Lebbie’s Team: who won the week in soccer?

 

By Omar Lebbie

The following will be a weekly segment where I will present the players who performed the best this week in the world of soccer.

neuerGoalkeeper- Manuel Neuer Continue reading “Lebbie’s Team: who won the week in soccer?”

Women’s History Month Q&A: The female teachers of Arundel High School weigh in

By Rachel Heller

In honor of Women’s History Month, the female teachers of Arundel convene to discuss standing up for your rights, discrimination, contributions of women, and hopes for the future. Continue reading “Women’s History Month Q&A: The female teachers of Arundel High School weigh in”

Wizards in fight for 2nd seed, poised for deep playoff run

By Jordan Johnson

The Washington Wizards, led by Guards John Wall and Bradley Beal, are having an excellent season and are poised for a playoff run under 1st year coach Scott Brooks. Continue reading “Wizards in fight for 2nd seed, poised for deep playoff run”

Arundel plans school-wide high five wave as part of AACPS “Be Nice” Challenge

Friday, March 17th, students and staff from Arundel High School will be participating in a high five wave as part of the AACPS “Be Nice” challenge. Continue reading “Arundel plans school-wide high five wave as part of AACPS “Be Nice” Challenge”

School cancelled Tuesday; two hour delay Wednesday

 

Anne Arundel County Public Schools announced that schools will be closed Tuesday with forecasts calling for a snow storm. The county announced the cancellation with statements via their website, social media, and an automated call. Reactions on social media ranged from relieved to jubilant.

The county’s statement included language making it clear that no decisions have been made regarding Wednesday, but laid out an “if” possibility.  Continue reading “School cancelled Tuesday; two hour delay Wednesday”

Arundel High School student government to hold first annual spring dance (updated)

 

By Briana Mercado

Update: Due to scheduling difficulties the dance has been postponed to April 7th, 2017 from 7:00pm -10:00pm.

Gambrills, MD- The Arundel Student Government Association (SGA) class of 2018 and 2019 is holding its first annual spring dance, the theme being spring fling, in order to fund their respective proms. Continue reading “Arundel High School student government to hold first annual spring dance (updated)”

Woodhead signing great for Ravens

By Jordan Johnson

As the NFL  free agency period begins there have been a lot of big name signing, but the one that will really pay dividends is Danny Woodhead to the Baltimore Ravens. Continue reading “Woodhead signing great for Ravens”

NAHS students selected to paint mural for city of Odenton

By: Esra Mahgoub     

A group of students of the National Art Honor Society (NAHS), have been selected to paint a series of murals of Odenton commemorating its past, present, and future, and is scheduled to be displayed in front of a construction site on Rt. 170 by the end of the school year. Continue reading “NAHS students selected to paint mural for city of Odenton”

Basketball season ends after losses against Old Mill

By Jordan Johnson

The Wildcat boy’s and girls seasons ended last week after 2nd round playoff losses at the hands of Old Mill. Continue reading “Basketball season ends after losses against Old Mill”

Class of 2018 and 2019 plans dance fundraiser “Spring Fling”

By Rachel Heller

On March 17th from 7-10pm, the class of 2018 and 2019 will host a St. Patrick’s Day themed dance, titled “Spring Fling,” in the cafeteria in hopes of raising money towards prom and graduation. Continue reading “Class of 2018 and 2019 plans dance fundraiser “Spring Fling””