An internship is a great way to get a hands-on experience in what you want to do in life.
Warm afternoons, long days and short nights…it is almost the end of the year, Blazers. Key word: almost. The road to summer vacation still has a few road blocks.
International news from the week of Mar. 17- Mar. 22.
The emotional wounds are still fresh in our minds, but now the wounds have been opened again with the release of the 911 calls.
On Nov. 16, Eleanor Roosevelt High School hosted the annual Latin Certamen Plebianum competition in which Blair students competed in two events and won two trophies.
On Nov. 5, 16 and 17-year-old Takoma Park teenagers voted in the city's municipal election for the first time since the voting age was lowered to age 16 in May.
The 76 member debate team has been defending county champions two years running.
Already a 10th grade English teacher, 11th grade Advanced Placement English Language and Composition teacher and girls' varsity volleyball coach, Klein, can add another thing to his list of things he does at Blair: Student Government Association (SGA) advisor
It's that time of year again. Time to grab your favorite spot on the couch, a blanket, some snacks and settle down in front of the TV. This fall there are lots of seasons that people are excited for, including many returning and new shows.
On Aug. 27, 2013 Principal Renay Johnson announced that Blair welcomed a new, less strict, cellphone policy for this school year that will allow Blazers to use their cellphones in the hallways before any of their classes.
The coveted yet stressful Fourth Quarter begins.