Boy’s Lacrosse

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Will Davis, Opinions Editor, Writer
April 11, 2012

The Boys Varsity Lacrosse team has started off the 2012 season strong after winning the 2011 MIAA B Conference Championship last spring. NCAA and US Lacrosse Hall of Fame inductee Tom Marechek took over the head coaching position this season. Seventeen players return from last year’s team including... Read more »

Tucker as a Child

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Hannah Meshulam, Opinions Editor, Copy Editor
April 11, 2012

Chances are, at some point in your life (maybe the first day of camp, or orientation), someone has told you to share your name, and an interesting fact about yourself. For me, this statement went something along the lines of: “I’m Hannah, and…” At that point, and I’m sure many of you can... Read more »

Eurovision

Eurovision

Sarah Miller, Writer
April 11, 2012

From the channel that brings us shows like ‘Doctor Who’ (Shout out to all Whovians), ‘Sherlock’, and ‘Top Gear’, BBC also broadcasts my favorite show: Eurovision. With a record as of one of the longest running programs in the world, Eurovision is unmistakably rooted into European culture,... Read more »

Is Nothing New?

Natalie Williams, Writer
April 11, 2012

I saw this headline in the side bar of a magazine once, and thought to myself: Finally! Someone else has noticed! These miniature columns displayed a particular trend from decades ago that seemed to have reoccurred. This theme of cyclical fashions has been bothering me for some time now. Around the end... Read more »

New Music

Tucker Glotzbach, Writer
April 11, 2012

Odd Future Tape, Vol. 2 – Odd Future Odd Future has come out with their first album, and if you know Odd Future’s music, it is exactly what you would expect. For those of you who don’t, Odd Future is a rap group based out of Ladera, California who some have said are the next Wu-Tang Clan. Tracks... Read more »

How to Ruin Your Life in Seven Minutes

Mia Merrill, Layout Editor, Writer
April 11, 2012

Inspired by Huffington Post’s ‘How to Ruin Your Life in Fourteen Minutes’ Did you know that with just one click of a mouse, you can essentially ruin your life? Of course you did. You’ve been warned about the looming dangers of the web since the good old days of e-mail and AIM.... Read more »

You know you’re a 90’s kid if:

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Kristen Johnson, Writer, Copy Editor
April 11, 2012

• You used to throw plastic McDonald’s kids meal pokemon balls around screaming “gotta catch em’ all!” • Courage the Cowardly Dog used to thoroughly creep you out. • You used to clean up with Molly on the Big Comfy Couch. • You used to sympathize with the foreign teenage plights of Brace... Read more »

A Chat with Ms Fetter

Clarissa Martin, Writer
April 11, 2012

While free from the challenging equations often worked into her various math classes, Ms. Fetter sets aside some time for Sunday relaxation. Upon waking up on a chilly winter morning, Ms. Fetter first looks to her cheerios, grapefruit, and orange juice for a morning jumpstart.  After some quality reading... Read more »

An Ode to Tom Buck

Lizzy Banta, News and Features Editor
April 11, 2012

Now this is the story all about how your pen got flipped, thrown upside down, And I’d like to take a minute, just sit right there, I’ll tell you how you how you became the king of a blue rolling chair. In charm city, Baltimore, born and raised At Gilman school, is where you spent most of your days Chilling... Read more »

Arguing Miranda

Jordan Hartman, Guest Writer
April 11, 2012

The following is a case that was recently argued in Mock Trial. Thanks to Jordan Hartman for collecting these statements to the court. Petitioner :      The Constitution guarantees everyone the right to counsel and the 5th Amendment guarantees a person’s right to remain silent. These rights become... Read more »