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Superintendent fields questions during surprise visit

Superintendent fields questions during surprise visit

Sarah Feustle, Editor-in-Chief

In an Aug. 28 visit here, Baltimore County Public Schools superintendent Dallas Dance shared information re...  Read More »

August 28, 2015 • 0 comments

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Cell phone policy sees alterations

August 25, 2015

Students can now use their cell phones in the hallway and the cafeteria, as long as this usage isn't...  Read More »

A banner encourages spectators  to show spirit at the Nov. 2 2013 homecoming game.

Promoting inclusivity, homecoming tradition returns

August 21, 2015

In an effort to encourage school spirit throughout the student body, SGO has revived the banner competition...  Read More »

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Athletes earn All- Metro recognition in baseball, track

Athletes earn All- Metro recognition in baseball, track

Stephanie Rountree, Editor-in-Chief

Three athletes have been selected for All-Metro honors. Varsity baseball shortstop Jake Sousa, varsity hurdler and sprinter Kita Robinson and varsity distance runner Eric...  Read More »

June 15, 2015 • 0 comments

Sophomore Connor Gioffreda poses after winning an event.

Sophomore shatters national, world records

June 12, 2015

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Sports Scores

  • Thursday, August 27

    Varsity Field Hockey

    Dulaney 1 - Garrison Forest 1

  • Tuesday, August 25

    Boys Junior Varsity Soccer

    Dulaney 1 - Boys' Latin 1

  • Tuesday, August 25

    Varsity Field Hockey

    Dulaney 2 - Roland Park 1

  • Monday, August 24

    Boys Varsity Soccer

    Dulaney 1 - Gilman 4

  • Wednesday, May 13

    Boys Varsity Lacrosse

    Dulaney 15 - Old Mill 12

  • Wednesday, May 13

    Boys Varsity Baseball

    Dulaney 1 - Perry Hall 3

  • Wednesday, May 13

    Girls Varsity Softball

    Dulaney 0 - Perry Hall 2

  • Monday, May 11

    Varsity Girls Softball

    Dulaney 16 - Western 0

  • Monday, May 11

    Varsity Boys Baseball

    Dulaney 5 - Kenwood 2

What I’m going to miss most about Baltimore

What I’m going to miss most about Baltimore

Brittany Beahm, Staff Writer

There are many things that make this city iconic, easily distinguishable from any other, and a place I’ve known as home for 17 and a half years now. Baltimore is full of places, sights,...  Read More »

April 28, 2015 • 0 comments

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Opinion

Sugary sodas in school spark sinister side effects

Sugary sodas in school spark sinister side effects

Joe Niehaus, Staff Writer

Over the past several decades, America has taken a long, reluctant look at its health and has drummed up several conclusions. Our hearts are beating faster, our bodies are...  Read More »

June 21, 2015 • 0 comments

Art teacher Alissandra Seelaus helps Malek Shedid with a class project that involved sewing a mini basketball March 31.

Student-teacher connections prove memorable

June 18, 2015

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Staff writers reflect on positive thinking

June 2, 2015

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Features

Runner reflects on love of bow ties

Runner reflects on love of bow ties

Stephanie Rountree, Sahana Raju, and Alex Tuerk

In the modern world of bespoke suits and carefully-selected ties, August 28th has been designated as a day for celebrating a crucial element of men’s fashion –...  Read More »

August 28, 2015 • 0 comments

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Local festivals, concerts, activities attract

June 18, 2015

Chicken burrito with plantains.

Peruvian poultry provokes passion

June 12, 2015

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Juxtaposition: Annie and Karuga

Juxtaposition: Annie and Karuga

Talk about taking opposing paths. Come August, senior Annie Brantigan flies to California to attend Stanford University. Classmate Karuga Koinange will hop a commuter bus to T...  Read More »

May 14, 2015 • 0 comments