Students wore sweatshirts with hoods today in honor of Ryan Lucas, who passed away last Friday. Lucas was known for always wearing a hood. Photo courtesy Kate Currie.
Hundreds of students swarmed down the stairs after the bell rang for third period this morning to gather as a community to protest against police brutality.
For only the second time in the past 11 seasons, three Viking players reached or surpassed the 20 points mark. This milestone came in the Vikes’ 63-53 defeat over the Northwest Jaguars, which boosted their record to 3-2 on the season.
The girls basketball team demolished the Northwest Jaguars 60-8 in Wednesday’s home opener, improving their record to 5-0 on the season.
Preschoolers in child development practiced their arts and crafts skills by making penguin costumes. Photo by Julia Gilman.
On July 17, Eric Garner died at the hands of New York police officer Daniel Pantaleo, who choked him to death to the cries of “I can’t breathe.”
The BCC Tattler hosted their fourth annual journalism night Dec. 8. The event, sponsored by Bethesda Magazine, included a panel of five current and former journalists.
The Black & White multimedia team takes an inside look at the Georgetown GLOW light exhibit.
Students received their PSAT scores today in Homeroom, which was held after first period. Photo by Michelle Jarcho.
When Seattle is mentioned, one tends to think of famous grunge band Nirvana, the super-bowl-winning Seahawks, and of course, rain. But there’s more. This Thanksgiving, I travelled to Washington State’s largest city not only to visit family friends, but also to see what makes the so called “Emerald City” really shine.