The A-Blast

New system for college applications

Henry Hoang, Staff Writer

May 28, 2019

By 2020, the College Board will expand the use of a student’s socioeconomic disadvantages or advantages against them regarding their SAT scores. Many colleges say they want to admit more applicants who are socioeconomically...

Junior Emily Shawish works at the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Shawish works on Sundays every other week.  “I really like working at the aquarium,” Shawish said, “It is a lot of fun working with the animals and talking with people.”

Teens: Get a job

May 28, 2019

Senior problems with obligations

Tyler Plank, Staff Writer

May 1, 2019

We’ve all broken or lost something. It happens. Every year, students lose some sort of equipment that is borrowed from the school. When a student does break or lose something, they have to pay for it, these are called obligations....

European Union passes controversial copyright law

Luke Elkins, Editorials Editor

April 8, 2019

The future of the Internet in Europe faces a lot of uncertainty after the European Parliament passed Article 13, which sets new copyright restrictions in place on a lot of content. Essentially, it means sites such as YouTube,...

Senioritis plagues students

Elias Moura, Editorials Editor

March 20, 2019

As the second semester rolls through the school year, many students are starting to show effects of the dreaded “senioritis”. It’s the time of year when students, reflect lazier and decreased performance in school. Students...

Celebrity slandering on TV is getting out of hand

Abel Samson, Staff Writer

March 20, 2019

HBO is under fire for their documentaries such as Leaving Neverland, The Case Against Adnan Syed and Surviving R.Kelly for going against the decisions that the U.S. legal system made. These documentaries re-explore the cases and...

Privilege and the college admissions scandal

Jane Elkins, Staff Writer

March 20, 2019

A huge college admission scheme was unveiled on Tues. March 12 was the largest of its kind the Justice Department has ever seen, prosecutors said. The scheme involved at least 50 offenders across six states, millions of dollars...

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