Local Bishop Commits Fatal Hit and Run

Atlas Pyke

February 8, 2015

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On December 27, 2014, fifty-eight year old Heather Cook hit forty-one year old cyclist Thomas Palermo. It was 2 PM on a sunny afternoon, but Cook was driving intoxicated. However, instead of staying with the victim and calling...

Modern Non-violent Protesters in More Danger than Predecessors

Kira Barret, Layout Editor

February 8, 2015

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In lower school, my teacher Mrs. Sieck read us stories of nonviolent protests against segregation; about brave people who risked their lives to stand up for what they believed in. Today, I have actually seen protests similar to...

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Wintertime

December 12, 2014

Christmas Overload

Christmas Overload

December 9, 2014

Winter Weather Forecast

Winter Weather Forecast

December 9, 2014

Find Your Holiday Cheer

Find Your Holiday Cheer

December 9, 2014

An Enticing Election

Kira Barrett, Arts and Culture Editor

October 24, 2014

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The Maryland Gubernatorial elections are coming up soon, and the first traditional televised debate between republican candidate Larry Hogan and democratic candidate Anthony Brown occurred October 7th. Although democrats outnumber...

Another College Visit to Boston

Alex Kaplan

October 23, 2014

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I had never been to Boston, and I figured this trip served both as a bit of touristy experience and an introduction to the archetype of the college visit among the idyllically color flushed streets of New England. More than that...

California Drought on the Brink of Crisis

Jane Sartwell

October 23, 2014

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Cody Creighton hasn’t showered for weeks, and he is planning to go months and months without a single shower. He is taking on this challenge because of the devastating drought in California. It’s the worst drought in the state...

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