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Boy’s Basketball powers through Paint Branch

Coming home off two close losses, the Blair boys’ basketball team (8-6) stepped up the energy and disposed of the Paint Branch Panthers (5-8) 69-59.
Look out your window at all that blue snow, Maryland! Courtesy of the Weather Channel

SCO snoWatch: January 26, 2015 (take two)

Yesterday's snowstorm left us less than enchanted and wetter than we'd like. Could its second leg give us the snow day we're after?

Girls' Basketball keeps Bengals at bay

Tuesday’s game became representative of everything the Blazers (7-5) have been striving for all season, as the team stepped up to defeat the Blake Bengals (6-6) by playing tight defense and aggressive offense.

The doctor in the classroom

There are more doctors in Blair than you may think. Not the medical kind, though—doctors of philosophy and education. They've been students far longer than any of their students have—and are now able to pass on their knowledge in their classrooms.

SCO snoWatch: January 26, 2015

How-ev-er, before the snow day comes the call, and before the call comes predictions. SCO, of course, is the most accurate predictor of snow days; so stick around for updates on whether we'll be having a snow day this Monday.
 

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What's your favorite thing to do on a snow day?
  • Watch TV
  • Eat warm, yummy things
  • Play in the snow
  • Hang with friends
  • Do homework
  • Sleep
  • Not go to school
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Am I Charlie?

In the field of political satire there is an implicit barrier between satire and browbeating, between free speech and libelous hate: a barrier that Hebdo crossed a long time ago.

Flipping the classroom on its head

Shoveling out more snow days

News »

Takoma Park passes comprehensive ban against polystyrene eating-ware

On Monday, Nov. 10, the Takoma Park City Council passed a city-wide ban against the use of polystyrene eating-ware commonly found in many restaurants and retailers, making Takoma Park the first government entity to pass a comprehensive ban against polystyrene.

"No justice, no peace": protesters march in DC against police brutality and discrimination

Blair Counseling Department hosts Financial Aid Information Meeting

Entertainment »

"Clockwork Scarab" is a waste of time

"The Clockwork Scarab," by Colleen Gleason, has an interesting concept. Evaline Stoker, the sister of "Dracula" author Bram Stoker, and Alvermina Holmes, Sherlock's niece, are sent on a mysterious mission by Irene Adler to investigate the deaths of rich white girls.

"Night at the Museum 3: Secret of the Tomb" shows signs of life

Who's strong and brave, here to save the American way?

Sports »

Boys’ Basketball sneaks by Walter Johnson

The Blazers (7-3) came out on Thursday night and took care of business in crunch time, downing the Walter Johnson Wildcats (0-9) 57-55.

Boys' basketball falls to BCC

Boys’ Basketball routed by Richard Montgomery