, "Flappy Bird" is nothing short of incredible in both its simplicity and success. Or was, I should say, becuase...

Movie Review: “Frozen”

Anders Norberg, Online Editorial Editor

March 10, 2014

Filed under Opinion

With the temperature in Maryland being lower than in Alaska, it's nice to escape the tundra of Bethesda by catching a movie.  I would suggest going to see Disney's "Frozen." "Frozen" has been the top of the box office for a whil...

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