We're pushing straight on through winter and the chilly days literally make you shiver in your boots. We've all heard it: heat escapes from your body through your head and feet.
On Saturday, a 23-year-old female student in India died from the injuries inflicted upon her after she was gang raped. The men accused of raping her go on trial this week.
What more convenient way to give the mind a rest than to watch a funny video blog on the massive magical entertainment network that is Youtube?
As the weather drops to (literally) freezing temperatures, you're probably ready to hide inside your house, blasting the heat. However, when you do want to venture out of the house and into the cold, you will want to look fabulous!
Senior and All-American candidate Jack Foster chooses Columbia over Princeton and Dartmouth.
This year, Blair Beautiful, a Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) committee dedicated to improving the school's landscape, aims to complete the Blair Bench Project, which places benches around the campus.
As Glee returns with Season 4, the show attempts to follow both familiar characters in their post-Lima, Ohio experiences and the new characters back home at McKinley.
The Blair varsity girls' soccer team (4-4-1) had a slow start in the first half of the game against the Paint Branch Panthers, but increased their energy in the second half to win 4-0.
Blair varsity girls' soccer (3-3-1) established an early win over the Kennedy Cavaliers. Though the Blazers won the game, they could have come away with a bigger win with more focus and energy.
Blair varsity girls' soccer (2-3-1) played an evenly matched game against Churchill, tying 0-0. The game altered both teams' outlooks for the upcoming playoffs.
"The Perks of Being a Wallflower" transforms you from a wallflower into one of the "misfit toys" that befriend Charlie (Logan Lerman) in this different, darker take on the classic coming-of-age story.
As fall arrives, it brings crisp air, falling leaves, sweater weather and...germs.
Girls' varsity soccer (0-2) lost to the Quince Orchard Cougars (1-0) in a 1-0 shutout. The game was reminiscent of last year when Quince Orchard defeated Blair in the quarterfinals of the playoffs.
Philosophy is a new semester-long elective that has seen immediate popularity, with over 100 students enrolled in its first year.
On Tuesday, the first annual Silver Spring International Youth Arts and Culture Festival took place at Veteran's Plaza in Downtown Silver Spring. The festival celebrated the 50th anniversary of the independence of Jamaica and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
Enemy lists, computer surveillance and government cover-ups seem like the elements of any fictional spy-thriller blockbuster. However, these are all very real elements of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Its ploy to spy on whistleblowers within the agency has been recently uncovered. When scientists within the agency argued with FDA heads over the accuracy of reports, the FDA conducted surveillance of the scientists, secretly checking personal email accounts and documents. On July 16, congressional investigators revealed that surveillance of a group of FDA scientists had been approved by the FDA chief counsel's office.
Baking in the triple-digit temperatures that overtook the nation last week, it was not unusual to hear people exclaim that they were "dying" from the heat. The record-breaking temperatures really did kill though; at least 46 people across the nation have been reported dead due to the extraordinary heat, including ten from the Washington area.
Pixar bravely introduces a host of firsts, including its first fairytale and its first heroine in its new animated hit, "Brave." Following in the trend of shying away from the classic damsel-in-distress, the movie's independent and fierce princess immediately promises a very different fairytale with unique characters that moviegoers have come to expect from Pixar.
Takoma Park Baptist Church youth and Lara Family and Friends Steel Band Ensemble join to create Caribbean music.