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    Technology Shows Promise in Blood, Cancer Testing

    By Jack Armstrong ’15 Whether tracking our steps, our sleep, our calories or other aspects of our health, our smartphones have become an essential tool for helping us live a more organized, connected and, well, healthy life. There are now more ways technology is improving […]

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    MCPS Budget Shortfall Results in Cuts to Staffing

    By Maddie Peloff ’16 Anticipating major cuts at the state and county levels, MCPS plans on reducing its budget a significant amount for the following school year. At Sherwood, the budget cuts mainly affect staffing. Principal Bill Gregory was forced to involuntarily transfer 10 staff […]

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    Advisory Period Set To Return Next Year

    By Emily Gilburt ’16 Plans for a possibly renovated Advisory period are in the works as the program is officially returning next school year, despite social studies teacher Aileen Woolley stepping down from her current position as head of Advisory. Woolley will assist in the […]

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    Culture vs. Fashion

    By Maya Koeppen ’17 As the music festival season kicks off this spring, an increasingly popular trend emerges again in festival fashion and this time its opponents have decided to speak out. The trend of bindi, henna, and other bohemian fashion statements was recently spotted […]

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    Sherwood Co-Ed Volleyball Continues to Knock Out Competition

    By Lauren Cosca ’15 Sherwood’s co-ed volleyball finished its regular season with a record of 10-1 after beating tough competition in Magruder, Gaithersburg and Wootton. Their only loss was against Clarksburg on March 23 at Sherwood. With this record the Warriors have claimed the division […]

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    SMOB Election Update

    By Christopher Sung ’17 Eric Guerci, a rising junior at BCC, has been elected as the thirty-eighth student member of the board, beating out rising senior Rachit Agarwal. Guerci, carrying 52 percent of the vote, was confirmed as the winner on April 29 after days […]

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    Senior Charged in Car Crash the Killed Passenger

    By Meagan Barrett ’15 A Sherwood senior was indicted March 26 and charged with negligent manslaughter, as well as causing a life threatening injury under the influence of alcohol. The Warrior does not identify the name of a student charged as an adult for felony […]

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    Sherwood Students Charged with Assault after Recent Fight

    By  Julia Gajewski-Nemes ’15 Two Sherwood students have been charged as adults for their involvement in the beating of a 15-year-old Good Counsel student that took place on March 27 in the Olney Fair Hill Shopping Center. The Warrior generally does not name juveniles charged […]

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    Meerkat Broadens the Range of Twitter

    By Milan Polk ’16 Since Twitter’s beginning, users have enjoyed sharing clever stories, jokes and more all in 140 characters or less. With Meerkat, a new app released February 21, Twitter users can now livestream video. Meerkat’s interface is simple and easy to use. The […]

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    To Visit a Sherwood Show

    By Alexi Paidas ’17 This year’s spring play is a rendition of “Visit to a Small Planet.” Show dates are April 24 and 25 at 7:30 p.m. and April 26 at 2 p.m. in the Ertzman Theatre. “Visit to a Small Planet” centers around Kreton, an alien, […]

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