Month: February 2019
Let’s Talk Politics… At A Better Time
Have you ever sat down casually to watch the Oscars, a time for celebration of the finest cinematic achievements of the year, then feel disappointed when the host breaks out into political grandstanding?
By Kaodi Gerry-Ofor Staff Reporter Some say that the best part of every theater production is none other than the technical aspects. However, more often than admitted, the tech magicians behind all forms of entertainment […]
Superintendent Makes Big Changes in Proposed 2019 Budget
Superintendent proposes increases to mental health programs and staff benefits.
Isn’t It Romantic: A Rom-Com Unlike Any Other
Rebecca Leger Staff Reporter February 21, 2019 Isn’t it Romantic falls outside the lines of what a typical romantic comedy is about, which adds to its absolute brilliance. It’s funny, witty, and full of emotion. […]
Should Presidents’ Day still be considered a holiday?
Have you ever asked yourself, why do we have President’s Day off? Well, you are not alone as this “holiday” is considered a national holiday, but do people really celebrate this day like the other true holidays that they do observe or do they just take this particular day in the year as a free day off from work or school.
Winter Dance Concert 2019
Staff Reporter Jaylynn Floyd February 19th, 2019 Silence fell over the crowd. The curtains parted and the stage was soon filled with dancers kicking, dropping, and spinning all over the place. 2019 started off with […]
Winter Sports Records
Atholton winter sports record updated weekly
Atholton Boys Basketball Beats Rival Reservoir For The Second Time This Season 55-47
What happened at Friday night’s Reservoir vs. Atholton game.
POMS, Putting the Hospitality Back Into Competition
The Atholton POMS team hosted its first competition here at Atholton on February 2nd, but with some major key differences than one might expect from the competition.
Student Spotlight: Andy Boulle
As his first website didn’t make the leap he was expecting, he decided to take his talents to a new project, “NoodleBeat,” a music streaming platform that he coded himself.