Montgomery Blair High School's Online Student Newspaper
Saturday, July 21, 2018 4:09 am
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Deepa Chellappa

Online Editor-in-Chief
deepa.chellappa@gmail.com
The high point of Deepa’s life thus far occurred when she waved to Mickey Mouse at a Disney World parade and he blew her a kiss in return. Needless to say, she hates Minnie with a passion. In her free time, Deepa can be found chasing after little yellow tennis balls, dancing (Indian-style!), singing (Indian-style!), playing the violin (see a pattern yet?) and eating burritos. She feels that watching Top Chef should be a prerequisite to…everything.

Stories Authored (54)

Supersized campaign

snoWatch turns powerWatch

Memorial service to be held tomorrow

County opens additional overnight shelters

snomg: How much more can we take?

snoWatch: Blizzard blues

snoWatch: The quest for milk

snoWatch: The snow just keeps coming

Blair senior remembered after death

snoWatch: What the flurries?

snoWatch: Our noses are frozen

snoWatch: We could be making history

snoWatch: Or should we say floodWatch?

International leaders hold emergency snoWatch meeting

Students escorted off campus in handcuffs

Fight occurs after school on Blair campus

Freshmen hazing mars beginning of spirit week

Blazer involved in weekend car accident

"Half-Blood Prince" casts a thrilling spell

Metro Red Line crash kills nine and injures dozens

Two suspected swine flu cases reported in Montgomery County

Panthers prove to be easy prey for Blazers

Doyle leaves Blair to join military

Silver turns green

Lady Blazers stick it to Blue Devils

Montgomery County initiates a three-part plan to decrease crime

Patriots conquer girls' lacrosse

Double the fun in "Duplicity"

Blair senior receives All-American swimming honor

"Shopaholic" is a fashion faux pas

Redskins tight end visits Blair to announce scholarship

Blair swim and dive places fourth at divisionals

Blair swim and dive pounces on unsuspecting Cougars

Baywatch: one Blazer's efforts to call attention to our troubled waters

A step towards security

Bengals fall prey to Blair swim and dive

Alumni Day features presentation held Wednesday

Friday's open mic will be monthly treat

Blair swim and dive roasts Colonels

Shut up and pledge

The cunning crossword crew

Crunchy, minty, chocolate-y delight

Taming tempers

United we stand

"Madagascar 2" roars past its predecessor

Save our bladders

A strong buzz for "Bees"

Construction begins on new Silver Spring Transit Center

Freshmen election results announced

Community feedback collected for new library

A makeover gone wrong

Step away from "Step Brothers"

Davis, Celita

Edwards wins Fourth District special election

Songs Reviewed (1)

ArtistTrackRating
Britney SpearsWomanizer
3 stars

Galleries (2) Peppermint Bark

Pictures (13)

Our poor car just recovered from one massive storm - it took a good two hours to get it running again. How much more can it take?
Despite the heavy-duty shoveling (my shoulder is still sore), our neighborhood was a winter wonderland.
It's hard to tell where the houses are...
These swirly lights (called compact fluorescent light bulbs or CFLs) use about 75 percent less energy than conventional bulbs.
Junior co-captain Jeffrey Lin blazes his way to a huge first place win in the 100 Fly with a time of 55:88.
Stein and Donaldson work together to fill in the blanks, hoping to finish the puzzle in about two minutes.
or place in a decorative container to share with friends!
Break into pieces for a sweet and festive snack...
Spread the melted chocolate onto the white chocolate layer.
Pour the melted white chocolate onto the aluminum foil and chill in refrigerator to create white chocolate layer.
2. Melt the chopped white chocolate until it is smooth and creamy.
1. Only a few ingredients are required to make this delicious treat.
Davis hangs out with the students she describes as her "lunch buddies."