By this point, we’re getting a hang of this whole college process. Sure, it feels like you’re perpetually writing “Why *insert school name*?” essays that make you question why you’re applying in the first place, but the misery is part of the fun.
Community educator Cheryl Banks spoke to students about the dangers of sexual assault during the second of a two part in-school assembly on safety yesterday. Part one, held Nov. 12, was about distracted driving.
As I write my last blog post on my 19-hour flight home from South Africa, I’m filled with overwhelmingly bittersweet emotions.
Curators Alma Ruiz and Valerie Fletcher lead this art exhibit at the Hirshorn Museum Feb. 23 in a special program from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
It's been only two and a half weeks since my last post, but in that time, I've experienced more than I could have ever imagined through visits to a wildlife park, the prison that held Nelson Mandela and a leadership camp.
As part of its series “WASTED: Young and Using,” WUSA9 News aired Feb. 2 a segment that includes video of a student’s Dec. 10 house party, in which the police cited about 35 students.
It’s 30 degrees (in Celsius) right now, I saw a baboon walking down the street yesterday, and when I asked for ketchup at lunch today, the waitress looked at me like I was crazy. Needless to say, this side of the world is far different from our “Bethesda bubble.”
Life: A Journey Through Time is a concert at the Music Center at Strathmore Jan. 28 at 8:00 p.m. The program features Marin Alsop conducting the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra through Baltimore native Philip Glass’ compositions, as photographs from National Geographic photographer Frans Lanting are shown.
After the PTSA meeting tonight, Montgomery County police officer Bill Morrison will answer questions about underage drinking and its various legal consequences tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the media center.