Abandoned 25 Year Old Bill Kromer Band Organ Found In Ocean City Maryland

By David Burgess

Many have gone to the historic carousel at Trimper’s Rides in Ocean City, Maryland, and many have probably read about its history there or rode it, but is there something else historical too?

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New Wildcat TV: Questions with Ms. Mandrich, and The Haunting of Arundel

This week, get to know one of Arundel’s Spanish teachers better and enjoy the first installment of The Haunting of Arundel, a spooky, fictional mini-series. 

Humans of Arundel: Ms. Brumbach

By Josh Kirk 

“Sing out!” says Ms. Andrea Brumbach, as she often tells her choir students to be confident in their singing abilities. Ms. Brumbach is one of three music teachers at Arundel High School. She directs choir (concert and Honors chamber) at Arundel and teaches instrumental lessons for piano and guitar.

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Announcement of PARCC removal spurs mixed emotions among teachers and students

By Madison Jurek

The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC), a standardized test, currently in 6 states, will be phased out in Maryland by the 2019-2020 school year. At Arundel, students, teachers, and administrators have reacted to the planned change with mixed emotions. While many are happy to see the day PARCC is replaced, others have expressed skepticism regarding whether the change will bring improvement.

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The annual Homecoming Dance: a memorable night

By Kirstin Nichols

On Saturday, October 6th, the building excitement from a week of dressing up, a parade, a football game and a pep rally ended in the annual Homecoming dance.

Although many students spent the morning and afternoon competing on athletic teams, by the evening they were looking their best and ready for a night of fun. Continue reading “The annual Homecoming Dance: a memorable night”

Arundel football looks to keep record up in coming weeks

By Alexa Baker, Alexa Hoyer, and Taj Wooten

Varsity Football won by 44 points against North County high school last Friday, October 5, with a final score of 56 to 12. Student athletes such as Jordan Andrews, who ran 84 yards, and RJ Chandler, who ran 120 yards, played a memorable game.

The game was representative of how most of their season has gone. At 5-1, the Wildcats are cruising. Continue reading “Arundel football looks to keep record up in coming weeks”

Arundel stomps North County for Homecoming

By Rianna Overton

On Friday, October 5th, the Arundel Wildcats came in and showed out in their homecoming game against North County High School, cruising through the opposing defense, resulting in a 56-12 victory against the Knights.

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Annual Pep Rally mixes new traditions with old favorites

By Natalie Adams

On Friday, October 5th, the annual Homecoming Pep Rally was held at Carroll Field from 1:20 p.m. to 2:18 p.m. There were several events including a performance from the Marching Band and Color Guard, the Dance Company, the Cheer Squad, the Prancing Wildcats, the Clash of the Classes competition, announcement of Spirit Week winners, and presentation of the Homecoming Court.

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Jungle’s “For Ever” album sent me to disco purgatory

By Leah Ogden

Released on September 14th, Jungle’s “For Ever shows off a fresh twist on not only Hi-Fi funk, but their own personal sound. This was their first release since their self-titled debut in 2014, but they have yet another in the works. Emerging in 2013, Jungle was founded by two childhood friends known as J and T. Placing great value on the artistic presentation of their image, they eventually became a 7-piece band with a gnarly reputation for their live performances.

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Arundel Theater and JV Cheer floats highlight annual homecoming parade

By Sierra McFarlane

On Wednesday, October 3rd, the annual homecoming parade was held from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. It started on Hammond Lane by Arundel Middle, and ended at the front of Arundel High. After the parade, a block party was held in the G-hall parking lot from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

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