Top tech news articles of September 2017

By Tamoor Hamid

From new iPhones to space-bound supercomputers, here’s an overview of last month’s most noteworthy tech stories:

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The Twins visit the Bronx to take on the Yankees in the AL wildcard

By Connor Haynie

As the postseason approaches, Minnesota and New York prepare to keep their season alive in their one game matchup to determine who faces the red hot Indians in the ALDS.

 

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Forgotten Arundel sport gears up for season

By Will Schubert

The majority of Arundel high’s student body is unaware that Arundel has a very talented Ice Hockey team. Because of this, most of the games have little to no student section. The home ice for the Wildcats is at the Piney Orchard Ice rink. The team competes in the MSHL (Maryland Student Hockey League).

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Arundel Volleyball rallies against Atholton to obtain the first seed

By Connor Haynie

The Arundel Volleyball team showed persistence through their sweep of the defending 3A state champions, the Atholton Raiders, last Monday the 25th.

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3 Historical Aircraft Still Flying

By Davey Burgess

Some of the oldest planes in history are still flying today, with some of these pieces of history having just a few, or a single operator left. Continue reading “3 Historical Aircraft Still Flying”

The Wildcats creep from behind to beat the Seahawks and look to beat Broadneck

By Connor Haynie and Jordan Johnson

Photos by Maddie McLean

The Wildcats won their home opener last Friday, September 15th, outlasting South River in a nail-biting back and forth affair.   Continue reading “The Wildcats creep from behind to beat the Seahawks and look to beat Broadneck”

Fall fun at the Anne Arundel County Fair

By Davey Burgess

The 2017 Anne Arundel County Fair was held from September 13 to September 17 in Crownsville at 1450 General’s Highway.

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Arundel Football looks to bounce back after loss to Meade

By Jordan Johnson

The Arundel Football team (1-1) has had an up and down start to the season with a 53-34 win over Perry Hall and a 47-26 loss at the hands of Meade and will look to bounce back Friday vs South River.  Continue reading “Arundel Football looks to bounce back after loss to Meade”

The Bowie Baysox provide local summer sports option

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”

Concert Review: Animal Collective play sold-out show at DC’s 9:30 Club

By Rachel Heller
“Welcome to the show!” shouted Avey Tare, member of the experimental band Animal Collective, amongst whizzing synth sounds and pulsating drum beats. With this simple introduction, the band invited Monday night’s sold-out crowd at DC’s 9:30 Club into their own kaleidoscopic little world—and the audience received them with open arms. Continue reading “Concert Review: Animal Collective play sold-out show at DC’s 9:30 Club”