Arundel Volleyball honored the seniors in their last regular season home game last Friday, October 20, 2017 against Notre Dame prep. The Senior class of 2018 consists of #2 Kate Hofer, #3 Nia Smith, #6 Chyna Gubbings, #8 Sydney Sheppard, #13 Taylor Wigglesworth, and #14 Alicia Eldredge. Arundel played only seniors in their 25-10 first set victory over Notre Dame prep. In the next two sets, Arundel went on to win 25-12 and 25-16 to complete the sweep.
After coming off of a close 5 set victory against South River, Arundel looked to beat Broadneck in a swiftly fashion. The Wildcats did just that in their sweep against the Bruins last Tuesday and advance to a record of 11-0. Arundel started off strong with an early 25-13 victory in the first set, and ended up winning the second set 25-22, and the third set 25-15.
When the name Adam Sandler is brought up, there are three possible responses that occur: 1. Omg! I love him he’s the best! 2. *disappointed sigh* or 3. How could you like such an untalented and unfunny person?
In response to the shift from academic to social use of Pride Period, Gina Davenport, principal of Arundel High School, has established a new schedule for the 2017-2018 school year, prompting both praise and disapproval. The vast majority of students have been on the opposition, expressing their frustrations towards the shorter Pride Period interval amongst themselves, on social media, and in an online petition. Continue reading “New Pride Period schedule garners mixed reactions”→
In previous years at Arundel, marching band has been a relatively strong ensemble- notably taking 4th place at a national championship back in 2014. Yet, this season, nearly everything has been taken to another level. The 2017 program, Daredevil, is already a display filled with promise- and I’m confident that those who’ve witnessed it so far will agree.
On Sunday night, the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas became the scene for a mass shooting. The sound of upbeat country music was replaced by that of rapid gunfire and screams of the victims from the massacre. The gunfire from Stephen Paddock, 64, injured more than 500 people, including Tina Frost, a 2008 graduate of Arundel high school.Continue reading “Tina Frost: Arundel alum is victim of Las Vegas massacre”→