FSB Young Republicans

Ben Burgunder, Online Editor

April 18, 2017

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As Donald Trump settles into his role as president, the Friends School of Baltimore community, like the rest of the country, remains divided after a turbulent election year. On the morning of  November eighth, less than 24 hours afte...

Improving Sexuality Education

Julianne McFarland, Writer

April 18, 2017

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Following several reports of sexual assault in our school this year, one recurring question seems to keep arising from the students: What is the administration going to do about it? Maggie Giblin has an answer. Maggie, alo...

Strategic Planning at Friends

Max Rollfinke, Editor-in-Chief

April 18, 2017

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Every seven to ten years, Friends School students, faculty, staff, administrators, trustees, and parents come together to participate in a lengthy process of strategic planning. The end goal is to create a document outlining ...

Ask Rick

Rick, International Rick of Mystery

February 19, 2017

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Dear Rick, Where have you been?! Your advice is the only thing that gets me through life. Never leave us again! From, a friend   Dear friend,    We are very sorry that our short vacation has so negatively affected y...

The Front Page

The Front Page

February 19, 2017

Russian for Fun Outreach

Ryan Hardy, Community Editor

January 15, 2017

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Russian for Fun has been an yearly affair at Friends for the past ten years. Lower School students come to Ms. Roby’s room twice a week to learn and do small group activities in Russian. For the Friends community, this has not...

An Actress’s Review of The Crucible

Genesis Williamson, Writer

January 15, 2017

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In October, Mr. Oppel announced the fall play would be The Crucible by Arthur Miller. This play is notoriously dismal and depressing, a theme made apparent by just the title. Keeping up with the tradition, the fall plays are a...

Review: Let Them Know You Are Here

Jonathan Keegan, Staff Photographer

January 15, 2017

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We Were Here by Matt de la Peña is a book in which we watch an adolescent white-latino realize and accept himself. The book focuses on the period directly following his incarceration in a group home. The reason for his placem...

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