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Mustard Seed is a store in Bethesda, Maryland which sells both secondhand and new clothes. Courtesy of Washingtonian

'Tis the season to shop secondhand

When faced with a sudden need for a slew of new outfits, affordable is the way to go. After doing your spring cleaning, head to some of these secondhand stores in the area to get more clothes for less money.

Blazer baseball on long-term rain delay

Recently, a number of the Blair baseball team's (5-3) home games have been postponed because of field conditions. The team has also been unable to get onto the field for practice.
Stina Rexford poses with her fellow Einstein students who play on the Blair team on senior night. Courtesy of Stina Rexford

Skate like a girl

Stina Rexford looks like any other Blair hockey player. But she's unusual in two ways. First, she's not a Blazer off the ice. Second, she's the only girl on the team.
Juniors Rachit Agarwal and Eric Guerci pose after filming the "Meet the Candidates" interviews. Courtesy of Rachit for SMOB

Student members of the board who won't leave you bored

It's important that all voting students are familiar with the candidates' platforms and experience. SCO has you covered: our profiles of the two candidates will give you the rundown on the 2015-2016 SMOB.

Blair on lockdown following gas station robbery

Today, school security guards put Montgomery Blair High School on lockdown beginning at the start of the school day following an attempted robbery at the Shell gas station on the corner of University Blvd. and Colesville Rd.

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The Madness behind NCAA's Morals

There seems to be something quite un-American about the notion that the people who are working the hardest during March Madness are also the ones who don't receive any gain. College athletes deserve monetary compensation for their hard work.


DC's legalization battle

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Interim Superintendent announces budget cuts for the 2015-2016 fiscal year

On March 9, Montgomery County Public Schools' interim superintendent Larry Bowers announced plans for countywide budget cuts in preparation for an expected decline in state aid and funding.

Islamophobia and anti-Semitism in Europe

MCPS requests snow day waiver

Entertainment »

"Bruised" leaves a mark

Sarah Skilton's quirky, raw, and honest debut novel offers an unpolished glimpse into the emotional and physical unraveling of a teenager burdened from a traumatic event.

"The Living" saves itself from a lack of life

"Out of Nowhere" is packed with substance

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Girls’ lacrosse routs Einstein

A cold Friday night proved to be no obstacle for Blair’s girls’ lacrosse team (1-2) as they defeated the Einstein Titans (0-3) by a final score of 13-5. The Blazers took the lead early and dominated for the rest of the game.

Boys’ tennis bests Sherwood

Boys' lacrosse falls to the Cougars