How to Survive the SAT

How to Survive the SAT

Anne Saba

April 10, 2015

Hey juniors! Are you ready to take the SAT on April 15th in school? For a lot of you, this will be your first experience with the almost four hour long test, and if it’s the only time you plan on taking it, then it’s important to make this one count. Here’s some advice from someone who has alread...

Artsy, Artsy Seniors

Artsy, Artsy Seniors

Tiffany Amoroso & Emma Jablow

March 26, 2015

Every year, Towson AP Studio Art seniors gather their art from the year and display it along the walls of the library hallway. At 4 o’clock on each night of the three art shows, the hallway fills with people, food, and drinks as art admirers peruse the art exhibits. Seniors explained that they are...

Bullying Prevention Week: What You Can Do to Promote Kindness

Bullying Prevention Week: What You Can Do to Promote Kindness

Heather Seyler

March 12, 2015

With all of the snow in the week of March 2-6, 2015, a few things may have slipped by. Classes may have pushed back a few quizzes, teachers may have chucked lessons they found less important, and students may have “accidently” slept through a few homework assignments. But one event passed by that...

New Dates for Hairspray!

New Dates for Hairspray!

Nicole Race

March 12, 2015

Are you looking forward to seeing our spring musical, Hairspray? The cast of the Towson High School Theater would like to remind you that the show dates have been postponed. Originally scheduled for Thursday March 19th, Friday March 20th, and Saturday, March 21st, the new dates are: Thursday, April 16th, ...

Connections Between Hairspray and Towson

Connections Between Hairspray and Towson

Ciara Donegan

March 10, 2015

Anybody who has seen Hairspray knows that it took place in Baltimore, but did you know about all of these other connections to Baltimore and Towson? Many of the locations in the original 1988 version of the movie were filmed in Baltimore, unlike the 2007 musical, which was filmed in Toronto. Scenes i...

Tips to Prevent Procrastination and Laziness

Tips to Prevent Procrastination and Laziness

James Kavanagh

March 10, 2015

As we head into the second half of the year and the end of winter, it can be hard to stay motivated to get work done in time and keep up with your studies. While it’s natural to feel run down as the year drags on, you don’t want these feelings to get the better of you and let your grades slip. This...

Accepting Your Acceptances And Rejections

Evelyn Atieno

February 9, 2015

In the stressful world of senior year, which includes college applications, SATs, ACTs, and APs, how can you not go CRAZY? The hardest dilemma that seniors battle is the impatience we face while waiting for decisions from colleges. Submitting the application is only half the battle, but what happens...

What You Can Do to Be Social in the New Year: Upcoming THS Events

What You Can Do to Be Social in the New Year: Upcoming THS Events

Anne Saba

January 30, 2015

Are you tired of the same old cycle of school, homework, and sleep? Or are you looking to break the anti-social trend of spending hours and hours alone in your room on your computer? Well, spend a few more minutes on your computer and finish reading this article. Hopefully it will give you some ideas...

What do THS students think of the A/B schedule?

What do THS students think of the A/B schedule?

Ciara Donegan

January 21, 2015

This school year, THS enacted a new schedule with only four classes each day, allowing a total of eight classes to be taken instead of the previous seven. Now, almost halfway through the school year, students have formulated their opinions on the schedule, and the question is: is the new schedule better...

Angels of the Salvation Army

Angels of the Salvation Army

Miguel Swing

December 5, 2014

Volunteering at the Salvation Army for the holiday season is like making miracles happen for the less fortunate. Whether it’s picking an “angel” - a child to shop for - or distributing gifts, anything is worth doing to put a smile on kids’ faces when they see the glimmering ribbons and shining...

Return of the Snowpocalypse

Return of the Snowpocalypse

Ciara Donegan

November 25, 2014

Last winter, Maryland had 26 inches of snow, six inches above average. This was not even close to the so-called “snowpocalypse” or “snowmageddon” of 2009-2010 when 77 powdery inches fell in Baltimore County, and an all-time record of 262.5 inches accumulated in Garrett County. This winter is...

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