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New Project Lead the Way Course to be introduced for 2018-2019

By: James Springer, Hayden Renaghan, Ariel Ruiz, and Emma Scharff Project Lead the Way, a series of courses offered at Bethesda- Chevy Chase High School, will be adding the Engineering Design and Development course to the four currently offered for the 2018-2019 school year. The PLTW classes offered this year are Intro to Engineering, Principles […]

Activism at B-CC High School

By Lydia Hamilton, Aranza Lara Arizpe, Kathleen Monahan, and Daniel Rosentover On Wednesday, March 14 at 10:00 a.m., B-CC students marched around the baseball field in solidarity with students around the country to honor the Parkland victims and to protest gun violence.   Seventeen minutes were alloted by the school administration to march with signs […]

Rockville High School Freshman May Actually be Twenty Years Old

Photo courtesy of the Rockville Ram’s webpage. An investigation into the age of a freshman basketball player at Rockville High School was conducted after a blog post revealed he may be 4 years older than he claimed. By: Rachel Auerbach, Sophia James, Iman Khosrodad, Lilly Behbahani, and Sydne Chesson. Jimmy Sorunke, born Olojumi Abayomi Sorunke, […]

8 New Electives Will Be Added For 2018-2019

By: James Springer, Ariel Ruiz, Hayden Renaghan, and Emma Scharff For the 2018-2019 school year, Bethesda- Chevy Chase High School will be introducing 8 new electives: Women’s Studies, IB Economics, Digital Art, IB World Religion, Dance, Team Sports, and new courses for Project Lead The Way. Our team of journalists spoke with B-CC counselor, Ms. […]

Journalism Night Feb 13, 2018

    Have we Broken the News? a distinguished panel on the state of journalism today   featuring…. Kimberly Adams | Marketplace Michael Isikoff | Yahoo Dana Milbank | The Washington Post Greg Miller | The Washington Post Elisa Muñoz | Inter. Women’s Media Found. Terence Samuel | NPR Whitney Shefte | The Washington Post Feb […]

Addressing Mental Health: A Difficult Truth

By Emily Schrader, Sophia Saidi and Paloma Delgado Photo taken by Nico Gonzalez, edited by Julia Mencher On Monday, November 27th, social media feeds were flooded with red hearts honoring the death of JoJo Greenberg, a junior at Walt Whitman High School who took her own life that day. Less than a week later, those […]

The End in Sight: Through barriers and fencing, we can see the promise of our new school

By Matt Cohen At this time just a year ago the construction site outside B-CC was just land being leveled out. There had been no foundation yet laid out for the renovation. Students still entered in and out of the main entrance. Now, the main entrance is nearing its reopening, and outside the front of […]

D.C.’s top sports journalists speak at B-CC

By Will Ginsberg If you weren’t at Sports Journalism Night you missed out, but don’t worry because here is a recap of all the exciting and interesting things that were said. The first panel featured prominent sports journal- ists including Dan Kolko of MASN, J.P. Finlay of NBC Sports Washington, Liz Clarke of The Washington […]

SGA releases Spirit Week schedule, students promote their own.

By: Jan Jasinski, Justin Anderson, Frannie Rosen, Simone Kulinski An alternative Spirit Week schedule, known as “Spirit Week 2.0”, has been shared on various Snapchat stories over the past week. It is organized by a number of anonymous students. SGA officials have been offended by the initiative and invite students to follow the original themes. […]

Senior Stress Soaring: Looming deadlines

photo credit: College Transitions By: Callie Wilks, Cole Doherty and Ryan Wilson   Seniors need constant reminders that it’s better to be proactive than to be stressed. Two stress factors at this point are the recommendation letter and the college application. Counselors have been going into senior English classes to talk more in depth about […]

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