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Jake’s Law hopes to put an end to texting and driving

By Danny Gordon, Grand Aleph Godol of the Observer

May 29, 2014


Filed under Features

In an effort to stop texting while driving, the Maryland Senate passed Jake’s Law March 20. The law is named after five-year-old Jake Owen, who was sitting in the backseat of his mother’s car when they were rear-ended; Jake was killed. The other driver, 23-year-old Devin McKeiver, was using his cell...

Zero tolerance policy is unacceptable

Zero tolerance policy is unacceptable

By Danny Gordon, Noah Salzberg, Staff Writer, Public Relations Manager

November 26, 2013


Filed under Column, Opinions

A student comes into school on a Saturday for Homecoming preparations and brings in a Swiss-Army knife on his keychain with his keys. Another student, completely unbeknownst to the knife owner, starts messing around with the knife and cuts himself, causing a minor wound. The owner of the knife recei...

Young team continues success

Young team continues success

By Danny Gordon, Staff Writer

October 2, 2012


Filed under Sports

After winning a record five-straight county titles, the girls tennis team hopes to stretch its streak to six this year. So far the team is off to a good start, defeating both Bullis and Magruder 7-0. According to sophomore Alissa Li, "the singles players played particularly well" in both matches. T...

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