Syrian Refugee Crisis

Atlas Pyke, News and Features Editor

As the Syrian Civil War displaces thousands of innocent lives per day, many European countries are being quickly overwhelmed. The Civil War, which began in 2011, is current...  Read More »

September 30, 2015

Stock Market Selloff

Max Rollfinke, Layout Editor

Throughout late August and early September, the international stock market plummeted, wiping out all gains that had previously been made in 2015.  This market selloff was...  Read More »

September 30, 2015


Republican Primary Candidates: Who to Watch

September 30, 2015

It is a long way to Iowa from here, but can Trump win the Republican Party nomination? Historically, a good way to determine whether a Republican primary candidate is likely to earn the...  Read More »

Planned Parenthood Video A Sham

September 30, 2015

Planned Parenthood, a self-stated “provider and advocate of high-quality, affordable healthcare for women, men, and young people”, has recently been accused of selling fetal tissue...  Read More »

Study Shows Destructive Impacts of Housing Discrimination

September 30, 2015

As Baltimore strives to heal from the events of last Spring, many people are trying to understand what caused the anger and frustration felt by so many Baltimore residents. A recent s...  Read More »

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Where Did the Oriole Magic Go?

Jake Schindler, Sports Editor

In August, the Baltimore Orioles looked like a team that could win the AL East and go to the playoffs. This time last year, the Orioles had already clinched the AL East di...  Read More »

September 30, 2015


NFL Statistics

September 29, 2015

AFC North [4] Ravens (11-5) Steelers (9-7) Bengals (9-7) Browns (2-14) East [3] Patriots (11-5) Dolphins (9-7) Bills (6-10) ...  Read More »

Cross Country Craze

September 29, 2015

When most people think of popular high school sports, they think of football, basketball, soccer, or lacrosse. But that is not the case at Fri...  Read More »


FSB Tennis

June 11, 2015

The Friends School Tennis team had an interesting season this year. I think it is very safe to say that this was a rebuilding year, so you can...  Read More »

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Why We Need To Keep Talking, But Change The Conversation

Nina Dietz, Online Editor

Okay, let me start off by stating the obvious; I am white. But that doesn’t mean that I don’t care about race. I have spent my whole life feeling guilty about the privil...  Read More »

October 1, 2015

No Time To Eat

September 30, 2015

Let me first start off by saying that this is article is the definition of first world problems. By the title you've probably de...  Read More »

What Makes a Class Good?

September 30, 2015

You could actually feel the nerves,  the butterflies not only in our stomachs but overflowing into the stuffy heat. By t...  Read More »

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