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CHS looks to enhance 2014 Festival of Arts

CHS looks to enhance 2014 Festival of Arts

By Catherine Goohs, Senior Writer

May 29, 2014


Filed under Arts

This year, viewers of CHS’ annual Festival of Arts, held April 28 through May 1, will be able to see presentations from the performing arts classes, have the chance to participate in a silent auction and get to view artwork done by faculty in a special staff section. The festival will feature one-act...

Observer Sits Down With New SMOB Dahlia Huh

Observer Sits Down With New SMOB Dahlia Huh

By Catherine Goohs, Senior Writer

May 13, 2014


Filed under Online Exclusives

Following her recent win for MCPS Student Member of the Board of Education (SMOB), the Observer sat down with Clarksburg High School junior, Dahlia Huh. What inspired you to run for SMOB? I got involved in student government in 7th grade and I took part in an election process. It was very eye ...

‘Wallflower’ cast offers realistic portrayal of teen life

‘Wallflower’ cast offers realistic portrayal of teen life

By Catherine Goohs, Archive Manager

November 7, 2012


Filed under Arts, Books, Movies and Television

 When I went to see The Perks of Being a Wallflower, I expected the typical high school coming-of-age film. The movie did have many qualities relating to that genre—a quirky main character, disastrous relationships and awkward teenage encounters. But despite expectations, Wallflower proves to carry more me...

Maryland Renaissance Festival returns this fall

Maryland Renaissance Festival returns this fall

By Catherine Goohs, Archive Manager

October 1, 2012


Filed under Arts, Top Stories

Autumn not only brings colorful foliage, but also jousting, fortune telling, face painting and merriment, for the Maryland Renaissance Festival is back in town. This year marks the 36th anniversary of the Renaissance Festival.  Located in Crownsville MD, the festival is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. e...

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