Friends School Mock Trial

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Kira Barrett, Writer
April 30, 2014

This year’s mock trial results were interesting to say in the least. The Friends School team was undefeated until the semi-finals and lost to a first year team. We lost to Bryn Mawr, a team who had just started competing this season. How is this possible? Well, Mock Trial is not as simple as other... Read more »

Frendz Skool Compliments Reflection


Lauren Eller, Writer
April 28, 2014

A few months ago, the Friends School community was witness to the fall of its Facebook compliments page. Though named “Frendz Skool Compliments” in order to dissociate itself with the institution, it catered specifically to the student body and thus was invariably connected to Friends School. The... Read more »

What is Lateral Repatriation?

Clarissa Martin, Opinion Editor
April 28, 2014

The US border is 1,969 miles long. One-third of this distance is fenced, the other two-thirds, populated area. The fence runs through the desert, and varies in size- sometimes to keep people out and sometimes to keep cars out. First built in 1909 to keep infested cattle out, the border was fortified... Read more »

Surviving the Dining Hall


Troi Barbour, Writer
April 28, 2014

Congratulations! We’ve made it through our first semester of high school. We may be acing geometry or the top of your Calculus class, but we’re probably not quite the master of the cafeteria. Little did you know there are actually rules for being a model dining- haller. Of course they aren’t plastered... Read more »



February 17, 2014

Alternatives to FNB


Steve McManus
February 17, 2014

An Inside Look at Senate


Katrina Keegan
February 17, 2014

The Friends School Senate is the opposite of the U.S. Senate. The senators at Friends are strikingly collected, friendly, polite and functional. Another major difference between the senates in the Blauvelt Room and in the Capitol is that, until recently, ours operated with virtually no commentary or... Read more »

Attention All Artists


Maria Park
February 17, 2014

You have probably heard of the plan for the building of the new auditorium scheduled to start this coming June. Way back when on December 20th, Mr. Micciche sent us an email outlining the wonderful things to come in the fall of 2015. The goal is “to transform the Forbush Auditorium into a state-of-the-art... Read more »



Julia Pascale, Writer and Opinions Section Editor
February 17, 2014

In a society wherein adults are constantly pressing teenagers to get their faces out of screens, why would our very own school give us a new device in which we may consume ourselves? Friends School of Baltimore has decided to initiate a program in which each student in the Upper School will receive a... Read more »

Moustache Madness


Lauren Eller
February 17, 2014

Hidden among the faculty at the Friends School of Baltimore, there is a man revered by all for his awe-inspiring facial hair. That man is English teacher Tom Buck with his renowned moustache. While the story of said moustache’s origin has sadly been lost to time, there are very few who have witnessed... Read more »