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Photo of the Day: March 22

Photo of the Day: March 22

By Scott Singer
March 22, 2015
Filed under Feature

Great Falls National Park, just over 10 minutes by car from school, offers majestic views of the Potomac River. The water levels in the river have increased due to snow melt. Photo by Scott Singer....

Photo of the Day: March 19

Photo of the Day: March 19

By Scott Singer
March 19, 2015
Filed under Feature

  Black & White juniors meet up at the arch in Washington Square during the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Journalism Conference. The writers are in New York through tomorrow. Photo by Louise Reynolds....

Photo of the Day: September 5

Photo of the Day: September 5

By Scott Singer
September 5, 2014
Filed under News

Nationals P Stephen Strasburg delivers a fastball in Friday's game against the Philadelphia Phillies. The Nationals are the talk of the hallways these days, as they enter into the final stretch of the regular season with the National League's best record. Photo by Scott Singer....

Photo of the Day: August 25

Photo of the Day: August 25

By Scott Singer
August 25, 2014
Filed under News

The sun rises this morning as the first day of school commences. Photo by Scott Singer....

Photo of the Day: August 21

Photo of the Day: August 21

By Scott Singer
August 21, 2014
Filed under News

Incoming freshman walk from class to class as part of Freshman Orientation. Students attended an abbreviated version of their schedule as part of the event, which took place 7:20-11:45 this morning. Photo by Scott Singer. ...

‘How I Met Your Mother’ finale deserves a slap in the face

By Scott Singer
April 2, 2014
Filed under Blogs

After years of suiting up, slap bets and saluting (it’s a general trend), “How I Met Your Mother” fans were ready to learn the answer to the mother of all questions: how exactly did Ted meet his wife? Read More »...

The Wikipedia experiment

By Scott Singer
March 30, 2014
Filed under Blogs, Opinion

We’ve all heard the rumors: it’s public, crowded and uncontrollable. No; it’s not the stands at a football game or an EDM concert--I’m talking about Wikipedia, a mainstay at the top of Google searches and a collection of over 30 million web pages. Read More »...

Alum charged for ricin possession at Georgetown

By Scott Singer
March 21, 2014
Filed under News

Updated Monday, March 24. Graduate Danny Milzman (’12), now a student at Georgetown University, was charged Friday afternoon with possession of the deadly chemical ricin after authorities discovered the substance in his dormitory room. Read More »...

Starr hosts roundtable discussion, MCPS to focus on widespread student achievement

Starr hosts roundtable discussion, MCPS to focus on widespread student achievement

By Scott Singer
March 3, 2014
Filed under News

MCPS will turn its attention to closing the achievement gap between schools by incentivizing veteran teachers to teach in schools with underperforming students, superintendent Joshua Starr told student journalists at a roundtable discussion last Monday. Read More »...

What we learned from Sochi

By Scott Singer
February 25, 2014
Filed under Blogs

Sochi’s Olympic torch may have been extinguished, but the games certainly fired up sports fans around the world. Before the press on Sochi cools down, let's look back at what we learned from the 2014 Winter Olympics: Read More »...

Spring and summer trips offer unique travel experience to students

By Scott Singer
February 6, 2014
Filed under Feature

Now that students are back from chilly Breckenridge, its time to focus on warmer destinations. Here's a preview of spring and summer trips available to students. Read More »...

Photo of the Day: February 2

By Scott Singer
February 2, 2014
Filed under Sports

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