The Observer

Hackers’ attempt at amends met with mixed results

By By Natalie Geisler, Editor-in-Chief, and Hannah Phillips, Features Editor

October 1, 2010

Two students involved in last year’s hacking scandal are back in the spotlight, this time with a plea for forgiveness and a program aiming to help students cope with the various pressures of high school. Seniors Bradley Boyland and Bradley Rotter created Teen Talks, and held their first meeting Sept. 2...

Benz, MCPS hold town hall meeting on grade changing scandal

By Natalie Geisler, News Editor and Eshe Hill, Features Editor and Natalie Geisler, News Editor and Eshe Hill, Features Editor

March 9, 2010

Principal Joan Benz held a town meeting Monday, March 8 to further discuss and answer the community’s questions regarding the grade-changing issue uncovered in January.  Speakers included Montgomery County community superintendent Sherry Liebes and chief technology officer Sherwin Collette.  Although...

HIGH SCHOOL HACKERS

By Natalie Geisler, News Editor Eshe Hill, Features Editor

March 2, 2010

CHS has always been known for its stellar academics, hardworking students and dedicated teachers, but now it’s known for something else as well: cheating. The Incident According to a Feb. 3 Gazette article, students used a program run off a portable USB device to uncover teachers’ passwords to the...

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