Sanjay Bhat

Name: Sanjay Bhat
Position: Page Editor
Graduation Year: 2003
Sanjay Bhat is a senior currently enrolled in the Magnet Program at Montgomery Blair High School. He spends his time playing basketball, and is a member of the Blair Varsity Golf Team. Sanjay has lived in many places including England and France, before settling down in Potomac, Maryland. On weekends, Sanjay likes to give back to the community by volunteering at Shady Grove Adventist hospital.

Stories (9)

Floor Hockey Discussion Board

By Sanjay Bhat | Jan. 9, 2003, midnight | In Print »

Stay updated on all the latest Floor Hockey happenings!

Building Services Appreciation Day

By Sanjay Bhat | Nov. 25, 2002, midnight | In Print »

The following letter is from Blair faculty member George Vlasits. The letter addresses the Building Services Appreciation day. It reads as follows:

Half Past Dead not halfway decent

By Sanjay Bhat | Nov. 25, 2002, midnight | In Print »

Steven Seagal's latest action flick, Half Past Dead, isn't half bad. It's all bad.

Santa Clause 2 leaves coal in our stockings

By Sanjay Bhat | Nov. 12, 2002, midnight | In Print »

In 1994, Tim Allen starred as Jolly Ol' St. Nick in the original Disney blockbuster hit The Santa Clause. The movie followed Scott Calvin (Allen), a divorced, workaholic toy company marketing whiz who unexpectedly had the title of Santa Claus thrust upon him. The movie appealed to children and adults alike with its comedic sequences, natural charm, and natural magic.

Tuxedo needs to go to the cleaners

By Sanjay Bhat | Oct. 27, 2002, midnight | In Print »

For years, action superstar Jackie Chan has marveled audiences with his athleticism, agility, and boyish charm, bringing such box-office hits as Rush Hour, and Shanghai Noon. The Tuxedo, Chan's latest flick, is an obvious attempt to capitalize on the success of these blockbuster films, which feature Chan paired with an American star. This movie fails miserably, however, and the result is an overly childish, poorly produced film that falls apart at the seams.

Diva Dancers removed from pep rally

By Sanjay Bhat | Oct. 26, 2002, midnight | In Print »

Diva Dancers and Step Team will not be permitted to perform at the fall pep rally, according to SGA President Sara Furlow. The decision comes as part of Principal Philip Gainous's effort to limit Pep Rally performances to Blair athletic teams.

Info Flow to stop using copyrighted material

By Sanjay Bhat | Oct. 18, 2002, midnight | In Print »

Info Flow, Blair Networks Communication's (BNC) daily morning announcement program, has stopped airing copyrighted material, according to supervisor Christopher Lloyd. Instead, Info Flow has asked music classes and local bands to submit recordings of their music to be used on the program.

Senior locker distribution begins

By Sanjay Bhat | Sept. 6, 2002, midnight | In Print »

The business office, which has completed processing Senior Locker Share Forms is requesting that seniors report to the concession stand during lunch for their locker assignments.

Advanced Placement exam registration begins

By Sanjay Bhat | Dec. 31, 1969, 7 p.m. | In Print »