By Amber Bartlett
As the 2019-2020 school year comes to a close, many are dawning back on the memories and experiences Arundel High School has forged upon us. One of these many people includes me, a senior who just happened to move here in her senior year. Due to my “newness,” I have been able to capture a specific perspective on the school year. I saw the school and its people with fresh eyes whose spirits I’ve tried to capture in my photography.
Continue reading “An interrupted year through the lens: Arundel’s graduating photo editor shares her favorite images from this school year and her parting thoughts”
Tune in this week for Arundel Tries to guess the prom dress price, Sports Recap, and Arundel Reacts!!
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By Jordan Johnson
Looking for something to do this summer? Check out our local minor league baseball team, the Bowie Baysox, the Double-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles. Continue reading “The Bowie Baysox provide local summer sports option”
By: Jordan Jackson
While some pianists prefers a more heavy handed approach to the piano, 17-year-old Malachi favors a lighter touch, and his use of space between the notes was said to have a great influence on his listeners. Continue reading “Senior Malachi Miller’s piano skills: “The human metronome””
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 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”
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”
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”