All posts by Imani Smith

A Splash of Color and Kindness for our Security Officer

Visual art is something that can be created in many different ways. Mediums such as dance, photography, and painting all express different things to various people. At Atholton, there are a multitude of outlets through courses and clubs, for students to pour out their creative ideas. While enjoying what they love to do, artsy students also have the ability to connect with people by contributing to the community around them. Recently, Atholton’s security officer in particular, Officer Guizzotti, became one of their biggest supporters.

Making History in Howard County: the Lost Slave Files

Imani Smith Staff Reporter 6 June 2022     The classroom was dimly lit. Only the light from the rickety projector illuminated the space. On the screen was a list of the names of slaves and […]

Introducing Non-Binary Artists in the Music Industry

Story by: Imani Smith
Image Courtesy of: Google

As pop culture continues to change and expand, many minorities are still struggling to break through into mainstream media. How commonly is there a non-binary person in a show or movie? Gender non-conforming, along with transgender people, have been fighting for their rights for decades. Even though progress has been made to represent LGBTQ+ Americans, there is still a long way to go within the entertainment and music industries. Although, non-binary artists such as Evann McIntosh, Dreamer Isioma, and Ashnikko, are figures who can effectively bring light to their community.

Comfort VS Style: a Dive Into Fashion at Atholton

Imani Smith Image courtesy of: Emilyn Woodworth Staff reporter 21 December 2021 Entering high school often means exploring your interests and figuring out who you want to be and how you want to be perceived. […]