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S.W.E.A.T Pledge

S.W.E.A.T Pledge

Julia Webster, Co-Editor

May 8, 2017


Filed under Community info, Op/Ed, School News, Top Stories

With college on the horizons, it’s time to start thinking about scholarships. Usually, scholarships are merit, need-based, or major-specific. And, that isn’t helpful for people who aren’t looking to continue their education in college, preferring to work their way into the career of choice. Ther...

What’s Up in Washington D.C.?

What’s Up in Washington D.C.?

Megan Mattei, Senior Staff Writer

March 31, 2017


Filed under Community info, Op/Ed

Spring has not quite sprung, but it is prime cherry blossom tree season! The trees have made their appearance quite early. The bloom is one of the earliest according to the Washington Post. This is due to the mild winter the Mid-Atlantic received. March 25 was marked as 2017’s day of peak bloom, but...

Into the Capstone

Into the Capstone

Joy Deitrich, Staff Writer

October 4, 2016


Filed under Community info, Educational, Student Life, Top Stories

After four long years of study and research, your 2017 Global & International Studies class has finally reached its beginning of an end. The commencement of capstone exhibition begins with the symposium. On November 1st, 2016, a cohort of exhibits, websites, and videos will be on display for 23 capst...

Abridging Apathy

Abridging Apathy

Jason Ferris, Head Editor

October 4, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, Community info, Educational, In School, Op/Ed, Student Life, Top Stories

When I entered Leonardtown High School’s Academy of Global and International Studies (GIS) years ago, I knew I would have to complete a year-and-a-half long research project. My project’s looming deadlines stared over me as I ascended the ranks of high school - sophomore, junior, senior. As of now, my s...

Making a Difference

Making a Difference

Josie Brodfuehrer, Staff Writer

September 30, 2016


Filed under Community info, Extracurricular, Student Life

People die everyday.  They die from car accidents and homicides and war and diseases.  But one of these deaths can be prevented.  One of these deaths doesn’t have to happen.  Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America, according to Medical News Today.  At the top of the death list,...

Who Knew?

Who Knew?

Jason Ferris, Co-Editor

May 3, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, Book, Community info, Op/Ed, Student Life, Top Stories

Until I met David Sedaris, I had no idea I cared about the lives of others. Ok, I’m not heartless. I just never thought a memoir could be so gripping, that another life could draw me so helplessly in. I had read memoirs before but only about astronauts or politicians that changed the landscape of t...

Drafting Disaster

Drafting Disaster

Jason Ferris, Co-Editor

March 30, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, Community info, School News, Student Life, Top Stories

People often ask me why I write, why I spend hours digging through my imagination and finding the words to string a story together. I tell them that I have to and I’m not the only one. Within everyone is a story, an inner voice, and writing empowers people to listen to it. I know it sounds cliché...

Community Spotlight

Community Spotlight

Skyler Broome, Senior Staff Writer

March 15, 2016


Filed under Community info

Since beginning his coaching career in the 1990-1991 season, Richard Abell has built quite the repertoire for himself in St. Mary’s Recreation Division. Abell started his long-running history after being asked by now-facilities coordinator of the Parks and Rec Tyrone Harris. Harris asked him for as...

Possible Farewells to TC Radio

Skyler Broome, Senior Staff Writer

February 5, 2016


Filed under Community info, Music, Op/Ed

It’s sad news for radio enthusiasts and those looking forward to putting their shows on TC Radio – the fate of the James A. Forrest Career and Technology Center’s broadcast outlet looks to be dismal. Live 365, the service in which the radio airs, has recently had a major investor pull out. That l...

What You Oughta Know About Germs

Dallas Shrawder, Senior Staff Writer

February 5, 2016


Filed under Community info, Lifestyle, Op/Ed

We all know that washing our hands is very important, but do we really know how important it is? According to experts, there are approximately five thousand germs on a person’s hands at any given time, and any of those germs can be spread to other things, people, or even parts of them. If a person were...

Toys for Tots

Toys for Tots

Dallas Shrawder, Senior Staff Writer

January 11, 2016


Filed under Community info, Lifestyle, Op/Ed, School, Student Life, Top Stories

The giving season is fast approaching. People everywhere are in the festive spirit: spreading love, being joyous, and giving. One way to knock all three of those out in one swing is to participate in Toys for Tots drives. This time of year, it is not uncommon to be with friends and family to exch...

Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Thiana Suarez, Senior Staff Writer

May 15, 2015


Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, Community info, School, Student Life, Theater

Music. Mayhem. Murder. All of this could only mean one thing. The musical “Sweeney Todd” is coming to Leonardtown High School. Nothing says excitement like a Demon Barber of Fleet Street. There will be suspense, horror, and lots of blood all over the place. Fake blood, of course. This play is going...

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