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An End to Eternity

Christmas Eve, Washington D.C. Raw, wet wind sweeps across the silent city, creating a sense of imminent snow that for those sitting in front of…

Parties Vs Fiestas

The United States and Mexico have drastic differences relating to how society functions when it comes to social gatherings. In other countries, the U.S is…

The Bathroom Blockers

Picture this. You’re in math class, and you cannot focus on your calculus equations because you, as a human being with a bladder and basic…

When School Spirit Turns Exclusive

While B-CC preaches diversity and has been labeled as one of the more inclusive high schools in MCPS, certain friend groups still reign over the…

The Cowardice Behind the Times’ Anonymous Op-Ed

On September 5, a senior White House official stepped forward and wrote an anonymous op-ed piece describing President Donald Trump’s“amorality,” reckless decision making, and “erratic…

Priority Parking

Driving to school is a rite of passage for many high school students. You get a permit at 15 and 9 months, a license at…

Family First in an Iranian Life

As many Barons can attest, being exposed to two different cultures a blessing but it is also quite difficult. My family is from Iran. Both…

Fez Fridays- A Fresh New Club

The Fez Friday club was started this year by sophomore Lewis Sisler and debuted officially at last week’s club fair. The club has garnered a…

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