Eliot Stein


Name: Eliot Stein
Position: Page Editor
Graduation Year: 2002
Eliot Stein is an 18 year-old senior at Blair High School and a co-opinions and editorial editor in his second year on the Silver Chips staff. He attended Highland View Elementary School and Takoma Park Middle School and has lived in Silver Spring his whole life. He is a member of the Youth and Government Club and a founder of the Mr. Henry Appreciation Club which meets every Thursday to discuss current Mr. Henry happenings. Eliot's also a co-captain for Blair's soccer team and plays club soccer for the Potomac Rockets which won the Maryland State Championship in 2000. After pursuing English/communications/journalism in college, Eliot plans to become a shepherd.


Stories (5)


Wow, thank God I'm not a woman!

By Eliot Stein | April 25, 2002, midnight | In Print »

Ah, the biggest party of the year is just days away, and you can't wait! Everyone you know will be there, including the strapping young lad who's caught your eye for quite some time now. But instead of making this the night you fight your fears and ask him to dance with you, you'll be alone at home, fighting off the old period bug. Yes indeed, it seems that nature has thrown you yet another curve ball in the game of life.

Super Mario needs no Luigi

By Eliot Stein | Feb. 14, 2002, midnight | In Print »

College essays: a stupid answer to a stupid question

By Eliot Stein | Nov. 16, 2001, midnight | In Print »

Eliot Stein says YES: A war will kill fewer innocent lives

By Eliot Stein | Oct. 11, 2001, midnight | In Print »

Renovations Spring into action

By Tina Peng Eliot Stein | Dec. 31, 1969, 7 p.m. | In Print »

The Discovery Communications building's warmly lit main lobby smells of plastic, Windex and fresh paint. A cheerfully dinging mechanical contraption pushes and shakes rainbow-colored balls down a series of tracks. Outside, as a family passes by on the sidewalk, its wide-eyed toddler glances back five times at "Stan,” a Tyrannosaurus Rex fossil replica that glares malevolently through the glass wall.