Montgomery Blair High School's Online Student Newspaper
Tuesday, June 19, 2018 1:50 pm

Lois Bangiolo

Online Managing Editor
Lois Bangiolo was born on March 14, pi day, an auspicious date as she is now in the math-science magnet. In addition to writing for Silver Chips Online she runs track and is secretary of the MBHS Key Club.

Stories Authored (63)

Lost in Translation

Hand in the sand

First outdoor pep rally held in three years

Blair track runs away with a victory

Puzzling through the day

Maryland a step behind in saving lives

Second semester parking permits available today

SGA implements new process for club grants

Blazers win top awards at the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium

Putting the wet back into the wetlands

Painless fundraising takes the work out of raising money

Blair music groups to perform in Downtown Silver Spring

Fall Sports Awards honors Blair athletes

Students invited to participate in "Reflections"

Better discussion needed throughout the community

Out to lunch

SGA plans new events for the year

Newly revised ID policy discussed at PTSA meeting

PTSA to address new ID policy at Oct. 17 meeting

Four college fairs to be held in October

Harvard should look closer at its reasons for eliminating early action

A "Silver Lining" for China's needy students

Blair Awards Night honors exemplary students

Blazers honored at Spring Sports Award Banquet

Blazers to advance to state track meet

Girls' track places sixth in the county

Blazers place in the mile before rain cuts county track meet short

Blair's It's Academic club competes in Knowledge Master Open

Blair competes at county Envirothon

Blair music captures top honors at Heritage Music Festival

Takoma Park Middle School Florida trip cancelled

Blair students and teacher win Siemens Foundation awards

Behind the ball

New plan will allow student drop-off on University side

Blair track runs past Rockville

Computer Team finishes second at University of Maryland contest

Visible Proofs

Censorship: Google's newest business strategy

Blair students advance in Reflections Program

Blair English teacher named Haywood All-Star Teacher

Bill to require defibrillators in Maryland schools introduced in State Senate

Traditional treats

College Board contemplating change to SAT

BlazerNet and BlairConnect blazing toward the future

Sinclairs place third at Howard County Winter Fest

Indoor Track Runs at MCPS Developmental Meet

Blair girls finish third, boys fourth in distance medley relay

Blair's It's Academic team competes in KMO

On the Rhode to Oxford

Blair alumni selected as Rhodes Scholars

MCPS schools compete for a $5,000 education grant

Blazers place at State Cross Country meet

Cross Country Season Review 2005

Blair teachers named UMD "Merrill Master Teachers"

Silver Chips Online's official Halloween guide

The captain's curse

Cross country beats Blake and Paint Branch

Boys and girls win against Paint Branch, but fall to Magruder

Translating from German to English

"Just Like Heaven": Just a cliché

Momo Taro Sushi: A taste of Japan in Rockville

Blair students hold car wash for Hurricane Katrina victims

Blair team places 8th at Maryland Envirothon

Galleries (2) Halloween

Pictures (9)

Team CX has the lead in the County Envirothon. From left to right: Ben Li, Olivia Buzek, Jeff Guo, Alex Pei and Justin Chow
InToneNation sings Christmas carols in room 244 on Dec. 23.
Olivia Buzek, BlazerNet president Kevin McGehee and Julie Kaufman work on the code for BlazerNet.
What hides behind the CAP office door? Why, a witch, a surgeon, and...Bigfoot?
Tasteful and holiday-colored, secretary Cherrie Avery's outfit brings a classy touch of Halloween to the Main Office.
The Media Center doesn't just have a great collection of spooky books, it also has some very festive librarians who showed their spirit on Halloween.
English teacher Michael Horne makes a bold statement with his shirt.
Senior Sophie Esparza chases after a soccer ball during practice.
Blair students and volunteers held a carwash on Sept. 3 and Sept. 5 at the Four Corners Safeway to benefit the victims of Hurricane Katrina. The group raised more than $1,500 over the two days.