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Diversity Week 2021 – Student Perspective

Value our differences and strive for inclusion
Indu Bodala, Guest Writer April 14, 2021

Diversity to me is the inclusion and celebration of all individuals and their backgrounds. Diversity is also more than just a variety of people, it is upholding the basic principles of respect and it is...

The Reality of Virtual Learning

Kaitlin Bergman, Reporter April 5, 2021

Students all over the country face online learning due to COVID - 19. Three students from GBHS were asked questions about their feelings and thoughts on this new way of learning. GBHS student Alivia...

Author Focus - Elizabeth Acedevo

Author Focus – Elizabeth Acedevo

National Poetry Slam Champion and best-selling author in our own backyard
Eliana Amoh, Minority Beat Reporter February 24, 2021

If you didn't know about Slam Poetry before, you will now, thanks to Elizabeth Acevedo. She had always had a way with words, leading her to want to become a rapper. This goal was not long-lasting....

Meet Mr. Doane, GBHS' Psychologist

Meet New Gopher, Mr. Doane: School Psychologist

Advises teens to get outside, stay connected with friends, and get off social media
Ameena Misbahou-Jalloh, Reporter February 10, 2021

Lately, it seems that mental health is becoming more talked about in mainstream media. With the world’s current situation: COVID-19 and quarantine; people have no choice but to socially and physically...

Get Informed: Black History Month

Get Informed: Black History Month

28 Days to Get Enlightened
Eliana Amoh, Minority Beat Reporter February 3, 2021

February is a month that is not acknowledged enough. Why? February is the month in which we acknowledge, celebrate, and educate about the history of African Americans. This event was not always celebrated...

Movie-Limited Series Review: When They See Us

Eliana Amoh, Minority Beat Reporter January 9, 2021

Imagine staying in jail for over 11 years for a crime that you didn’t commit. Well, Korey Wise did. He along with four other teenage boys were convicted of raping and assaulting of a white female jogger...

Michael’s Reflection on the Strange Year of 2020

Your mindset matters
Michael Baffour-Awuah, Reporter December 18, 2020

As we're nearing the end of the year you start to think back on this year. It is almost 2021, and 2020 has been one of the worst years in recent history -  almost to the point of the whole of history. ...

The Book Burrow #3: The Illuminae Files

The Book Burrow #3: The Illuminae Files

Autumn Renee, Writer March 5, 2020

Note: Hi! :D Yes I know it says this was written in February, but due to some scheduling difficulties its posting had to be postponed. Don't worry though, there will still be a March post coming soon!...

Programs and Activities in AA County

Hunter Hardesty February 28, 2020

  Are you interested in pursuing a new sport and want to learn or improve your skills? Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks has so many camps, programs, and sports to try. These activities...

The Nun: Does It Exceed Expectations?

Karey Ruchak, Reporter January 8, 2020

The Nun: Rated R A gothic horror film is the perfect way to describe Corin Hardy's "The Nun". Included in the 22 million dollar budget film is the spooky tale of unholy secrets and demonic discoveries....

Mr. Terry Reynolds visits Mrs. Wais' English 10 students on Veterans Day 2019

Veterans Day Guest Speaker

Jaelyn Aytch, Reporter December 5, 2019

Mr. Terry Reynolds is a retired veteran who was kind enough to share his story with some of the students at Glen Burnie High School. He grew up with a mother and father who were both farmers. Sadly, his...

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown

You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown

November 26, 2019

Come out to enjoy the entertaining musical production of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, being produced Thursday, December 5th, along with Friday, December 6th, and Saturday, December 7th: all at 7 P.M....

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