Christina Feng

Name: Christina Feng
Position: Page Editor
Graduation Year: 2003
Christina Feng is a senior in the Magnet program at Blair High School and part of the print staff of Chips. She is coincidentally a Taurus and an Ox in both the Astrological and Chinese zodiac (weird!). She loves the arts, anything about the arts, but her favorite aspect is painting (oil painting is her medium of choice). She takes art classes and wishes she could draw like Van Gogh but so far it's no Gogh. When, no wait, IF she has free time, she likes to read, eat, go online, eat, draw, eat, and talk on the phone. When the weather's nice, she loves to play tennis and is currently on Blair's tennis team (GO BLAIR TENNIS!). Right now, she is simply taking each day one at a time, hoping for the best. The future is now, but she'll worry about that tomorrow.

Stories (13)

More portables to be installed

By Christina Feng | April 10, 2003, midnight | In Print »

Three more portables will be installed at Blair this summer because of a projected increase in Blair's enrollment for the next school year, said Business Manager Anne Alban. The portables will be built in the grassy area beside the batting cage and will not reduce parking spaces.

Snow extends year, shortens break

By Christina Feng | March 13, 2003, midnight | In Print »

Give us a break

By Christina Feng | Feb. 13, 2003, midnight | In Print »

Wootten ends stellar 46 years

By Christina Feng | Dec. 19, 2002, midnight | In Print »

Morgan Wootten, a Blair alumnus and the celebrated coach of DeMatha Catholic High School's acclaimed basketball team, retired on Nov 6, ending his career with more wins than any high school, college or professional coach in basketball history.

New Army powers

By Christina Feng | Dec. 19, 2002, midnight | In Print »

All U.S. public high schools are now required to provide military recruiters with direct access to student contact information. As part of President George W. Bush's educational reform, non-compliant schools risk losing federal education funding.

26 students ousted

By Christina Feng | Oct. 4, 2002, midnight | In Print »

Blair's administration removed 84 names of freshmen off the enrollment list at the end of September because students failed to show proof of residency in order to meet school registration requirements.

Foreign students without forms

By Christina Feng | May 23, 2002, midnight | In Print »

Population estimates disagree

By Christina Feng | April 25, 2002, midnight | In Print »

Should tracking be abolished in MCPS? Christina Feng says NO

By Christina Feng | Feb. 14, 2002, midnight | In Print »

The 'pipeline' from private schools to top colleges

By Christina Feng | Feb. 11, 2002, midnight | In Print »

This school year, Blair senior Diana Alvarez has only once met with her guidance counselor, who juggles the files of over 300 other Blazers. Meanwhile, senior Amanda Good, who attends The Holton-Arms School, an all-girls private school in Bethesda with a 38:1 student-counselor ratio, has met many times with her college counselor, whom Good says is readily available.

Freshman GPAs rise first quarter

By Christina Feng | Dec. 20, 2001, midnight | In Print »

Truth or dare: lying to colleges is risky

By Christina Feng | Nov. 16, 2001, midnight | In Print »

Freshman program BLASTs off

By Christina Feng | Oct. 11, 2001, midnight | In Print »