Montgomery Blair High School's Online Student Newspaper
Monday, February 8, 2016 10:12 pm
Latest:

Features

Almost 40 percent of Blair students have at some point been enrolled in ESOL classes. Donald De Alwis
Almost 40 percent of Blair students have at some point been enrolled in ESOL classes.

A whole new world

ESOL classes are an important part of helping students adapt to their new country and succeed academically but, above all, they are made up of hard-working students and teachers.

"Habari Gani" from our Blazers to you

Kwanzaa is a vibrant and soulful sibling in the holiday triumvirate consisting of Hanukkah and Christmas that runs through late December. Although celebrated by a minority of people, it holds a major importance the mix of wintry festivities.

More Features »

Answering the call

Could someone at Blair help stop the people that mean to do harm? And what convinces Blazers to risk their own lives in the defense of others? These dedicated students explain what drives them.

Condoning consumption

In the light of a recent fatal drunk driving accident, students and parents reflect on what happens when parents allow underage drinking in their house.

The art of grafitti

We all want to feel in control of our own lives, and for some that means following the rules, while for others it means breaking them. Graffiti artists do that by adding a burst of color and their personal mark on the world around them.

To attend or not attend, that is the question

In recent years, many black students have faced the decision between attending an HBCU or a predominantly white institution (PWI). That decision has become increasingly difficult due to the turbulent financial situations at many HBCUs and sometimes hostile environments at some PWIs.

Much Ado for Blair theater as show time neared

As the first drawing of the curtain nears, nerves abound backstage. And after the final drawing of the curtain, pride and oftentimes tears are apparent in the days after performance week.
Next 5

Feature Quote

"I like to travel with teens because I like to watch them see the world for the first time" - Anne Cullen