Jenny Williams


Name: Jenny Williams
Position: Online Weekend Editor
Graduation Year: 2009
Jenny is a pretty simple chick. She likes her eggs over easy, her juice boxes cold, and enjoys a good laugh. She's a competitive basketball player and pretty much enjoys all sport activities. In her spare time, she hangs out with friends and does other various activities like eating.


Stories (19)


ACC men's basketball preview 2008-2009

By Greg Kohn Jenny Williams | Oct. 29, 2008, midnight | In College »

In preparation for another thrilling season of college basketball, we at Silver Chips have taken a gander at the ACC and put together previews for the league's 12 teams. Tyler Hansbrough and the Tarheels will seek to set the pace, but other strong squads, like perennial powerhouse Duke and a completely intact starting lineup at Wake Forest, promise to make the season interesting.

Whatever happened to kids' TV?

By Anika Manzoor Jenny Williams | June 9, 2008, midnight | In Television »

Disney Channel, Cartoon Network (CN) and Nickelodeon gained much popularity during the 1990s and stole our attention as innocent young children, long before the time of six-hour homework loads and an emphasis on extracurricular activities. Although these TV networks still produce shows that continue to entertain their young audience, shows like "Hannah Montana" and "Zoey 101" are, well, certainly not the way things used to be.

It's Academic places 15th in world, first in Maryland in competition

By Jenny Williams | April 28, 2008, midnight | In Local »

Blair's It's Academic team placed 15th in the world and first in Maryland in the Knowledge Master Open (KMO) competition by scoring 1705 out of a possible 2000 points, according to scores released Friday.

Einstein Visual Arts Center show to be held tomorrow and Thursday

By Jenny Williams | April 15, 2008, midnight | In Local »

Albert Einstein High School's Visual Arts Center (VAC) program will hold their annual art showcase tomorrow and Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m at Albert Einstein. The event will include pieces ranging from paintings to collages, and nine Blazers' work will be displayed.

Beyond the blackboard

By Jenny Williams | March 10, 2008, midnight | In Features »

When Dewey Finn (Jack Black) walks into a private school classroom of fourth graders in the 2003 release "School of Rock," his students have no idea that their temporary teacher spends his time playing in a hardcore rock band. While Blair Boulevard may not be graced by wild substitutes who moonlight as punk stars, the teachers of Montgomery Blair carry an impressive, varied resume of personal hobbies.

Little shoes, big stunts

By Jenny Williams | Feb. 23, 2008, midnight | In Blair »

She toils through hours of after-school practices, rehearses stunts and routines to perfection and cheers enthusiastically for the home team at football and basketball games – all before bedtime. A member of Blair's varsity cheerleading team since she was 6, eight-year-old Taylor Forbes comes to the squad with an 18-year-old's attitude, bringing dedication, energy and poise that make her a fun and involved member of the team.

D.C. school system drama

By Jenny Williams | Jan. 14, 2008, midnight | In Op/Ed »

When D.C. Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee took control of the D.C. school system nearly five months ago, nobody expected her to so radically reform the district. To many Washingtonians, she was just another notch on old D.C.'s belt – another replacement for the six superintendents who have failed in the past decade.

ACC Men's Basketball Preview 07-08

By Jenny Williams | Nov. 24, 2007, midnight | In College »

ACC Men's Basketball Preview 2007-2008

Cookin' it up at the Verizon Center

By Jenny Williams | Nov. 22, 2007, midnight | In Plays »

The Verizon Center is filled with uncontrollable anticipation on Nov. 16 as fans jostle for room to sit, security guards sweat in the heat of the crowd and cameramen scurry to set up for perfect shots. The lights slowly dim and one man exuberantly takes the circular stage that is plastered with his popular "Sufi" symbol. This man automatically becomes the center of attention in the sold-out venue. He is one of extraordinary talent, multifaceted jokes and the charisma of a young and goofy child. This man can only be Dane Cook.

Athletes rewarded at fall sports awards ceremony

By Jenny Williams | Nov. 14, 2007, midnight | In Local »

The Blair Booster Club hosted the fall sports awards ceremony last night in the auditorium, where Blair's 335 fall athletes were recognized for their academic accomplishments and athletic performances.

Ready, set, film

By Jenny Williams | Nov. 3, 2007, midnight | In Features »

The rules are simple – one weekend, one crew and one final film production. At 7 p.m. on Friday Oct. 19, a crew of 13 Blazers and 1 student from Kennedy High School embarked on the race to create a film in 72 hours for the National Film Challenge.

State Radio rocks the 9:30 club

By Jenny Williams | Oct. 10, 2007, midnight | In Music »

The upper deck of the 9:30 club is jam packed while the lower half is just as crowded, filled with die-hard fans. The neon purple lights start to shine and the crowd begins to jump, knowing that in a matter of seconds, State Radio will fill the stage with their infectious blend of rock, punk and reggae beats. State Radio cured the crowd of their anticipation on Oct. 6 with a full-throttle performance, completing every one of their fans' fantasies.

Viridian: A tasty brunch for all

By Jenny Williams | Sept. 25, 2007, midnight | In Restaurant Reviews »

Viridian is a classy Washington D.C. restaurant that offers a heavenly selection of brunch-themed meals. The menu features modern cuisine and specials including omelets, vanilla French toast and Belgian waffles. Although quite simple, these tasty dishes are an enjoyable treat for all.

'90s bands playing their way into the millennium

By Jenny Williams | Sept. 24, 2007, midnight | In Music »

Oh the '90s – the decade of the boy and girl band. The Backstreet Boys, N'SYNC, Hanson, 98 Degrees, the Spice Girls and LFO all had their heyday but seemingly vanished shortly after the new millennium began. Justin Timberlake and Nick Lachey left N'SYNC and 98 Degrees in the dust of their respective solo careers. Backstreet was no longer back, Hanson didn't have anywhere to go after their one hit single "MMMBop," fell off the charts and LFO went downhill after their first CD. The Spice Girls, once in a league of their own, faltered after the departure of fiery red-head Ginger. Now, seven years into the new millennium, many of these bands are attempting a comeback in the harsh music industry.

Freshmen candidate profiles

By Jenny Williams | Sept. 18, 2007, midnight | In Local »

The SGA elections for the class of 2011 will be held tomorrow in the auditorium during the advisory period. Freshmen will vote on Thursday and Friday in their English classes and the outcome of the election will be announced Friday.

Hip-hop hits the battlefield

By Jenny Williams Julia Mazerov | Sept. 14, 2007, midnight | In Music »

When two of today's greatest rap moguls have the same release date for much-hyped albums, peace can't exactly be expected in the music industry. Superstars Kanye West and 50 Cent, both of whom had new albums released on Sept. 11, are locked in a showdown of album sales. This summer, 50 Cent, whose CD "Curtis" features the hit "Ayo Technology," announced that if his album sold less than West's release "Graduate," he'd retire as a solo artist. So who will win? Let the sales decide...

2007 Blair graduate wins gold at international competition

By Jenny Williams | Aug. 27, 2007, midnight | In Local »

Blair alumni Matt McCutchen won a gold medal by placing ninth in the gold division at the International Olympiad in Informatics competition in Zagreb, Croatia, held from Aug. 15-22.

"Hairspray" at its best

By Jenny Williams | July 23, 2007, midnight | In Movies »

The highly anticipated "Hairspray," an adaptation of the 2002 Broadway musical and 1988 film, lives up to its expectations on the big screen. Director Adam Shankman (Bringing Down the House) brings the Tony award-winning Broadway production to life with energetic dance numbers and remarkable performances from a slew of actors including John Travolta (Wild Hogs), Michelle Pfeiffer (Stardust) and Queen Latifah (Last Holiday). After the original two productions of "Hairspray," this latest adaptation of the film has success written all over it.

McMahon, Rob

By Jenny Williams | June 23, 2007, midnight | In Teacher Feature »

The usual noise surrounds the weight room. The football players are noisy, music is blaring and others are screaming while trying to finish their final repetitions. However, most of the noise is coming from Rob McMahon. "Don't bend your back," he says to a freshman. "Push harder," he says to one of the football players.



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Photo: State Radio at the 9:30 Club

By Jenny Williams | Oct. 10, 2007, midnight

State Radio rocks the 9:30 Club

Photo: McMahon (jenny)

By Jenny Williams | June 12, 2007, midnight

Rob McMahon has excelled as the weight training teacher for the past two years at Blair.