The Black & White

Protein bars, not candy bars

By Shayna Barbash

September 29, 2009


Filed under Blogs, Feature

Many students wonder on a daily basis:  what exactly is the best recovery meal after a hard workout or taxing physical event?  While there’s no magic trick to building muscle food intake, certain combinations of exercise and energy allow for the maximal benefit from a workout.  Read More »...

Homecoming fashion tips

By Kirstin Baglien

September 28, 2009


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Homecoming is one of the biggest events in a high school student’s life, and this year is no exception.  Whether you’re on a budget or willing to spend extravagantly, you’ll be able to look your best with these tips. Read More »...

Spotted: the romper

By Lindsey Galego

September 25, 2009


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Students wearing rompers have been spotted.  In the school, in Vogue—even Jennifer Lopez designed her own romper as part of her fashion line, JLO.  Read More »...

Anna Maria Perez de Tagle chats about “Fame”

By Julia Dane

September 21, 2009


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The celebrated music and dances from the 1980 film, “Fame,” has returned to the big-screen in the 2009 remake that comes to theaters Sept. 25. The Black & White, along with other high school newspapers, caught up with cast member Anna Maria Perez de Tagle (Hannah Montana, Camp Rock) to chat abou...

Take a mental break, check out some upcoming movies

By Shahana Lal

September 19, 2009


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Stressed out from all the back-to-school rigor? Take a break and relax with these upcoming movies: Read More »...

Breakfast continues to have its benefits

By Shayna Barbash

September 18, 2009


Filed under Blogs, Feature

 With school in full swing and mounds of homework pilings up, students say goodbye to waking up to the afternoon sun and hello to a 6:10 a.m. alarm. Read More »...

Inglourious Basterds: So gruesome, it’s funny

By Eleanor Katz

September 17, 2009


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*By Tim Freeman* Quentin Tarantino strikes again with his new film “Inglourious Basterds,” another high-action, violent and gloriously entertaining movie straight from his dangerously imaginative mind. The flick revolves around a bloodthirsty and vengeful group of Jewish-Americans wreaking havoc ...

Clayboy retires, but business won’t melt

By Jamie Norwood

September 16, 2009


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*By Jamie Norwood* The vibrant cart stocked with colorful bottles of flavors like “tiger’s blood,” cotton candy and blue-raz are bound to satisfy Bethesda residents’ cool cravings on any hot summer day. Customers will soon notice a change, however, in the Bethesda staple when co-owner John Styer retires an...

Teching in with John Son: Google and Apple release new goods

By John Son

September 16, 2009


Filed under Blogs, Feature

Newly released technology from Google and Microsoft hints at what communication and social networking could be like 20 years from now. Read More »...

Spanish royals move to Bethesda

By Nalini Tata

September 15, 2009


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Spanish royal Princess Infanta Cristina and her family recently moved to Bethesda. Photo courtesy of Hola Magazine.The Bethesda community is known as the backyard of national politics—a stone’s throw away from the most important establishments in the country. Read More »...

Chatting with new teachers

By Surbhi Agrawal

September 15, 2009


Filed under Feature

*Sahil Ansari* Wondering who those new faces around the school are? The Black & White sits down with some of this year’s new teachers who share their deepest, darkest secrets with Whitman. Read More »...

Eminem and Mariah’s war of words escalates

By Jenny Baldwin

September 14, 2009


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*By Julia Dane* Rapper Eminem has never censored the words that come out of his mouth before, and he definitely isn’t doing it now. Notorious for bashing celebrities and causing controversy through rhyme on his albums, Eminem seems to have found a new victim: singer Mariah Carey. Rea...