The Burrow

Pads and Tampons Should Be Free…For Everyone!

Ameena Misbahou-Jalloh
March 1, 2022

Every month, for those assigned female at birth, their bodies prepare for pregnancy, as they become closer and closer to the end of puberty. The menstrual blood is partly blood, and partly tissue. This happens because hormones in the body are changing, giving messages to the body and causing the lining...

Staff Stories: Ms. Starr

Eliana Amoh
March 1, 2022

The Exploration of Health and the Body February 15, 2022 Ms. Starr is a proud product of Anne Arundel County, moving here when she was seven years old. Growing up in Pasadena, she attended Chesapeake High School. While attending Chesapeake, she enjoyed taking cooking classes. Outside of academics,...

Potential of Virtual Schooling

Michael Baffour-Awuah
January 25, 2022

COVID-19, otherwise known as the Coronavirus has completely flipped the way we see the world as it is. Period. Not only has the disease affected tens of millions of people but unfortunately has killed millions of people. Along with Covid comes with the variants. Whether it be Delta, Alpha, or Omicron,...

Student Perspective – Oxford High School Shooting

Indu Bodala
January 25, 2022

It has almost been two months since the horrific school shooting in Oxford High School took place. Four innocent lives were taken along with seven individuals injured, all of which had their whole lives ahead of them. The Nation was shocked at this event, but soon that shock dissipated and this horrific...

Alumni Stories: Carolyn Williams

Eliana Amoh
November 16, 2021

A Journey of Growth and Exploration Coming into high school, Carolyn had her mind set on the traditional route to becoming a licensed nurse practitioner. That’s what led her to come to GBHS and enroll in the BMAH (Biomedical Allied Health) program. In her BMAH interview, she described how her inspiration...

Our Take on the Pep Rally!

Indu Bodala, Maryjane Williams, Izzy Josendale, Michael Baffour-Awuah, and Eliana Amoh
October 12, 2021

After a long year of isolation during the Pandemic, students were awaiting the Pep Rally anxiously. The need for cheers and happiness intertwined with the spirit of unity was dire. The pep rally was far from perfect, there was a lack of time for the event itself and some of the activities were...

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