The Syrian refugee crisis has taken the world by storm. For the past few weeks, news stations have had daily coverage of the atrocities unfolding overseas. But at the end of the day, as Marylanders, we can turn off our TVs and return to our place of safety and relative tranquility.
Hatikvah: the hope. The Israeli national anthem, which was created to remind the world that the hope of a Jewish homeland has become a thriving reality, also represents the hopes of many women to have the chance to pray equally at the holiest Jewish site.
Every year, over 29 million people visit the National Mall expecting miles of lustrous granite memorials and monuments. In reality, tourists are met with cracked sidewalks, dead fish floating atop ponds and historic monuments missing chunks of fallen stone. But the Trust for the National Mall is not going to sit by and let this […]
It’s been a good year for Mars. For one, Matt Damon is starring in the highly anticipated film “The Martian.” Based on the bestselling novel by Andy Weir, “The Martian” follows an astronaut trying to survive after being stranded on the red planet—it’s an incredible and thrilling fantasy, but back in the real world, a […]
After losing six special education teachers last June, the Whitman community welcomed five new teachers to its special education department this year. Each of these teachers comes from a different career path in the special education field.
Police arrested a male sophomore for marijuana possession at around 11:00 a.m. Feb. 17, according to a county police spokesman.