After a loss in their season opener, the boys lacrosse team improved to 2-1 this week after blowout wins against Blake (15-6) and Paint Branch (20-2).
Michelle Brafman is the author of the soon-to-be-published novel, “Washing the Dead.” She is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and now resides in Glen Echo, Maryland with her family. Here she discusses her writing process, career, what it’s like to be a writer and her novel.
In the first of two interviews with SMOB candidate finalists, Black & White reporters William Arnesen and Josh Feder visit with sophomore Eric Guerci of B-CC High School.
The boys tennis team got back into the swing of things, steamrolling the Blair Blazers 7-0 Monday.
MCPS announced Monday that the school year will be extended one day to June 15 due to seven snow days this school year. Four additional days are built into the MCPS calendar to allow for four snow days.
I’m jamming out to the newest hit on the radio, singing and dancing along. All of a sudden, I hear something. That cannot be right. Did Meghan Trainor actually just say that?
It’s fourth period. Your best friend is rearranging his homework in his Spanish folder.
A linguistic epidemic has spread across our young generation like a wild fire: the “like” atrocity.
Untitled The smell of lilacs hurtles towards me.
The now 2-2 girls softball team ended their first week of games on a high note, thrashing the Gaithersburg Trojans 23-4 Thursday and the Northwood Gladiators 15-5 Saturday.
This spring season, the boys and girls crew teams plan to row all the way to nationals with their strong rosters.
Sprinting, hurdling, and jumping are all common events that roughly a hundred track and field players participated in at daily practices, until recently.
Every now and then, a film comes around that makes a big impact on you. For me, “A Girl Like Her” is one of of those films.
Coming off of a solid start to the season with a 3-0 victory against Poolesville, the co-ed volleyball team fell 0-3 the Blair Blazers.