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AFI comes to Silver Theater

By Griff Rees | Dec. 31, 1969, 7 p.m. | In Print »

The AFI Silver Theater and Cultural Center will open in downtown Silver Spring next to City Place in April of next year. In addition to its commitment to showing quality films, the theater is intended to provide a cultural and educational resource for the whole Silver Spring community.

The piercing truth

By Alexa Scott | Dec. 31, 1969, 7 p.m. | In Print »

The adventure I've been through since the day I went under the needle has made my life a lot more complicated than I was betting on.

Academic future uncertain for undocumented Blazer

By Elena Chung | Dec. 31, 1969, 7 p.m. | In Print »

A phone in one hand and a clicking mouse in the other, senior Denise Sylla taps her foot and scans FastWeb, a scholarship search web site, as she waits on hold with admissions officers from Wellesley College at the computer in the Student Government Association (SGA) office during lunch on April 30.

Getting a splash out of water sports

By Olivia Bevacqua | Dec. 31, 1969, 7 p.m. | In Print »

Sophomore Jocelyn Dowling has one thing on her mind as she fights her way through the Potomac River's raging rapids in July 2003: staying afloat. Capsizing could mean the loss of three days' worth of food and supplies tied loosely to the seat behind her. Water sprays across her face as she maneuvers through the whitewater, edging past jagged rocks that dwarf her red canoe.

Spirit Week pictures: Vogue Day

By Kevin Fang Jeremy Hoffman | Dec. 31, 1969, 7 p.m. | In Print »

Diversity at Blair after 50 years of Brown v. Board

By Karima Tawfik | Dec. 31, 1969, 7 p.m. | In Print »

Combs in hand, two black girls work diligently and delicately to finish cornrowing their friends' hair amidst the bustle of 5A lunch. Next to them, three Latino boys are sprawled out among the benches talking, and a few feet away, two white students finish their lunches before the whole group rises and joins the student body of the most diverse school in Montgomery County—a school that 50 years ago accepted only white students.

Silver City: not just for the politically aware

By Danny Scheer | Dec. 31, 1969, 7 p.m. | In Print »

No strings attached

By Elizabeth Packer | Dec. 31, 1969, 7 p.m. | In Print »

Samantha Baker sits across from her longtime crush Jake Ryan, their faces lit by the candles glowing on the birthday cake in-between them. This scene from the classic 1980s movie Sixteen Candles ends with Jake asking Samantha out after the two share a kiss. Oh, the simple days, when romance ruled, and friends were just friends. At Blair, where "going out,” "hooking-up” and "friends with benefits” are common, the dating lines have been blurred and romance is no longer required for physical intimacy. While many Blazers still choose committed relationships, friendships that include sexual hook-ups are becoming increasingly common.

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