Activists club hosted their first annual Activism Night from 5:30-8 p.m. on Apr. 5. Continue reading Activism Night connects students, local political groups
“I think my favorite part of wanting to pursue this dream is when I tell people and the expressions on their face, the look of concern.” Continue reading Student artists turn to entrepreneurship
Fallsmead Principal Roni Silverstein is visiting principal for the two months that Principal Intern Tiffany Awkard is acting principal. Continue reading Fallsmead principal fills position
A student from Montgomery Blair made second semester schedules available to MCPS students at his website MCPS Schedule Viewer (URL: mcpsschedule.me) on Nov. 18 before being shut down the next day. Continue reading Leaked second semester schedules induce excitement
A member of SGA confirmed that making the association racially representative of the school is an important factor in the selection process. Continue reading Demographics of SGA displays diversity
Mollika Singh front page editor We lack school spirit here. You do have your outliers, concentrated in seniors, SGA and sports teams like football and cheer. But overwhelmingly, the student body doesn’t seem proud to be Patriots. And it seems that some of those outlier groups may be to blame. Students don’t mind pep rallies, but not because they are excited to show their spirit. … Continue reading ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Does our school lack spirit?
It’s no secret that gender plays a role in what fields students pursue, even though it may be smaller than what it was a couple decades ago. At this school, the numbers show exactly how much gender influences course enrollment of various subjects. AP Economics and Child Development have relatively the most male and female students, respectively. AP Economics has a 65.8 percent lean while … Continue reading AP Econ, Child Development among courses with gender gap