Physics teacher Chuanjung Chen sends around a charge in his honors physics class today. Photo by Michelle Jarcho.
Students check their homeroom classes on the first day of second semester. Homeroom was held before first period this morning so teachers could distribute schedules. Photo by Jordan Schnitzer.
Revenge tastes so sweet, especially for the girls basketball team. After losing by one point to the Paint Branch Panthers in a summer league game, the host Vikings knocked off their now 11-1 rival 61-51 Tuesday to become the sole undefeated team in the county with 10 wins.
Many mothers sign up their young toddlers for ballet class as an outlet for both energy and creativity. But not many of these prancing youngsters continue this artistic path for fourteen years, as senior Clarissa Gandolfo has.
Ah, second semester. A time to start anew. No more of first semester woes, and, if you’re a senior, a time to make the phrase “SYFI” really mean something. So why not start with a concert or two? Here are some great bands coming to the area in the coming months.
Coming off their biggest win of the season, a 61-51 victory over the then 11-0 Paint Branch Panthers, the girls basketball team didn’t miss a step, dominating the 7-6 Quince Orchard Cougars 52-29 Friday.
When the boys basketball team stepped on the court against the Paint Branch Panthers, it seemed like they couldn’t miss. They went on to win the game 69-62.
The boys basketball team got a much needed 49-46 victory over the Blair Blazers, snapping a four game losing streak in which each game lost they led in the fourth quarter, and let the opposition come from behind.
In a crucial 4A South match up, the girls basketball team defeated the 6-4 Blair Blazers 48-30, improving their undefeated record to 9-0 this season.
At noon Wednesday, Larry Hogan was inaugurated as the 62nd governor of Maryland, becoming one of the few Republicans to fill the post in the state’s long history. In a heavily Democratic state, his election win was what he called “the biggest upset in the country.”
President Barack Obama delivered his sixth State of the Union address last night and social media was buzzing with peoples’ reactions to the speech.
Last week, the Black & White received a letter under the alias of “H.” The envelope contained a flyer from the American Humanist Association encouraging its supporters to boycott the Pledge of Allegiance because of the nonsecular “under God” segment.
The swim and dive team suffered two tough losses to the Blair Blazers Saturday. The girls lost 110-50 and the boys 90-70.
The Black & White multimedia team takes an inside look at this morning’s Southeast D.C. peace walk and parade honoring the memory of Martin Luther King Jr.