Month: March 2022
“The Batman” Movie Review
Podcast by: Maria Emmons and Ryan Bean
Image courtesy of: Google
School Lunch Review
Story by: Leila Shawel
Image Courtesy of: Leila Shawel
You’re in your 4th period class with a rumbling stomach waiting for the lunch bell to ring. After what seems like ages, you finally hear the ding of the bell indicating that it’s now time to rush to the lunchroom. Lined up eager to see what’s in store and what might fill your hungry stomach. You end up in front of the door to the cafeteria and smell the enticing aroma of whatever might be for lunch today. “What would you like today?” you’re asked. A tray of food is given to you, then seated at a table with a group of friends, you take off your mask and take the magical first bite of lunch. Your hunger is finally satisfied.
Turning Red (2022) Review
Story by: Abygail Atim
Image Courtesy of: Pixar
2022 Ravens And NFL Free Agency signings/Trades So Far
Lawson Mungo Staff Reporter 25 March 2022 Ravens/Big NFL Free Agent Signings/Trades so Far 3/23/22 Ravens Signings So Far!!! The Baltimore Ravens (the best team) have made some big moves so far this off season. […]
What’s Abuzz in Baltimore: Snazzy Sights and Savory Delights Around Maryland
Story by: Shifa Shaikh
Image courtesy of: Shifa Shaikh
While, outwardly, the modest state of Maryland doesn’t seem to offer much, by diving deep into its history you’ll discover a number of distinctive locations worth visiting.
Atholton’s Student Woman Engineers Club
The Atholton SWE competed in a Rube Goldberg Machine Contest. Watch this amazing video below!
Family: The Key to a Successful Basketball Team
Image Courtesy: Atholton Sports
Written By: Sophie Saunders and Neve Schulmeyer
Atholton High School JROTC
Story by: Maria Emmons
Image Courtesy of: JROTC
“The mission of the JROTC program is to motivate students to be better citizens and in consort of that we also focus on leadership training and character development,” said Col. Reinhart, the Senior Army instructor for the JROTC program at Atholton.
Black History Month is Good, but Not Perfect.
“Black History Month has inherent value because it grants Black people rare positive visibility. However, the month has faced criticism for a number of reasons.”