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Foodie Awards: Best burger

By Carolyn Freeman May 13, 2013

Now that the final days of school are upon us, everyone is ready to start celebrating the summer. As the nights of bonfires and days spent at music festivals begin, here’s a list of places that make...

Baseball team throws “Veteran’s Night” to honor military vets

By Carolyn Freeman May 1, 2013

Senior night is a special night for any athlete, but this year the baseball team threw a curveball into the ceremonies. Dubbed “Veteran’s Night,” the team worked in conjunction with the Wounded Warriors...

Junior wins $10,000 in essay competition

By Carolyn Freeman April 29, 2013

Junior Aras Scimemi won first place in the 2012 Junior Achievement Essay for Maryland, winning a $10,000 scholarship. The prompt Scimemi responded to asked how the country can readily and realistically...

Technicole: Technology humanized the Boston terrorists

By Carolyn Freeman April 25, 2013

The public response to last week’s tragedy in Boston demonstrates how technology and social media are changing the focus of terrorism, and in many ways humanizing its perpetrators. One of the many...

Viking Vogue: How to find the perfect pair of shorts

By Carolyn Freeman April 24, 2013

Spring has finally sprung. To go along with the sunshine and flowers emerging this month, it’s time for shorts to emerge from your closet again. But with so many different styles, it can be hard to know...

Mission South performs at Crawfish in New Orleans. Photo courtesy Mission South.

Alumni band is on a mission to success

By Carolyn Freeman April 24, 2013

Just after releasing its new EP, alumni band Mission South will continue its “Migration” around the country in the midst of its month-long tour. The band released its second EP “Migration Vol....

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“The Kings of Summer” is a unique coming of age movie

By Carolyn Freeman April 23, 2013

If you mixed “Superbad” with “Lord of the Flies” and then topped it off with some indie-flick lens flares, you’d probably end up with something like “The Kings of Summer,” coming out this...

Earth Day encourages supporting the environment

By Carolyn Freeman April 22, 2013

It may have been in the thirties when you woke up this morning, but that’s no reason not to celebrate! Today marks the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day – a day created to help mobilize worldwide environmental...

Washington sports update

By Carolyn Freeman April 17, 2013

Nationals: The Washington Nationals look to improve on last year’s first place NL East finish and trip to the playoffs. In the offseason the Nationals added Dan Haren to their pitching staff, widely...

Senior Ari Mandler earns opportunity to research in Israel

By Carolyn Freeman April 16, 2013

Senior Ari Mandler was selected in a competitive scholarship competition to research at the Technion University in Haifa, Israel, this summer. Mandler is one of 37 students across the world...

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