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Community makes up for Lost Senior Year

Community makes up for Lost Senior Year

Miranda Parrish, Staff Writer May 25, 2021

Seniors across the nation have had a less-than-traditional last year of high school. The activities and seniority that come near graduation have been canceled. As it has been frustrating, Baltimore County...

From me to you: A letter from a 2021 senior

From me to you: A letter from a 2021 senior

Grace Monacelli, Sports Editor May 25, 2021

As my time at Dulaney comes to a close, I have learned much more than I can fit into 700 words. Regardless, I wanted my last article for The Griffin to be memorable for me, and what better way to do that...

Fans Have a ‘Love Story’ with “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)”

Fans Have a ‘Love Story’ with “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)”

Alycia Wong, News Editor May 19, 2021

When I was five, I always played “You Belong With Me” by Taylor Swift on Guitar Hero, screaming the lyrics I had internalized in the microphone. Thirteen years later, I belt out the same words to a...

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New Beginnings for Marvel

Jackie Sibila, Staff Writer May 19, 2021

Longing. Rusted. Seventeen. Daybreak. Furnace. Nine. Benign. Homecoming. One. Freight car. Any true Marvel fan will immediately recognize the infamous words that trigger Bucky Barnes, the Winter Soldier....

Lions Levelling Up: Senior Athletes

Anna Albergo and Griffin Tunison  May 18, 2021

Sammy White will be continuing her athletic career this fall, playing lacrosse at one of the most prestigious programs in the country for both athletics and academics: Northwestern University. White is...

Dulaney Rises to COVID Challenges

Dulaney Rises to COVID Challenges

Erin Patterson, Staff Writer May 18, 2021

When are we going back to school in person? When will the virtual classes resume after the ransomware attack? When will COVID distancing end? We have all had these questions at some point this year. Through...

Artists Among Us: Expression in Quarantine

Artists Among Us: Expression in Quarantine

Jeongin Kim, Editor-in-Chief April 16, 2021

Now a year into quarantine, solitude and social distancing are no longer alien concepts. This slow yet often overwhelming time has been pivotal for many. With digital contact as our only regular (and safe)...

WandaVision Review: Superhero Films Reimagined

Sophia Paranzino March 26, 2021

A 1950’s-inspired sitcom is not the first thing most would think of for a superhero spin-off television show. Yet, the first episode of Marvel Studios’ “WandaVision'' was just that. During the course...

Digital Drawing

Finding positivity through art when all else seems lost

Grace Monacelli, Sports Editor February 5, 2021

Growing up surrounded by creative influences, freshman Rebecca Liao has taken a passion for creating art. Her friends and family have always considered her to be an “artistic” person, as she used to...

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The Festive Five

Jackie Sibila, Staff Writer January 11, 2021

The holidays are approaching fast but with rising COVID cases many are struggling to find ways to be festive this winter. Now I'm sure my fellow extraverts (and maybe introverts too) are all just itching...

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Review of “The Trial of the Chicago 7” and its importance right now

Varun Khushalani, Staff Writer January 11, 2021

*Spoiler Alert* - This review contains spoilers for this Netflix film Writer and director Aaron Sorkin—fresh off his brief stint on Broadway—returns to Hollywood with his new Netflix movie, “The...

COVID-19 Complicates the Holidays

Anna Albergo and Miranda Parrish January 11, 2021

This holiday season, political leaders and medical professionals on federal, state and local levels have been advising Americans to stay at home to reduce the spread of COVID-19.  There have been mixed...

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