Junior prom cancelled due to low ticket sales

By Sierra McFarlane

On April 28, the junior class of Arundel High School planned on holding the school’s first-ever junior prom from 8-10 p.m. in the cafeteria. Weeks before the date of the junior prom, the junior class announced the event’s cancellation. Continue reading “Junior prom cancelled due to low ticket sales”

First, Listen: Tesseract, the fourth-dimensional prog pioneers

By James Burcky

Photo via Kscope

Spearheading the new wave of modern progressive music, Tesseract gears up for their new album, “Sonder,” to be released soon. Here’s everything you’ll need to know about their previous works to get excited about this upcoming album. Continue reading “First, Listen: Tesseract, the fourth-dimensional prog pioneers”

‘Avengers: Infinity War’: Infinity Stones, explained

By Brooke Kaluzienski

Photo via Marvel/Disney

One of the unique factors of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is the existence of six powerful relics that predate the universe itself. These relics are called the Infinity Stones. The concept of the Infinity Stones was first introduced in “Captain America: The First Avenger” with HYDRA’s use of the Tesseract, and the mystery surrounding the Stones has grown from there. Continue reading “‘Avengers: Infinity War’: Infinity Stones, explained”

Review: Arundel students hit a high note in Arundel’s Got Talent

By Shea Gardner and Natalie Adams

On Friday, April 6 at around 7 p.m., students, teachers, and families filed into Arundel High School’s auditorium in hopes of witnessing students perform in the school’s annual talent show, Arundel’s Got Talent, presented by Tri-M, Arundel’s music honor society. The show displayed 11 of the school’s gifted singers, guitarists, rappers, and dancers in nine acts.  Continue reading “Review: Arundel students hit a high note in Arundel’s Got Talent”

Shootings, paranoia, fear: is this the new ‘normal’?

By Caitlyn Freeman

Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images

It’s like we’re in the 1950s and 1960s all over again. Then, you didn’t know who was a communist, the same way you don’t know who a shooter in a crowded mall could be. This paranoia is being relived. Kids all over the country fear going to school each day, because today could be “the day,” sitting in classrooms and planning an escape route in the event that someone opens fire on campus. Parents are forced to have “in the event of a shooter” talks with their kindergartners. This is the new “normal. Continue reading “Shootings, paranoia, fear: is this the new ‘normal’?”

Virgil Abloh, here to save the day for Louis Vuitton

By Yasemina Dayi

Over the past week, the news of Virgil Abloh’s new appointment as Louis Vuitton’s Menswear Artistic Director broke the internet. This is monumental news, not just for Virgil Abloh’s professional career, but for Louis Vuitton’s new leap into streetwear designs and the fashion world as we know it. The new position for Virgil, who is replacing the infamous Mr. Kim Jones, is no surprise to anyone in the fashion community, and is regarded as well deserved. Continue reading “Virgil Abloh, here to save the day for Louis Vuitton”

Pulse Podcast: Surviving the U.S. – gun control

Pulse reporters Emily Arvidson and Bec Crow reflect on the U.S.’s recent mass shootings and share their views on gun control. Continue reading “Pulse Podcast: Surviving the U.S. – gun control”

Want to play drums like one of the greats? Here’s what you need to know

By James Burcky

Photo via Getty

“You get some hit sticks, you pick out the prettiest drum color (those one’s sound better), and then, assuming you’ve already perfected your ‘drummer aesthetic,’ you now listen to the angstiest song you know, only once, no more, no less, you channel your inner Animal (from the Muppets), and you hulk smash those drums until your hands bleed from the pure power you have attained in your fingertips.”
-Hannah Clark, Arundel Junior Continue reading “Want to play drums like one of the greats? Here’s what you need to know”

WildcatTechRoundup: microcomputers, nanobots, Facebook scandals

By Tamoor Hamid

From nanobots to microcomputers, March was an awesome month filled with news ranging from the weird to the controversial. Continue reading “WildcatTechRoundup: microcomputers, nanobots, Facebook scandals”

UMBC lacrosse beats number 1 seed Albany for second historic win in a month

By Jordan Johnson

UMBC likes beating number 1 seeds. Once again the retrievers have pulled off another historic upset, this time in men’s lacrosse as they beat the top ranked Albany Great Danes 11-7 at home, on Friday night. Continue reading “UMBC lacrosse beats number 1 seed Albany for second historic win in a month”