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    Field Trip Fuss

    By Steven Witkin ‘16 It is the same routine every time. You get a field trip form and have to go around to every teacher to get their signature as some sort of approval. The official purpose of this seems to be so that the […]

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    Starr’s Departure Raises Number of Questions

    By Kira Yates ’16 1. What Will Happen to the Chromebooks? To keep up with the ever-changing world of complex technology, former Superintendent Joshua Starr frequently voiced his opinion to modernize the technology in MCPS schools. Although this was obvious from the beginning of Starr’s […]

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    Future Looks Bright as Girls’ Basketball Shows Improvement

    By Hunter Moore ’15 On Saturday, March 7 the game clock expired, and so did the season of the girls’ basketball team in a 67-40 loss to state finalist Paint Branch (23-1). However, this loss is not a bad one for the Warriors, who surprised […]

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    Laughter Is the Best Medicine

    By Stacey Wells ‘15 How many times do you laugh per day? A significant amount? Only once? Hopefully you answered with the former because laughter has a multitude of benefits for your mental health and physical well-being. Whether people giggle at a joke or guffaw […]

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    American Sign Language Offered as a Class

    By Annie Feinroth ‘15 This year, Sherwood offered American Sign Language (ASL) for students to take as a class for the 2015-2016 school year. At this point, more than 70 students have signed up for the class. Prospective students should be aware that the majority […]

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    An Emoji for Everyone

    By Maya Koeppen ‘17 Over the years, everyone’s favorite personality emoticons have been criticized for being too limited in terms of choices. Apple offers a wide variety of Caucasian skin tone emojis, ranging from two girls dancing to a small family, but no other races. […]

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    ‘The Last Man On Earth’ Might Not Last

    By Milan Polk ’16 Fox’s advertising shows it is excited to premiere “The Last Man on Earth” on March 1, but it looks like its intended money-maker most likely will not last. “The Last Man on Earth” stars former “Saturday Night Live” cast member Will […]

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    Greek Life Calls This Lonely Senior

    By Stephen Luckey ‘15 As excitement among seniors for college grows, senior Chris Thompson is ecstatic to begin his new journey in Greek Life. In February, Thompson decided his heart is set on attending Clemson University in the fall. As a college freshman, Thompson plans […]

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    Put Tests in PARCC

    By Stacey Wells ’15 As many individuals recognize, our country needs a major renovation of its educational system. Unfortunately, the higher powers seem to believe that more testing will solve everything. The federal government has been pushing for an increase in testing for years and […]

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  • Gymnastics Looks to Improve with Help from New Members

    By Morgan Hill ’16 After a successful 2014 season that culminated with a third- place finish at the MCPS county championship, the gymnastics team hopes to remain successful despite graduating four talented seniors. With notable wins over talented teams last season, the Warriors enter the […]

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