Tag: feature

The Teaching Academy of Maryland

Story by: Quinny Boyle
Image courtesy of: Ms. Johnson-Rolle

Teachers vs Students Music Taste

Written By: Maria Emmons Rap, Country, Pop, Rock, the ongoing debate… What is the best genre of music? Between students and teachers at Atholton, what are the differences in their music taste?  Are there differences?  […]

Hairspray Offers New Opportunities for Students

Ayo Awofeso Staff Reporter 4 February 2022 It could be something about the lights. Maybe hearing the cheers of the audience, or being on the stage high above the ground. One way or another, every […]

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. […]

Atholton’s Class of 2021: High School and Beyond

As Atholton’s seniors prepare for college and future success after graduation, they reflect on their experiences during high school and the college admissions process.

Story by: Ryen Eley
Photo Courtesy of: @hcpss_ahs on Twitter

AHS Marching Band Goes Digital

Gabriel Schauf Staff Reporter 1 December 2020 Neal readied his mallets. He waited, patiently, for that 8th beat to start playing. “5, 6, 7, 8.” The metronome continues, and his mallets follow along. The run […]

Struggles Facing Dance, Choir, and Piano Classes Online

Story By: Tianna Wilson
Photo Courtesy of: Brenda Jaramillo

Fish Out of Water: Social Butterfly Goes Lone Wolf

Anyone who has ever talked to me can tell that I am very social and typically do not go out by myself. However, I decided that I would try and change that since I will be on my own in college starting this fall.