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”

D.C. day trip: how to get there

By Katelyn Shibilski

Our country’s capital is full of places to explore, and it is only a short ride away. A trip to D.C. can be a great way to spend a day, whether it be to see the monuments around the mall or to see a world class collection of art. But first, you have to know how to get there.  Continue reading “D.C. day trip: how to get there”

Project Affinity: A reflection on community service

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.

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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 a Continue reading “Newk’s eatery Waugh Chapel: A fresh take on salad”

Arundel Voices: A New Beginning a World Away

By Jaime Abdu Na Man Sa

I was born in Africa in a country called Guinea-Bissau. When I was 5 years old, my father came to America in search of a destiny: to guarantee a good future for our family; me, my mother and my siblings. Continue reading “Arundel Voices: A New Beginning a World Away”

Josh first, disability second: raising a child with Duchenne and autism

By Rachel Heller

When describing her son Josh, Diane Kirk will tell you five things:

  1. He’s a sophomore at Arundel High School.
  2. He loves music.
  3. He has a knack for cooking.
  4. He exudes kindness.
  5. He has Duchenne muscular dystrophy and autism. Continue reading “Josh first, disability second: raising a child with Duchenne and autism”

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

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Pulse Podcast: On Conspiracy Theories

 

Three intrepid Pulse reporters explore the dark world of conspiracy theories.

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County task force addresses growing opioid epidemic

By Isaiah Freeman

In 2014 Anne Arundel County’s local government declared a state of emergency against heroin. A short time afterwards, the heroin action task force was created to address the growing epidemic of opioid addiction and heroin Continue reading “County task force addresses growing opioid epidemic”