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Hasan minhaj transforms news intake

Hasan minhaj transforms news intake

Laura Hennawi, Staff Writer

January 7, 2019

New comedic talk show, “Patriot Act”, revolving around politics and current events, was released Oct. 28 by Netflix with host Hasan Minhaj, a renowned comedian and a previous correspondent for “The Daily Show.” Right from the get-go, Minhaj demonstrates his awareness of the US political climate...

An Artist Among Us: historical movie fanatic pursues acting career

An Artist Among Us: historical movie fanatic pursues acting career

Miranda Parrish, Staff Writer

January 7, 2019

Growing up watching old television shows, senior Shannon Trageser has always loved movies and the making of them. “I started acting because I used to watch ‘I Love Lucy’ when I was little and I was inspired about how she made so many people happy,” Trageser said. “I just thought that was...

fashion forward: skater shares timeless style

fashion forward: skater shares timeless style

Morgan Pierce, Staff Writer

January 7, 2019

Senior Gabe Godey is a blast from the past. With his vintage wardrobe, Godey enjoys expressing himself through his old school style. Staff writer Morgan Pierce sat down with Godey to learn all about his distinctive sense of fashion. Q: What and who inspires your style? A: I wear a lot of older...

the post: ryan gioffreda

Aziza Cossentino, Staff Writer

January 3, 2019

Sophomore Ryan Gioffreda treks through high school with dreams of becoming a chemical engineer and confidently sheds the stereotypes tacked on to being a little person. Staff writer Aziza Cossentino sat down with Giofreda to learn firsthand about the positivity and message he has to share. Q: What...

Refusing failure: a guide to New Year’s resolutions

Refusing failure: a guide to New Year’s resolutions

Audrey Houghton, Associate Editor

January 3, 2019

Buckle up! The New Year is quickly approaching, and I’m sure you have a long list of resolutions pinned to your bulletin board. But even if you have your goals planned out, following through with them can be a daunting task. In fact, according to a Business Insider article from 2017, 80 percent of...

Operation: don’t die at dinner, I dare you

Emma Shannon, Associate Editor

January 3, 2019

The minute #spookyszn ends, winter break begins. As soon as I can date my papers with an “11” instead of a “10,” I go from zero to screaming Mariah Carey in the car (which I will refer to as my sleigh for the next three months) faster than Party City can stock Santa hats. I love winter break....

“Boy Erased” illuminates a stifled struggle

“Boy Erased” illuminates a stifled struggle

Colman Hallinan, Staff Writer

January 3, 2019

The gut-wrenching facts about conversion therapy came to the big screen recently as writer-director Joel Edgerton adapted “Boy Erased” from Garrard Conley’s memoir of the same name. “Boy Erased” follows Garrard Conley (Lucas Hedges), a gay teenager born into a fundamentalist family in Arkansas....

Touching novel exposes eccentric characters

Touching novel exposes eccentric characters

Maria Eberhart, Editor-in-chief

January 3, 2019

"When did life get so loud.” Protagonist Will Larkin, in the light-hearted novel “Float Plan,” contemplates this while serving potato bread at a soup kitchen for his court-mandated community service. Following a series of unfortunate circumstances involving a gazebo attack, a wrestling unitard...

iPhone screen time data exposes discrepancies

Ethan Samels and Anna Grace Farnum

January 3, 2019

Honestly, I never quite realized how low my iPhone usage was until this experience. In reflection, I realize I don’t play games or watch YouTube/Netflix all the time, and I usually only check social media one or two times a day. I don’t use social media much because I don’t feel the need to constantly...

Local neighborhoods emanate festive cheer

Colman Hallinan, Staff Writer

January 3, 2019

Since their first introduction outside Thomas Edison’s workshop in 1880, electric Christmas lights have been one of America’s favorite holiday traditions. Surrounding Dulaney neighborhoods are no exception. Festivals all over the country celebrate exterior displays of color and light intricately...

Club Spotlight: New A Capella group professes inclusivity

Ethan Samels, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018

Music teacher Christina Senita wishes only one thing for her A cappella club Echo – that it provides a safe place for those looking to belong somewhere. Echo is an A cappella club held at Dulaney that meets every Friday after school. Although it has been a club ever since Senita, Echo’s advisor, arriv...

scene at dulaney: New Earth Science room impresses

scene at dulaney: New Earth Science room impresses

Aziza Cossentino, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018

Students in science teacher Jenna Roberts’ 3A honors Earth Systems class engage in one of many interactive labs. The students place stars on a graph in relation to their luminosity and temperature. Both Roberts and students report that the new curriculum is beneficial due to a more personalized take ...