The March Wingspan

March 21, 2013

The March Wingspan has arrived. We will be publishing the PDF version of each issue here, at chswingspan.wordpress.com. This will be great for mobile reading, along with keeping a copy for yourself. Click here for the March Issue...

How early is too early?

March 15, 2013

Words: Jordan Kudisch Photo: Paul Didwall “The early birds catches the worm” is a popular phrase used by many, but how many of these people actually believe it? Here’s a question for all high school students. Would you rather be starting school at 7:25 or 8:25? If you picked 8:25, you chose the obvious...

The February Wingspan

February 21, 2013

The February Wingspan has arrived. We will be publishing the PDF version of each issue here, at chswingspan.wordpress.com. This will be great for mobile reading, along with keeping a copy for yourself. Click for the February Issue PDF....

Rattling the Handle: A First Person Account of Realizing the Importance of Drills

January 29, 2013

Words: Miranda Mason Photos: Caroline Oppenheimer As a writer, I have always struggled with an overactive imagination, which is why I was one of the few people in my class who didn’t continue to laugh and chat as Dr. Perkins came onto the PA system to announce that a lockdown drill was now taking place. Most of m...

The December/Holiday Wingspan

January 2, 2013

The December/Holiday Wingspan has arrived. We will be publishing the PDF version of each issue here, at chswingspan.wordpress.com. This will be great for mobile reading, along with keeping a copy for yourself. Click for the December/Holiday Issue PDF....

Happy Holidays

December 21, 2012

[slideshow] Pictured Above: The Wingspan Staff decorates our publication room for the holiday season. Photos: Navraj Karla From our family to yours, Happy Holidays. The Wingspan will be on a online publication hiatus as we spend the holidays with our families and friends. Daily online publicatio...

Sugar Rush

December 20, 2012

Words: Amy Myers Coke or Pepsi? Soon this question will not be relevant on county-owned property due to the soda ban signed by Howard County executive, Ken Ulman. This means that at locations like Centennial Park or the Miller Branch Library, a water vender will replace the soda machine's spot next to ...

Too Soon to Talk – Responding to The Sandy Hook Tragedy

December 19, 2012

Words: Amy Myers Online newspapers, print newspapers, Facebook, Twitter, every national media source shares the same headline of the most recent devastating shooting. Sandy Hook Elementary has broken the hearts of Americans shore to shore. And with sick stomachs and clenched fists, we cannot seem to ...

The November Wingspan

November 20, 2012

The November Wingspan has arrived. We will be publishing the PDF version of each issue here, at chswingspan.wordpress.com. This will be great for mobile reading, along with keeping a copy for yourself. Click here to view The November Wingspan...

Happy Thanksgiving – We Will Return on November 26

November 20, 2012

[slideshow] Above: Co-Editor-in-Chief, Zack Newman has pies thrown at him as part of a pre-Thanksgiving celebration. Photo Credit: Caitlin Martin The Wingspan will be on a 5 day hiatus as we enjoy the Thanksgiving Holiday with our family and friends. We will return to bring you news on Monday, Novemb...

The October Wingspan

October 25, 2012

The Wingspan has arrived. In addition to the print copy, we will be publishing the PDF version of each issue here, at chswingspan.wordpress.com. The will be great for mobile reading, along with keeping a copy for yourself. Click here for the October PDF...

Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right (Amy Myers)

September 11, 2012

Today marks the anniversary of the terrorist attack that shook the nation. Year after year, Americans pay their respects to the heroes and victims lost to members of the al-Qaeda militant group. So naturally, the presidential candidates follow this precedent by halting all negative campaigning until...

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