The Wingspan

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The Wingspan

The Wingspan

(Photo taken by Abby Rothrock featuring Alice Kim on the left and Hannah Kim on the right)

What was it like being a student journalist?: A recap of our experience in Journalism I

Alice Kim and Hannah Kim June 9, 2022

Every Monday, we are faced with a great challenge. We sit down and wait for the editor-in-chief to begin our brainstorming session. Hands soar up high in the air, with diverse ideas ranging from the latest...

The Russo-Ukrainian War: A Ukrainian Exchange Student’s Experience

Naomi Chao and Joanne Yoon March 21, 2022

Yevheniia Matvieieva has been forced to watch from across the globe as her home country is invaded during the largest European conflict since World War II.  A Centennial junior and Ukrainian foreign...

Howard County Public School System Changes Start Times

Alice Kim and Hannah Kim March 1, 2022

Every day, high school students wake up at dawn to start learning at 7:25 a.m. On Thursday, February 10, the Howard County Board of Education confirmed a change to the start time, with high school’s...

Reflection on the 4×4

Emily Hollwedel  March 1, 2021

With the halt of in-person schooling due to COVID-19, Howard County, like many other school systems across the nation, has had to adapt and overcome the adversities of teaching virtually. Soon enough,...

President Biden Inauguration

Sasha Allen January 28, 2021

On Wednesday, January 20, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris were sworn into office. Joe Biden is the 46th President of the United States, and Vice President Kamala Harris made history...

Online Schooling’s Effect on College Essays

Jeramy Stavlas and Adithi Soogoor November 13, 2020

Every fall, seniors across the country strive to finish their college application essays, writing draft after draft of revisions. Typically, these revisions are made through the mandatory grade 12 English...

Entertainment During Isolation

Emily Hollwedel October 6, 2020

Six months. That’s how long we’ve been in quarantine. Over half a year has passed since students stopped going to school, sports practices, or anywhere else outside of the house. With all of this sudden...

Clubs and the 2020 Presidential Election

Sasha Allen October 2, 2020

Right now, everything looks a little different than it did just six months ago. But “everything” doesn’t just stop at our everyday routines; it translates into all parts of daily life, including...

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