Is spending too much time on Temple Run lowering your GPA? Start off second semester on the right foot by trying these top 10 apps that’ll actually help with your academics — and give you an excuse to use your phone while doing homework.
By Bailey Hults
Stuck at home this summer, you want to go out, but you’re bored of both Downtown Bethesda and Montgomery Mall and you’ve already watched everything on Netflix—twice. Instead of watching that show for the third time around, summer is the perfect time to check out the variety of activities D.C. offers right in our backyard.
Next to a vibrant, neon ferris wheel, families enjoy lawn activities while movies, TV shows and sports games play on a huge, outdoor projection screen. The answer to summer boredom is literally right here.
Racing through Whole Foods after an exhausting soccer practice, you scavenge the store, searching for something to quench your thirst. Instead of choosing your typical Gatorade drink, you grab a bright pink bottle of KRĀ.
Stanley Almodovar—age 23. Edward Sotomayor—age 34. Juan Ramon Guerrero—age 22. As students continued to read 46 more names, the Whitman courtyard remained absolutely silent.
Donna Gardiner, who has been a secretary in the main office for 10 years, is retiring at the end of this school year.