In Case Of Boredom Break Glass: Dreamcatcher

Sumayya Khan, Editor

March 14, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Blogs, Extras, In Case of Boredom, Break Glass, Uncategorized

You might have seen those cool woven looking hanging stuff on people's houses. They have beads, pom poms, yarn and sometimes even chimes or pieces of glass! It looks nice, but it's a hard activity that requires a lot of patience. In...

Hardbacks With Harwood: House Arrest

Jane Harwood

March 14, 2018

Filed under Hardbacks With Harwood

This month, I read the book House Arrest by K.A. Holt. House Arrest was a great book to read and I learned a few lessons from it. I definitely recommend reading this book! House Arrest is about a boy named Timothy who gets in...

Kittelson’s krafty korner-Melt your way to art.

Emily Kittelson

March 14, 2018

Filed under Blogs, Kittelson's Krafty Korner

  Do you have some crayons left over from when you were a kid ? Now put them to use and make some really cool artwork for your walls. I definitely know that I have many crayons just lying around my house that I needed t...

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

March 14, 2018

Filed under Blogs, Down The Scope

Despite this game being 6 years old, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is one my favorite shooters. From the nonstop zombies rounds to some of the best guns in all of the Call of Duty's. This game deserves it spot as #1.  Black Ops 2 is not like any of the other games I've played, you can play this game all day and not get bored from it. ...

Winners and Losers of the 2018 NBA Trade Deadline

Patrick Devine, Sports Blogger

March 6, 2018

Filed under Patrick's NBA News, , Updates, and Scores, Sports

It’s finally here! The 2018 NBA Trade Deadline has concluded, and boy was it a wild ride! Multiple teams are trying to rebuild their rosters and this is the perfect time to do so! These teams include the Cavaliers, the Los ...

Let’s go Alonso: Atomic

Molly Alonso

March 6, 2018

Filed under Blogs, Let's Go, Alonso!

The month of February is full of snow days and three day weekends, and because of that many people are looking for something to do. Whether you want to have fun with friends or you're bored out of your mind, Atomic is a great...

Templeton’s Terror: 47 Meters Down

Sara, Student Life Writer

February 28, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Blogs, Templeton's Terrors

Well, it's winter still, and a shark movie has been made…again. The cold is going away but it sure isn’t summer. I was thinking about how it's getting warm and my mind drifted off to the ocean. I am trying to find a movie and...

Megan’s Menagerie: Mr. Rogers

Megan Helge

February 28, 2018

Filed under Blogs, Megan's Menagerie

Is your family wanting an attention wanting, friendly, cute turtle? Well, this month on Megan’s Menagerie, Mr Rogers is the star of the show! Mr Rogers is a red and green turtle and Red-Eared slider, and he is 1 year an...

Super Bowl Week

Khalil White

February 28, 2018

Filed under Blogs, NFL Universe, Sports

The super bowl was made in 1967. It was made by AFL(Australian Football League) founder and Kansas city chiefs owner, Lamar Hunt. Hunt got the idea from kids playing with a toy called the super ball. Bowl is from the colle...

Templeton’s Terror: Split

Sara Templeton, Student Life Writer

February 13, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Blogs, Templeton's Terrors

In this month of cold and all the new year's resolutions, I am doing the movie Split. This movie was by far one of my favorite movies to review. The writers, the plot, and characters were amazing to think about throughout watchi...

Charlie’s Choice Of The Month: Ashburn Bagel Shop

Charlie Hughes, Blog

February 13, 2018

Filed under Blogs, Charlie's Choice of the Month, Food/Travel

This month I decided that I wanted to go a restaurant for breakfast instead of going to a dinner place. I went to Ashburn Bagel Shop located at 43930 Farmwell Hunt Plaza #132, Ashburn, VA 20147. When I walked into the shop...