By: Genevieve Rippeon On Monday, March 13, President Biden approved the Willow Project. Created by ConocoPhillips, the Willow Project is an oil-drilling exploration. According to the project’s website, the project is “important for Alaska’s economy and for America’s energy security.” Also, according to the website, Willow could generate […]
By: Serenity Holland Turbulence is skyrocketing in a way that is unleashing fear for future flights. Recent incidents of extreme turbulence have flooded the media and travelers are becoming apprehensive. Social media users have claimed this phenomenon is rooted in climate change. Flying has become one of the […]
By: Willow Schools and Rachel Swigart After five years of anticipation, Howard County’s newest high school is on track to finish construction in Aug. 2023, now under a new name. Formerly known as High School 13, Guilford Park High School (GPHS) was announced as the official name at […]
By: Melia Botticelli and Lainey Hynes The announcement of later start times for Howard County public schools came with problems relating to the already problematic bus shortage. This led Howard County to increase the maximum distance students live from their school to be provided with a bus, a […]
By: Hannah Chang From the now notorious Stanley cups to skincare, makeup, clothes, and more, consumer trends have been at an all-time high as of today. All it takes is for one person to rave about a certain product before it is sold out. TikTok has been known […]
On Mar. 5, 2023, senior Sam Jordan became Mt. Hebron’s first wrestling state champion in school history, winning the 4A/3A Division Tournament. Jordan (below), nicknamed “Big Red” for his ginger mullet and 6’0’’ 214 lb. frame, beat four opponents for a combined tournament point total of 24-8 before […]
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