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Growing up in the Age of Technology

Olivia Morris and Cassie Weymouth April 4, 2022

Today, technology has become an integral part of society with people rarely leaving the house without their phone. And that’s just the start of it. Now it is rare to find someone without their own laptop,...

Which AP Classes are Actually the Best: An Objective Ranking

Ryan Tiedemann, Staff Writer April 4, 2022

The goal of this article is to rank AP classes in order of the enjoyability of their curriculum (with my own bias EXTREMELY prevalent). Note: This article does not rank teachers nor difficulty, and...

A Deeper Look Into Senioritis

Esha Singhai , Editor April 4, 2022

Sen-ior-itis (n.) A crippling disease that strikes high school seniors.  Symptoms include: a lack of studying and repeated absences. The only known cure is a phenomenon known as Graduation.  Source:...

The Subtle Art of Not Showing Your Shoulders

The Subtle Art of Not Showing Your Shoulders

April 4, 2022

Cover up. Put something over that. You’re being distracting. Go home. Want to avoid the comments, being dress coded? Want to keep someone else’s eyes on your eyes? Want to avoid the whistles, the claps...

Four Day School Week Means Mental Stability

Olivia Morris, Staff Writer April 4, 2022

In the “Baltimore County Public Schools” 2020-2021 virtual school year, each week consisted of four days with synchronous classes and the fifth day being an asynchronous work day. Since then, there...

No Knock, No Accountability

Madelena Lapinski, Staff Writer April 4, 2022

People of color all over the country are forced to confront yet another example of an all too familiar topic: police injustice against minorities. On the morning of Feb. 2, 22-year-old Amir Locke was shot...

To Mask or not to Mask

Laura Pohl and Ashlyn Hoffmann April 4, 2022

The Omicron variant is the latest culprit for the spread of COVID-19. In late December 2021, cases significantly picked up after the variant hit the East coast and began to surge across the country. It...

The Truth Behind Those Overused Teenage Stereotypes

Gabrielle Cassini, Staff Writer April 4, 2022

  The intense eyeliner, loud angry music and slamming doors. These stereotypes have continued to develop for years through the media. Today, movies including “The Breakfast Club'' and “Mean Girls” ...

Does Toxicity Run in Your Family?

Natasha Aragon, Staff Writer April 4, 2022

Everyone’s heard the phrase, “you have to cut out the toxic people in your life.” The problem is no one explains how, especially when those “toxic people'' are your family members. I agree with...

Ring or No Ring?

Ryleigh Bernhardt, Staff Writer March 10, 2022

Ring! An exciting time to celebrate your high school year with friends. Sophomores, or sometimes Juniors, will get rings to symbolize their time here at Dulaney. Following this tradition, a Ring dance...

Ryan Jeffrey Ditto Tiedemann’s Postmodern 21st Century Review of Important Works in the Greater Pantheon of English Literature: Pachinko

Ryan Jeffrey Ditto Tiedemann’s Postmodern 21st Century Review of Important Works in the Greater Pantheon of English Literature: Pachinko

Ryan Tiedemann, Staff Writer March 10, 2022

“Living everyday in the presence of those who refuse to acknowledge your humanity takes great courage” -  Min Jin Lee, Pachinko You enter a store, hoping to purchase something relatively unimportant....

Ryan Jeffrey Ditto Tiedemanns Postmodern 21st Century Review of Important Works in the Greater Pantheon of English Literature

Ryan Jeffrey Ditto Tiedemann’s Postmodern 21st Century Review of Important Works in the Greater Pantheon of English Literature

Ryan Tiedemann, Staff Writer December 22, 2021

“The mystery of life isn't a problem to solve, but a reality to experience.” - Frank Herbert, Dune. Environmentalism, individualism, political and religious fanaticism. Frank Herbert’s masterpiece,...

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