Farewell Avid Seniors

Mya Stengel, Staff Writer

June 11, 2019


Filed under School News

It’s a yearly tradition to wave with sad eyes at the leaving Seniors in May. Avid is a class that follows each other through four years of high school. They learn to work with each other and to trust each other. That’s why it's always sad to say goodbye.   AVID – Advancement Via Individ...

Best Song Requests for Prom 2019

Best Song Requests for Prom 2019

Glenn Young, Staff Writer

May 22, 2019


Filed under School News, Student Life

Prom is one of the best times of year to show off your musical taste to your peers. You want to be sure to make the correct song request so that your classmates don’t think you’re a dork. “I asked for the wrong song (Mo Bamba) at Jprom and now everyone hates me,” testifies Milo Fisher, 12. D...

No Rest For The Wicked

No Rest For The Wicked

Mya Stengel, Staff Writer

May 20, 2019


Filed under School News, Student Life

Every year since the beginning of our education, students have been given the gift of seasonal breaks. When the year begins to drag on and you start to feel like your stuck in an endless look off gallery walks, essays, and equations, you can relax knowing that Easter is almost here and you’ll be headed...

Important Tips for Taking AP’s

Caelinn Satterfield

May 14, 2019


Filed under School News, Student Life

AP season can be a very stressful time for students: anticipating a test that can be up to 4 hours long, cramming all the information you forgot throughout the year, and trying to keep on top of your work from regular classes. Among all the stress, it can be hard to perform to the best of your abilit...

Is Spring Break Still A Thing?

Is Spring Break Still A Thing?

Angelica Nina, Staff Writer

May 6, 2019


Filed under School News, Showcase

As March comes to an end, students are counting down the days till spring break. With all the stress, anxiety, and amount of school work mounted a much-needed break is beyond prolonged. Since governor Hogan has announced starting school after Labor Day, our spring breaks have been shortened. Recently,...

Ring a Ling Ding

Ring a Ling Ding

Angelica Nina, Staff Writer

March 19, 2019


Filed under School News, Showcase

As we near the date of ring dance, which is scheduled to take place on March 22nd, there have been some speculations as to why the SGA has prohibited the entrance of other high school students. When that was announced, all sophomores were extremely upset about the news and some are even thinking to not go ...

The Physics Olympics

The Physics Olympics

Mya Stengel, Staff Writer

February 27, 2019


Filed under School News, Showcase

Game, set, and match. It’s that time again, once year Towson high students take to the science wing in teams of two to decide who will represent our school during the annual physics games. Lead by Mr. Joquemans, the teams are given three challenges to test their mental and physical abilities to help...

A Virus Called Midterms

A Virus Called Midterms

Solomon Marshall, Staff Writer

February 4, 2019


Filed under School News, Showcase

The third week of the fresh 2019 year will install loads of stress in most Towson High students. What’s the cause of these large amounts of stress you ask?  Why none other than the uncurbable disease during the second quarter. An illness worse than the Black Plague itself; the time among us...

2018 Winter Spirit Week Slideshow

2018 Winter Spirit Week Slideshow

Sam Beatty, Staff Editor

January 4, 2019


Filed under School News, Showcase

A Goodbye To Fall Cheerleading

A Goodbye To Fall Cheerleading

Tyleah McNair, Staff Writer

November 28, 2018


Filed under School News

Sadly, the fall cheerleading season has come to an end. The cheerleaders began the season over the summer with Coach Jacobs and Coach Alexander. There were so many new faces at the 2018 fall cheerleading try-outs. After choosing 24 people, the season began!   The cheerleading squad has improved a lot from previous seasons. In past seasons, the team consisted of about 7...

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Tech Week 2018

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Tech Week 2018

Mya Stengel, Staff Writer

November 28, 2018


Filed under School News

November is finally here, and magic is in the air as Towson High’s very own acting stars take the stage in a storm of fairies, magic, and foolish mortals. The time has come for our annual winter play, and with actors and crew now working together, anticipation and excitement is flowing through the...

How Devices Help Towson

How Devices Help Towson

Braden Hamelin, Editor

November 8, 2018


Filed under Opinion, School News

The much-anticipated devices have finally arrived at Towson. Despite my own personal reservations to using them in an everyday classroom scenario, they’ve really grown on me. As a senior trying to complete countless college applications and even more essays, having a laptop for the sole purpose of...

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