The Pandemic’s Impact on Students

The Pandemic’s Impact on Students

Eve Joyce, Student Journalist April 4, 2022

It was obvious that the pandemic had significant impacts on students across the world. Many fell behind during virtual learning, and that gap has still not been closed. Recent standardized testing has...

School Plays: Emotional Baggage and I Can Carry It

School Plays: Emotional Baggage and I Can Carry It

Sara McKee, Student Journalist December 31, 2021

During the 9th, 10th, and 11th, the plays Emotional Baggage and I Can Carry It were performed by Towson’s very own theatre club. The play Emotional Baggage was about a group of people in a train station...

Administration Advises Students to “Report Suspicious Behavior” Amidst the “Devious Licks” Trend

Nicholas Elliott, Student Journalist November 2, 2021

Also referred to as dastardly licks, nefarious licks, or diabolical licks. Sinks, mirrors, lockers, and other school property have gone missing and many have videotaped their theft to follow the popular...

Class of 2025 Election Results

Alex Lohse, Student Journalist November 2, 2021

At the beginning of October, the freshmen class voted on the class officers that would represent them. After weeks of campaigning, the four class officers were recently announced: Damola Ariyibi for president,...

Homecoming and What to Expect

Alex Lohse, Student Journalist November 2, 2021

Homecoming is right around the corner, taking place on October 30th, the day after the pep rally on the 29th. However, due to COVID-19 restrictions from BCPS, it's going to look a little different this...

Towson’s Black History Month

February 3, 2020

Towson High School’s Black Student Union is dominating February with events all throughout Black History Month. Here’s the list of events:    1. Clothing and shoe drive  To kickoff Black...

Lights, Camera, English!

Kayla Tingley, Editor November 20, 2019

Meet Towson High’s newest English and Film teacher, you’ll love her.   Mrs. Malafarina (Mrs. Mal) is a lighthearted, fun, and very kind person to be around. Her classroom is full of books and...

Farewell Avid Seniors

Mya Stengel, Staff Writer June 11, 2019

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...

Best Song Requests for Prom 2019

Best Song Requests for Prom 2019

Glenn Young , Staff Writer May 22, 2019

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...

No Rest For The Wicked

No Rest For The Wicked

Mya Stengel , Staff Writer May 20, 2019

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...

Important Tips for Taking AP’s

Caelinn Satterfield May 14, 2019

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...

Is Spring Break Still A Thing?

Is Spring Break Still A Thing?

Angelica Nina, Staff Writer May 6, 2019

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...

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