Name: Jeanne Yang
Position: Page Editor
Graduation Year: 2003
Jeanne Yang is an Asian (yes, that means black-haired brown-eyed) girl in the Maggot (err, the Magnet . . . ) Program at Montgomery Blair High School. She spends her time doodling her little anime drawings, chatting with friends online, and struggling to complete her homework. If she has any spare time, she spends it bothering her two pets (a.k.a. her brothers), practicing the violin, and doing other forms of procrastination. Jeanne has lived in many places of the Eastern and Southern US. She was born in Alabama on October 6, 1985, and has lived in Texas, North Carolina, New Jersey, and finally moved to Maryland two weeks after her youngest brother was born in 1995. Yes, do the math, and they are ten years apart. Scary, isn't it? Anyway, she is proud to declare herself a member of the class of '03 (YEAH 'O3!!). Oh, one more thing. If she isn't found doing one of the above-mentioned items, she is sometimes sighted at one volleyball court or another trying desperately to set with the few fingers she has left that aren't jammed or bruised.
Blair's computer network will be down Monday through Wednesday during the week of May 19. A new infrastructure will be installed, and wire closets will be cleaned.
Teachers United defeated the Gnats in the finals of the Changuris Cup on Apr 1 with a final score of 3-1.
Several parts of Blair were covered with graffiti on Mar 24.
Henry Allen, winner of the Pulitzer for his criticism of photography in 2002, talked to Blair CAP students Dec 16.
The girls' varsity volleyball season ended with a disappointing loss to Whitman after an outstanding season of 12-2. The game lasted for two hours with a final score of 14-16, 6-15, 15-9, 12-15 in four matches.
According to Principal Phillip Gainous, a producer and filming crew from Good Morning America will be visiting Blair to film students' reactions to the recent sniper attacks.
In a room cramped with students, a man stands at the board with small black and white chips in his hands. As he places them over a yellow board mounted on the wall, the pieces magically form strategic patterns in an age-old game of conquering land and enemy pieces.