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Wildcats explain: Being in a band

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”

An eye-opening interpretation of Jaden Smith’s Tweets


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”

Baltimore Brigade and Washington Valor bring Arena Football to DMV Area

By Jordan Johnson

It’s your classic game of American Football. Throwing, hitting, scoring and all the same exciting plays. There’s just one catch: you’re inside. Continue reading “Baltimore Brigade and Washington Valor bring Arena Football to DMV Area”

Wizards, Bulls,and Cavs all up 2-0 in playoff series

By Jordan Johnson

The Wizards played Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Hawks at Verizon Center and the home crowd propelled them to 109-101 win over the Hawks. Continue reading “Wizards, Bulls,and Cavs all up 2-0 in playoff series”

Newk’s eatery Waugh Chapel: A fresh take on salad


By Isaiah Freeman

Newk’s eatery is tucked away in Gambrills Maryland sitting next to the Navy Federal Bank off of route 3 in the Waugh Chapel. Dan Newcomb founded Newk’s in 2004. Newk’s sells anything and everything from pizza to Sandwiches to salads to wraps. Walking into Newk’s eatery you are greeted by the smiles and pleasant voices of the high school-aged cashiers just trying to make an extra buck before college. As you walk through the eatery, you’re hit with the warm feeling of upbeat indie rock music and walls resembling the evening rush; painted in crimson red, yellow, and orange. The ambient lighting is extremely inviting, along with the exceptional service from the workers, this is definitely a place that you would like to bring your friends and stay awhile.

What I ordered was a chicken salad and I topped it off with the roundtable breadsticks, extra virgin olive oil, and parmesan cheese. I also had ranch dressing off to the side just in case I needed to save my taste-buds.

First Bite Impression:

Very good, all the ingredients tasted so fresh and so lush the salad didn’t need ranch dressing. It’s a literal sensation of freshness. Although the chicken taste hit me at the back of my throat, it is not as overpowering like other chicken salads. However the croutons are tough and heavy, I’m more of a light and delicate crouton guy. When I added the ranch dressing it became apparent that this dressing was not the average hidden valley, in fact it surpassed the taste of hidden valley ranch dressing. The taste is subtle but voluptuous, creamy and moderately thick in which it glides through the crevices of your salad.

Portion Sizes:

The size of the chicken salad was very substantial. I’m a one-hundred seventy-five pound guy and I felt pretty full when I left the eatery.

What I did not like:

The chicken to lettuce ratio may as well have looked like the teacher to student ratio at a big college. I found myself trying to spread my chicken sparingly throughout my salad but my efforts were in vein seeing that I had a considerable amount of lettuce.


8 out of 10, I recommend spending your next lunch outing at Newk’s indulging in their great-tasting chicken salad.

Humans of Arundel: Mrs. Brooks

By Rachel Heller and Esra Mahgoub

“[My farm] was in  Northern Baltimore County. We had three acres; we had goats, steers, horses, and chickens. Continue reading “Humans of Arundel: Mrs. Brooks”

Varsity Softball off to 4-1 start after win vs Chesapeake

By Jordan Johnson

The Wildcats Varsity softball team is off to great start especially after a 10-3 win vs Chesapeake yesterday Continue reading “Varsity Softball off to 4-1 start after win vs Chesapeake”

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”

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””

Theater students put in hard work to prepare Les Misérables

By Katelyn Shibilski


Les Misérables is perhaps one of the most popular musicals in history; the London production of the show is the world’s longest running show, the musical has won over 140 professional awards including Tonys and a Grammy, and it has been translated into 22 languages. Usually people have to travel to New York City to see the show done, but for a limited time the students of Arundel High School will be performing it. Continue reading “Theater students put in hard work to prepare Les Misérables”