By: Esra Mahgoub
“Art is the beauty of this world. Stepping aside from politics, religion, and war, art is what people should focus on; not the next iPhone model, or the new Game of Thrones. The development of prominent people has led to a state where art is less appreciated, less relevant. Be one who creates beauty in this world. Create Art” Continue reading “Meet Irina: The Life of a Teenage Entrepreneur”
By Breeon Estermeyer
Joining a band is like joining the circus, so pack up your things and get ready for the time of your life. Disclaimer: A small portion of your soul must be sold for the full experience. Continue reading “Wildcats explain: Being in a band”
My third eye has been opened and no, it is not because of water fluoridation . If you haven’t seen Jaden Smith’s tweets prepare yourself to find your inner zen. Continue reading “An eye-opening interpretation of Jaden Smith’s Tweets”
Project Affinity is a service-based organization that assists those in need, in and around the D.C, Maryland, and Virginia areas. At least once a month, I, along with a group of others, prepared, cooked, and distributed boxes of food and drinks to local shelters and individuals found nearby. In the fall, Project Affinity holds an annual Winter Clothing Drive, collecting donations of coats, hats, gloves, and even socks throughout the season. Then, in mid-December, the group heads to the nation’s capital, home to more than 11,000 homeless citizens, to distribute the contributions.
Continue reading “Project Affinity: A reflection on community service”
By Jeff Hankins
Firefighting is the riskiest of all dead-end jobs.
Continue reading “Wildcats Explain: Firefighting”
By Esra Mahgoub
Photography isn’t just a click of a button. It’s a race against time.
Continue reading “Wildcats Explain: Photography”
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”
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)”
By Lexi Galuska
As I sat in a kayak with my sister nearby, I turned to her and announced: “I am declaring war on jellyfish.”
Continue reading “The War on Jellyfish”
By Rachel Heller and Esra Mahgoub
“I did the march, the Women’s March, the day after the inauguration, as part of a statement that the policies of the Trump administration were not representing the interests that I felt were most important for the country. Continue reading “Humans of Arundel: Ms. Heeney”