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Varun Gulati

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Stories Authored (63)

Rollin' out in style

Blair requests additional AP fees from students

Springbrook junior elected SMOB

String of violent activity occurs on school grounds

Two Blazers win awards at Montgomery County History Day

Blazers garner multiple awards at county science fair

Final SMOB candidates to be selected on March 2

Parents, protesters clash with Army Cinema Van

Blair teacher charged with animal cruelty

Wizards' woes

Montgomery County: going in the right direction to prevent teenage drinking

Fire triggers second evacuation within 24 hours

UPDATE: Freshman apprehended in connection with arsons, faces charges

Trashcan fire prompts evacuation during seventh period

Fifty-one Blazers named National AP Scholars

Blair wins awards at physics competition

Blair makes AYP

Tag you're teaching!

UPDATE: New homecoming policy restricts bringing guests

Students offered PSAT incentives

Second fire drill occurs during third period

Blair pushes for SAT participation

Blair class of 2005 SAT scores lowest in five years

Blair junior dominates international math competition

Blair places at national quizbowl tournament

Counseling department offers abbreviated schedules

Two-car accident occurs in student parking lot

Senior Destinations 2005

Yearbooks arrive, staff prepares for distribution

Making music, one concert at a time

Blair tops Envirothon competition

Blair featured in The Washington Post Magazine

SCO's guide to getting rid of college mail

Blair tops competition at county science fair

Blair's Career Center provides for students in stressful times

Driving restrictions would benefit teen drivers

Harriet Tubman

Nine Blair students are candidates for Presidential Scholars awards

George Washington Carver

Series of thefts occur at Blair

Frederick Douglass

Athletic teams' water remains untested for lead

Chips Online visits India

WHFS becomes Spanish station

Nestuk, Lauren

Bringing cars, fun and fame under one roof

"Bah Humbug" no more

Seniors place in arts competition

47th Grammy nominee list released

Coalition accuses Department of Agriculture for faulty manuals, school systems of pesticide abuse

Eminem's Encore not his best

College fairs to be held in D.C. and Baltimore

Bike donations accepted as part of charity event

Fire drill cuts sixth period short

Alvik performs at Blair

Silver Spring's own nickel man

New nickel designs unveiled

Parking permit assignments to be released Monday

Colesville construction poses problems

Zee TV Heritage India Festival brings diversity to Montgomery County

College Access Conference educates and guides students

Garfield: The Movie should have stayed in still-frames

Bisselle, Dianne

Galleries (4) Environthon

Pictures (43)

A judge reviews a test after scores are released.
Students wait for the judges to announce the scores.
The soil pit where students enter and examine the soil composition.
Tree branches of the identification part of the "Forestry" exam.
A student measures the diameter of a tree.
A student measures the diameter of a tree at the Environthon Competition on April 27, where Blair took the top three places in the preliminary round.  <br><br>Click <a href = "http://silverchips.mbhs.edu/gallery.php?gid=34">here</a> to see a gallery of Environthon pictures.<br><br>
Christine Harpur, a governor on a Northern Ireland northern school board, spoke to Blair students on Friday, March 11.<br><br>
Eugene Martin, principal of Ulidia College in Northern Ireland, spoke to Blair students on Friday, March 18.<br><br>
Eugene Martin, principal of Ulidia College in Northern Ireland, spoke to Blair students on Friday, March 18.<br><br>
Christine Harpur, a governor on a Northern Ireland school board, spoke to Blair students on Friday, March 18.<br><br>
Christine Harpur, a governor on a Northern Ireland school board, spoke to Blair students on Friday, March 18.<br><br>
Freshman Christina Zou performs on a piano for parents and peers at Magnet Arts Night on Friday, Feb. 11. <br><br>
The 2005 Maserati Spyder captivates people with its sleek looks.
The sole Bentley vehicle stands in its bright red splendor.
The 2005 Ford GT is on display on a turning, hardwood platform.
Chip Ganassi's Target Indy Racing League car is displayed for all to see at the Washington Auto Show. <A HREF="/pop.php?gr=/gr/dec2004/Target_enlarged.jpg" TARGET="_blank">Click here to enlarge.</A>
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<a href="/gallery.php?gid=1">Click here</a> for a photo gallery from the show.<br>
The 2004 Toyota Tundra Nascar Craftsman truck stands on display.
The 2005 Chevrolet Corvette spins on a platform.
The Lexus RX 400h boasts being a midsize luxury SUV with a hybrid gas-electric engine.
A member of Maximum Velocity grabs his skateboard in midair.
A BMX rider accelerates down a mini ramp.
The Dodge Tomahawk stirs up exicitment from a small crowd.
The Hummer H2 rests on an incline.
The Jeep Treo rests on a boulder in the auto show.
Shrek contemplates life.
Ringo the bear reaches out to a child's hand.
Participants of the mini-race watch their cars at the start line.
Visitors examine the chassis of the Nissan Titan.
The 2005 Nissan Frontier houses a tent in its rear.
The Team Lexus IS 300 racecar is not accessible to the public.
The Cadillac Sixteen gathers a crowd's attention.
Shaggy D. shakes hands - or paws - with a child.
The Gingerbread Man acts shocked at the Washington Auto Show.
John Force gives an autographed picture to one of his fans.
The 617-horsepower engine of the Mercedes-Benz SLR.
The interior of the Mercedes-Benz SLR.
The Mercedes-Benz SLR stands on display.
Visitors peruse cars and exhibits at the Washington Auto Show.
Brooks Robinson gives signed pictures to his fans.
Brooks Robinson's autograph to SCO.
John Force's autograph to SCO.
Rock-it the techno robot poses for a picture.