Montgomery Blair High School's Online Student Newspaper
Tuesday, July 17, 2018 11:12 am

Shannon Egan

Page Editor
Shannon Egan is excited to be a second semester senior. Her hobbies include napping, cleaning her room, making friendship bracelets and listening to the Spice Girls. Shannon’s favorite television shows are Alias, The O.C., American Dreams and Desperate Housewives. She enjoys ponies, puppies and everything pink. Shannon spends her summers at Camp Potomac Woods, a Girl Scout camp where she is a counselor. Shannon is looking forward to graduation, summertime and going to college where the weather is warm.

Stories Authored (51)

Destination Imagination Team to fundraise for trip to Global Finals

Blazers place in National Latin Exam

SGA to sponsor blood drive on April 29

Romano's Macaroni Grill serves more than just pasta

“Gossip Girl” novels are shallow but enjoyable

Winter activities for Blazers and their families

Takoma Park resident renovates home to fight global warming

Holiday light shows in the D.C. area

SGA to hold freshman social after school on Nov. 23

AFI to host free screening of Super Size Me on Nov. 20

Teen sniper receives two more life sentences

Lunar eclipse may be visible in D.C. area tonight

Einstein to host sixth annual College Fair on Oct. 11

Douglass, David

Eastern graduate dies in car accident

One Tree Hill is a guilty pleasure

Blair featured in The Washington Post for overcrowding

Takoma Park Folk Festival entertains people of all ages

County installs more red-light cameras

Genie Holmes to embrace new opportunities in California

Pentagon Papers whistle-blower Daniel Ellsberg speaks at Blair

Bus driver stabbed at Metro station

Ledo’s Pizza to sponsor after-prom fundraiser on May 18

InToneNation to hold spring concert on May 14

Baja Fresh to host after-prom fundraiser

Nothing mean to say about Mean Girls

Last school day for students returns to June 15

Bomb threat causes evacuation of Prince George's County schools

AP exams to be held at Columbia Union College

Sophomore chef featured in The Washington Post

Two Loudoun County teens dead after car crash

Blair baseball players in the press

Preliminary agreement made for raises to teachers

Blazers take National Assessment of Educational Progress test

The search for a perfect college is made easier by the Internet

Summer Delights to hold after-prom fundraiser Saturday night

STD infection rates connected to ignorance in American youth

BOE candidate Valerie Ervin to visit Mayorga

Middle school student returns to school after sharing his ‘kill list’

Amnesty International sponsors teach-in on sex slavery

Regular registration for AP exams ends Feb 20

Holes finds its place among Sachar’s best

Britney Spears is In The Zone

NBC’s family drama captures American Dreams

Amnesty International fights for human rights

Blazers share Thanksgiving fare

Distler, James

God of Beer is compelling and freakishly realistic

Annual powderpuff football game postponed again

Unemployment rates high

Amanda Bynes shines in What a Girl Wants

Galleries (2) Youth and Government

Pictures (9)

Seniors Austin Grasty, Jon Carney, Martin Gilbert, Dan Greene, Russel Foreman and Phuson Hulamm eat breakfast outside a coffee shop in Annapolis.
Youth and Government delegates Marcie Wells and Blair senior Phuson Hulamm speak in the Senate debating their bill legalizing euthanasia in the state of Maryland.
President of the Senate Mike Miller and Maryland Governor Robert Ehrlich, Jr.  speak in the senate quarters to the youth senators in Youth and Government
Senior Maggy Acosta debates in the senate on the Youth and Government's annual 3 day trip to Annapolis for mock legislature.
Youth Governor Karima Tawfik and Youth Speaker of the House Nick Tucker, both Blair students, speak with Speaker of the House Michael Busch, while Youth Lt. Governor Colleen Considine and President of the Senate Brent Follin look on.
Junior Elizabeth Packer and senior Rachel Feely-Kohl pose in front of the statehouse in Annapolis during the Youth and Government trip.
Lisa Moscatiello and Dave Chappell perform on the Grove Stage at the Takoma Park Folk Festival on Sept. 12.
Beth-Allison and the Well-Strung Boys perform on the Field Stage while Festival-goers watch from the hill at TPMS.