Not all students who complete a senior research project (SRP) are in the Magnet Program
Welcome to the new tech update for 2020!
In high school teams, transgender athletes should not be an issue
“Cats” was everything we expected and worse. The addition of celebrities like James Corden and Taylor Swift sadly could not save the movie. If you want a film that will make you want to claw your eyes out, this is it. Otherwise, save the torture for another time.
From timeless classics to innovative mash-ups, Blazers look forward to some delightful treats this holiday season
The restaurant chain recently pledged to stop donating to anti-LGBTQ+ organizations
With the release of Disney+, a new on-demand streaming service created by the Walt Disney Company this last Tuesday, the television industry is set to change forever.
On Oct. 29, Montgomery County officials held a press conference and community town hall to speak out against the recent removal of the Corridor Cities Transitway (CCT) from the Maryland Department of Transportation’s (MDOT) list of priorities.
The sensitivity of mass shootings renders the new lockdown largely ineffective
An inside look into how teachers and counselors write college recommendations
The Blazers couldn’t keep up with Churchill’s string finish
The Blazers defeat Walter Johnson in a nail biting five sets
After graduation, Blair students are not confined to just one career pathway.
Blair’s Entrepreneurship Academy provides some of the best learning opportunities in the nation
The Blair girls’ varsity volleyball team (5-0) beat the Kennedy Cavaliers (0-4) by a score of 3-0 Wednesday, Sept. 18, in straight sets 25-7, 25-15 and 25-20.
Temperatures in the area hit record highs as a heat wave swept the East Coast.
JUULs and e-cigarettes are fueling a teenage nicotine epidemic.
Thousands of teenage girls have dreamed about being a part of The Beatles since the group’s inception in 1960. Yesterday certainly tries to fulfill that fantasy on the big screen.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's recent financial struggles seem to reflect a decline in classical music interest.