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County officials and community members worked quickly to remove the painted images, but pictures of the graffiti continued to circulate on social media platforms in the following days.
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“Are we in danger?”: Community members reflect after antisemitism hits close to home
By Dani Klein and Meredith Lee December 5, 2022

In the early hours of the morning on Monday, Nov. 14, the Montgomery County Police received reports of antisemitic vandalism on a wall along the Bethesda Trolley Trail above I-270. The graffiti depicted hanging figures next to the words, “No Mercy for Jews.” Next to these images, “1488,” a reference to the Great Replacement theory, and the words “Heil Hitler,” accompanied three swastikas and white supremacist symbols. This defacement marks the second instance of antisemitic vandalism...

Members of the Hershey production crew, intern Tuana Allen and man-of-the-moment Bob Bedard watch the sequence filmed during eighth period on Thursday. The clip shows Bedard standing still in the main hallway as the traffic rushes behind him as if they are apparitions.
Bob to hit the big screen
By Sophie Leung-Lieu, McCallum High School • November 22, 2022
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders sitting in a chair during the 2021 presidential inauguration was a cultural reset, according to Wired – one of millions of memes the Internet has produced since its inception.
A memes to an end
By Lillian Wang, Monta Vista High School • November 16, 2022
There are currently more than 14,000 incarcerated girls in the United States, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
Juvenile (in)justice: girls in the system
By Gabrielle Shore, Carlmont High School • November 15, 2022
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County officials and community members worked quickly to remove the painted images, but pictures of the graffiti continued to circulate on social media platforms in the following days.
“Are we in danger?”: Community members reflect after antisemitism hits close to home
By Dani Klein and Meredith Lee December 5, 2022
Within the last few months, swatting cases have increased countrywide, heightening concern among school communities.
Connecticut swatting incident highlights growing national problem
By Finnegan Courtney ’23, Executive TV Producer and Caroline Zajac ’25, Staff Writer • December 1, 2022
Junior Lizzie Connolly and senior Ava Conigliaro place their cell phones in a phone holder in English Teacher Deborah Saltzmans classroom.
New school year brings stricter phone, technology policies
By Ava Arcona, Algonquin Regional High School • November 22, 2022
Former team captain Jameson McMullen 19 poses for his swim team photo.
Remembering Jameson McMullen ’19
By Averie Perrin and Connor Tang • December 5, 2022
The Missouri Eating Disorder Association (MOEDA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing resources and information to those with eating disorders.
Charity Issue: Feed the facts
By Anna Newland, Kirkwood High School • December 5, 2022
A crowd of small products are placed right before checkout to entice shoppers to make last-minute purchases.
Store layout determines consumers’ shopping habits
By Karla Lee, Carlmont High School • December 5, 2022
Eight of the younger Commons kids celebrate Juneteenth together. (Photo courtesy of Dr.  Roosevelt Noble)
Growing up on Commons
By Elise Harris, Vanderbilt University • December 5, 2022
Students march around Hearn Plaza at an Aug. 28, 2021 protest concerning sexual violence.
'We have work to do:' Campus Climate Survey data released
By Christa Dutton, Breanna Laws, and Connor McNeely November 28, 2022
Vanderbilts Student Access Office, as photographed on Oct. 2, 2022. (Hustler Multimedia/Narenkumar Thirmiya)
‘Dehumanizing’: Students allege challenges with mobility rides
By Jacob Stoebner, Vanderbilt University • November 23, 2022
The Clothesline Project was an interactive exhibit held on Oct. 27, 2022, in the Corbett Center Student Union West Ballroom. Participants anonymously hung up different colored shirts with their stories to raise awareness for assault and abuse survivors.
The Clothesline Project leaves large impact on NMSU community
By Claire Quintana, New Mexico State University • November 8, 2022
Stuck in the Middle star Jenna Ortega readapts the role of Wednesday in the new Netflix series Wednesday. Christina Ricci, the actress who played Wednesday in the 1991 film, The Addams Family played a supporting role in the Netflix original.
Netflix's "Wednesday" is a Supernaturally Good Hit
By Maggie Craig, South Forsyth High School • December 5, 2022
Junior Makenna ford stands with state representative Candy Noble. Ford was selected to create a ornament for the state house chamber Christmas tree.
An ornamental task
By Dhriti Pai, Lovejoy High School • December 2, 2022
Jazzy Lorenz 23 prepares her camera to film a new episode for the Cmon Now podcast Oct 18. Lorenz was getting her set up ready for an episode named Used Squared on the topic of unloyal friends. Setting up normally takes us about 15 minutes, but occasionally something will happen and well either have to wait for the camera to charge or well have to spend forever adjusting the lighting on the camera, Lorenz said.
C'mon Now, Just Tune In
By Olivia Cadwell, Rock Canyon High School • December 1, 2022
The English department discusses the curriculum with Pecola from The Bluest Eye in the background.
Dear English department
By Jade Harris, Harvard-Westlake School • December 5, 2022
With suicide in the top three leading causes of death amongst teenagers, it’s alarming that we are so used to hearing these words that we don’t notice them anymore. These jokes trivialize suicidal thoughts and imply that this problem is commonplace, normal and even insignificant.
Editorial: Insensitive jokes harm environment
By Editorial Board, The Harker Upper School • December 5, 2022
Video: Sphar faces everyday battles through cerebral palsy
Video: Sphar faces everyday battles through cerebral palsy
By Ella Stillings, Emma Stillings, and Noah Byer • December 2, 2022
Bonjour to French culture
By Carley Bailey and Nathan Buroker • November 18, 2022
Helping give hope to breast cancer patients
By Karina Grokhovskaya, Liberty High School - TX • November 17, 2022
MISSING BOOKS. New laws and policies may soon see books vanishing from shelves at schools across the state of Tennessee.
TN should keep hands off school library books
By Editorial Staff, John Sevier Middle School • December 2, 2022
DMS school nurse Terry Burdine saw a lot of cases of the flu in the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving Break.
DMS address flu
By Lillian Thomason, DUNCAN MIDDLE SCHOOL • November 30, 2022
“If you’re a fighter or you’re a survivor, it’s still always with you. It’s like a scar that cancer left me with. It left me with hope that I could change the world. -Avah C.
AvahStrong
By Sienna S., Sienna G., and Alice L. • November 16, 2022
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MAKING IT OFFICIAL: Katie Hansen poses with coach Madeline Evans during signing day. Hansen will continue her volleyball career at Stephen F. Austin next fall.
Senior commit continues dominance on sand
By Dimitri Silva, James Bowie High School • December 2, 2022
The PIAA is experiencing a severe shortage in referees and rowdy fans are a top cause.
Referee shortage sweeps the state
By Jacob Hawn , Bellwood-Antis High School • December 2, 2022
Kyra Privette, senior skater continues to work hard during her free time. She is trying to perfect her skills on the ice to achieve more of her goals.
Kyra Privette passes senior moves in field test
By Grace Schwoch, Stillwater Area High School • December 1, 2022