By Natalie Adams
On Wednesday, October 4th, Arundel high school art teacher Jennifer Rolfsness’ AP 2D and honors 3 2D art students visited visual artist John Bodkin’s art studio in Gambrills, MD to learn about pursuing a career in art. Continue reading “Arundel art students visit artist John Bodkin’s studio”
By Rachel Heller and Maddie McLean
On December 1st, Arundel High School announced their school-based decision mandating seniors of 2018 and future years to wear single-color green gowns for graduation. Arundel’s policy has been put in motion by Principal Gina Davenport to emphasize school-wide unification.
Continue reading “Arundel adopts new single-color graduation gown policy, faces controversy”
By Aubrey Bacon
My decision to go on the recent school trip to China was abrupt and out of my character. I don’t know what sparked my sudden certainty that i just had to go to China but whatever it was, I’m glad it happened. Having never left the country prior to this trip, I was slightly nervous about the flight. The longest flight I had ever been on, and the only flight I might add, was a flight from BWI to JAX airport in Florida which took less than two hours. The flight from Dulles to Beijing however was a whopping 14 hours, so it was a drastic difference to what I had been exposed to before. Continue reading “A trip to China: the journey of a lifetime”
By Jaime Abdu Na Man Sa
2017 has been plagued by a seemingly endless procession of tragedies. Even for those unaffected by the year’s events, the feelings of loss and sorrow are still palpable.
Continue reading “A calamitous year: rising above the rubble of 2017”
By Rachel Heller
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While Arundel Senior Journey Brown-Saintel won’t be casting spells or attending Hogwarts anytime soon, she and many other students in her community are more similar to fictional wizard Harry Potter than one may realize. Continue reading “Wildcats with Wands combats the real-life Voldemort behind emotional abuse”
By Will Schubert and Connor Haynie
As the season comes to a close the Arundel Football program looks back at their phenomenal 2017 season. The Wildcats had players that put up astounding numbers, as well as having players that are considered to be some of the best players within the county and possibly the state.
Continue reading “Arundel Football 2017 by the Numbers”
By Tay Cheema
You might be familiar with astrology or horoscopes—maybe even zodiac signs. You might also know that astrologers believe that the positioning of the stars and planets affects a person’s character. Ultimately, astrology and zodiac signs are based off of theories, opinions, and stereotypes. Your zodiac sign is perceived as an essence of your personality determined by your birth month. It may sound like an absurd concept, but to the vast majority of the current generation, astrology is a captivating idea. Continue reading “Views on astrology in modern-day society”
By Connor Haynie
The Arundel Volleyball team beat the Eleanor Roosevelt Raiders in a three set sweep, late Thursday night.
Continue reading “Arundel Volleyball extinguishes Eleanor Roosevelt in state semifinal match up”
By Natalie Adams
On Wednesday, November 8, Arundel astronomy and physics students went on a field trip to the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, to learn about the new telescope and careers within the agency. Continue reading “Arundel science students go to NASA”
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By Laura Bonnington
With a month to go before The Last Jedi hits theaters, it’s time to get excited! Continue reading “Five Arundel students share what they’re most excited for in The Last Jedi”