These are the stories published in each class during the spring 2014 semester. With a partner, review and discuss the stories published in your section, and fill out the ballot provided to you in class.
Teen stress levels have surpassed adult levels, and it’s affecting the way they sleep, eat, exercise and perform in school.
By Elise Montalvo and Gabby Wathen
Individuals involved in politics in Baltimore discuss gender inequality that is still prevalent today.
By: Ashley Stephenson and Nicole Salem
College is expected to be a four-year journey but students are staying an extra year or two in order to complete degree requirements.
Maryland school districts are enforcing new policies to deal with the increasing problem of cyber bullying in public schools.
By: Lauren Faber and Rachel Allen
Despite a recovering economy, many 2014 graduates will struggle to find jobs.
By Alexa Lazerow, Carsen McBride & Chunyang Yang
While some worry about the negative side effects of CrossFit, trainers assure that there are positive benefits.
By Cierra Colon & Kate Williams
Local businesses may not have the magnitude of chain stores, but they offer their own brand of unique services.
By Zach Owings & Michael Thompkins