Young girl battles leukemia;

EDITORIAL

October 23, 2013

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Sarah Hershberger is a normal ten year old from Ohio with imagination and dreams just like the rest of the young girls in the world. But, one obstacle she is overcoming is facing a demanding illness - leukemia. A cancer that quickly...

The unsung hero always arrives

Editoral

October 23, 2013

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

  Shock advised. Shocking. Shock advised. Shocking. Your heart has stopped and you are lying on the floor, your  last few moments coming to an end. Eyes are closing and you think that this is the end. Shock advised, shocking....

Attention teachers…

Hailey Miller, Reporter

October 23, 2013

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Hey teachers, if you were wondering why students don’t do their homework, here’s the reason.     Some students will tell you that you it’s because they are too busy.  Some will tell you they just don’t care. But rea...

Harvard vs. HCC: price against quality

ALEXIS LYTTLE, Reporter

September 24, 2013

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Straight A students participating in the most prestigious clubs and sports could have their choice of any college in the United States. So why do some choose a community college versus an ivy league like Harvard?     Price plays...

New bus schedule reroutes student plans

Katie Bemb, Reporter

September 24, 2013

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

  This year, many Harford County students’ bus routes have been completely redesigned. While many students are having to adjust to the changes, high schoolers involved in magnet programs outside of their district are experien...

He Said

Wade McCartin, Reporter

September 24, 2013

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

   Imagine getting dragged out of bed at the crack of dawn, throwing yourself in the car with screaming children and riding for hours to an amusement park. It’s hot, sweaty and there are tons of people everywhere. Doesn...

Admissions process seems hypocritical

Cassidy Miller, Columnist

September 24, 2013

Filed under Opinion/Editorial, Uncategorized

      From personal experience, let me inform you that college searching is no easy task. Every morning when I wake up the only thing I can think about is being one day closer to missing an essential deadline. I now hav...

Faceless voices now welcome students into school

September 24, 2013

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

For two years, students and staff were welcomed each morning by the engaging banter, witty commentary, and compelling videos created by the broadcast journalism class.  This year, students are greeted by the nameless and faceless voi...

She said

Caitlin King, Sports Editor

September 24, 2013

Filed under Opinion/Editorial, Uncategorized

Imagine getting up at the crack of dawn, rolling out of bed, and jumping in the car. You’re headed to an amusement park where you get to ride roller coasters all day long, twice if you really want to. Doesn’t that sound like so m...

Students charged for school activities;

Viewpoint

September 24, 2013

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

     Free is free, right? Public schools have provided free education and free extracurricular activities for a greater portion of the 20th and 21st centuries. To date, education is still provided without charge, but no lo...

Opinion/Editorial