Students enjoyed Thursday off after several inches of snow fell this morning. MCPS cancelled school Friday as well. Photo by Abby Singer.
While many students cheered on boys and girls basketball, another team made noise in the playoffs yesterday: the mock trial team advanced to the quarterfinals of the county playoffs for the first time in its history.
In their third meeting with the cross-town rival B-CC Barons, the boys basketball team fell 55-47 in the second round of the playoffs.
After earning a bye in the first round of the playoffs and then over a week off because of snow cancellations, the girls basketball continued their winning ways, beating the rival Bethesda-Chevy Chase Barons 45-30 Wednesday on the road to states.
Though blustery weather and a school closing forced cancellation of the first showing, “Arcadia” introduced Whitman to 1800’s math, love, and everything in between last weekend.
A junior looks into the lens of the iPhone camera, tilts his head back and places a cookie on his forehead. As the camera-man gives him the thumbs-up, he scrunches his forehead and sticks out his tongue—trying desperately to direct the cookie into his wide-open mouth.
Whether it’s crime dramas featuring emotionally unstable detectives or a tight-knit group of six friends building their lives in a big city, there are common trends in television. This year, T.V. is trending toward casting with more diversity.
After learning that Michelle Brafman, an author who also happens to be my neighbor, had finished her soon-to-be-published novel, I got the opportunity to read “Washing The Dead” before it was released. It’s not a novel that I would specifically seek out at Barnes & Noble, but it’s definitely worth reading.
Flex Academy sampled pot stickers in the cafeteria today during both lunches to advertise for its cooking class. The cooking class is one of four classes offered—the other three include hip hop and step dance, yoga, and digital photography. Photo by Hannah Ginsky.
School was cancelled today due to the icy conditions. Photos by Michelle Jarcho.
Walter Johnson freshmen left their insignia on the girls soccer rock. The boys and girls basketball teams could soon face WJ in the playoffs. Photo by Jay Silver.
Here are some headlines and quick links from this week.
A chef is only as good as his or her best chicken dish. So for all of you aspiring culinary masters, here is a tasty and simple chicken meal, with easily accessible ingredients that will impress your guests.
You no longer need to head to Bethesda or D.C. to treat yourself to a delicious crepe. Here’s a simple recipe that will make enjoying this sweet treat that much easier.
Imagine if the highways operated on a pay-for-speed basis. Companies had a monopoly on the roads, and the faster you wanted to go, the more you had to pay. The rich would rocket past the poor, who would crawl along at tortoise speeds because they couldn’t afford the higher fees.