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January 19, 2018 Word Of The Day is Accolade: An expression of praise or admiration. An award or privilege granted; an acknowledge of merit. Sentence: The social activist was given an accolade to recognize her efforts to fight for justice.
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Politics

Open Letter to Politicians

January 14, 2018 12:42am | Jalia Williams, Tynece Roberts

Dear Politicians, We need your help to address gun violence in Prince George’s County. There should be more laws introduced to stop people from acquiring guns without the proper licenses and qualifications. We would also appreciate it if you all would speak more on gun […]

President Destroys Dreams

January 12, 2018 9:00pm | Angel Ramos

President Trump has declared that the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) protecting more than 200,000 Salvadoran families will be evicted from the United States and almost all Salvadoran immigrants will be forced to move back to their countries. Many Salvadoran families in the community are in […]

Uranium One Investigation

January 1, 2018 6:51pm | Jade Banks

A deal made 2010 arranged that the US would sell 20% of its Uranium mines to Russia. Recent allegations amidst the current administration have brought up that Hillary Clinton had a deciding vote concerning the deal. During the 2010 presidency, under the Obama administration, Hillary Clinton […]

City Council

December 11, 2017 7:00pm | Jimmy Edme

The Glenarden city council is preparing to repeal a current Charter Resolution that was adopted in November of 2016. This grants 16 year old residents of Glenarden the right to vote in local elections. This Charter Amendment which lowered the voting age from 18-16 years old, […]

Maryland weapon ban.

December 4, 2017 7:19pm | Anthony Gomez, Markell Mills

According to Maryland Supreme Court, you are not allowed to have “assault long guns” or a magazine with more than 10 bullets. This gun law has been tried and on Monday November 27, 2017 the National Rifle Association (NRA) tried to challenge the gun law […]

Mock Trials is Underway

November 7, 2017 7:06pm | Evan Eubanks

On Wednesday, October 25, I spoke with Ms. Blake and the 2 co-captains or the mock-trial team. The team meets every Tuesday and Thursday at 2:30 in room 727. From what I’ve been told, before the season starts in the Winter that time may change. During […]

Class of 2k19 Treasurer

November 6, 2017 5:49pm | Danielle Barnes

The class of 2k19 had the opportunity to vote for the spot of treasurer. The students were able to vote between the time of 12am on Tuesday, October 31,2017 to 11:59pm Thursday, November 2,2017. I did an interview with one of the candidates Alliah Johnson. […]

My Experience With The 2016 Election

November 3, 2017 6:55pm | Jade Banks

America is considered the epitome for the most diverse country in the world, no matter the language you speak or where you come from. But ever since the 2016 presidential election the common question was raised: “Where do you stand politically?”, although some people mean […]

Class of 2019 Delegates

October 27, 2017 3:16pm | Anuoluwapo Adepegba

Thursday, October 19, was the last day for delegate applicants to submit their forms. After the Class of 2019 sponsors, Ms. Jones and Ms. Lukomska-Schlauch, reviewed applications, seven people were accepted to be delegates. Over the weekend, applicants were informed of their acceptance. On Tuesday, […]

Ode to Puerto Rico

October 26, 2017 6:23pm | Aderonke Adelegan, Faith Nwagugo, Jalia Williams, Terrance Brantley, Junior Langmia

Puerto Rico with your beautiful, sandy beaches and clear water