A judge ruled yesterday that the Transport Workers Union's strike, which left many New York City commuters without transportation yesterday morning, is illegal. The $1 million-a-day fine against the union was determined.
Nipon Saisaard is a senior at Blair of Thai nationality. He was born in the Buriram province of Thailand and grew up in the country for majority of his life. When he was thirteen, Saisaard moved to Silver Spring.
Adja Koite left Senegal when she was twelve years old because her father, who worked for the embassy in Dakar, was relocated to the District.
This graphic tee offers humor.
This Bob Marley shirt can be found at stores like Up Against The Wall and The Last Stop.
With activist Che Geuvara on her shirt, senior Daphney Jean is all smiles.
Large jewelry, along with other accessories are popular fall fashion this year. Click here for a fall fashion tour.
This senior is sporting the male blazer and jeans look
Some graphic tees carry messages and/or cartoon characters.
A Blazer wearing another variation of the "shrug."
This Blazer is wearing sneaker much like the popular checkered Vans.
Sophomore Alonda Robinson wears a fashionable pouche.
This Blazer is very fashionable in his ripped jeans.
This graphic tee is from H&M.
Track jackets are comfortable and come in various colors, brands and designs.
Graphic tees are a rage at Blair.
Senior Fridayla Pal has an elaborte hair style.
Another fashionable pair of destroyed jeans.
The notorius checkered Vans.
Senior Ana Ponce wears a white Blazer tha can be bought at stores like Hollister and Express.
Sophomore Carlos Mesa clashes bright yellow, orange and red.
Psychology teacher Ms. Jessell puts on a masterful disguise, complete with a blonde wig, for Wacky Tacky Day.
Nine Blazer girls show off their school spirit by dressing in funky florals and winter accessories.
Five sophomore friends contrast stripes and plaid.
Junior Brandon John-Freso is proud of his bright red suit.