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Two Sentence Horror Stories leaves the audience feeling panicked, just as the characters in the show feel themselves. It is impossible to escape the terror that the protagonists are feeling throughout each episode.

“Two Sentence Horror Stories” spooks watchers

By Charley Hutton, Advertisement and Subscription Manager February 4, 2020

What is the best horror story you can come up with in two sentences? This prompt sparked a Reddit thread in 2013, accumulating over 15,000 comments. Inspired by the thread, Vera Miao created the new-to-Netflix...

WCHS senior Markus Silvertree paints in his 4th period class, AP Art Studio, for his sustained investigation. On this large sheet, a compilation of ideas for new and potential pieces are mixed into one consolidated and designed brainstorming board.

Student Art Spotlight: Markus Silvertree

By Hannah Zozobrado, Arts Editor February 4, 2020

It is commonly said that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, but what they don’t say is that as the apple falls down, it gets closer to the tree’s roots. In the case of senior Markus Silvertree,...

A view of the entrance to the Bethesda Arts Festival.

Bethesda arts festival displays work of numerous artists

By Andrew Chan, Sports Editor June 5, 2019

Imagine a festival that celebrates the arts and accomplishments of various artists. Such a festival exists, and were held on May 11th and 12th called the Bethesda Arts Festival. It was hosted along the...

Senior Julia Maa has been invested in the arts of illustration and animation for many years now, and she uses her skills to create unique pieces that express her thoughts and emotions.

Student Arts Spotlight: Julia Maa

By Bryan Fletcher, Production Manager March 6, 2019

Learning and mastering even a single medium of art is already impressive on its own, but finding a balance between multiple forms might as well be an otherworldly ability. Yet this is just the everyday...

CHS Sophomore Josie Bourelly performs at a variety of area theatres which could be impacted by budget cuts.

Trump Budget Threatens Arts Establishments

By Nora Holland and Dani Miller, Arts and Opinions Editor June 5, 2017

In March, President Trump released his proposed outline for the 2018 budget. Trump’s new budget includes spending cuts for many government programs such as National Aeronautics and Space Administration...

An example of what one can order and personalize at Class 520 ice cream shop that just opened in Rockville.

Ice Cream Trend Rolls Into Rockville

By Vicky Gunawan, Contest Manager October 3, 2016

Class 520, a popular dessert hangout, just opened in Rockville. The shop sells Thai ice cream rolls, a trend that is popular in New York and other major cities, and has now been brought to Maryland.   Thai...

Senior Josie Scrivens painting of various parts of the body being stretched was awarded with the best artwork award.

Annual Art Festival Highlights Students’ Work

By Kyle Emery, Sports Editor May 14, 2016

The artwork of CHS students at this year's Art Festival displayed some of the most creative and inspirational pieces from students of all grade levels. The Art Festival has improved annually in attendance...

Ellie Kemper stars as Kimmy Schmidt in the second season of the Netflix original show.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Returns for Season Two

By Isabel Dibble, Senior Writer April 17, 2016

The highly-anticipated return for the second season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt finally arrived April 15 with our favorite quirky characters and jokes. Season two jumps right into the hot mess of problems...

Duck Donuts will open location on Rockville Pike across from Best Buy.  Students who have been to the Outer Banks are familiar with the chain.

Popular North Carolina Donut Chain Coming to Rockville

By Becky Wolfson, Contest Manager March 22, 2016

Duck Donuts, a well-known donut chain that began in North Carolina’s Outer Banks in 2007, is set to open on Rockville Pike in early spring. Duck Donuts gets its name from Duck, N.C. “I am excited...

Richard Serra’s Sylvester provides viewers with an interactive exhibit they can observe and walk through.

Glenstone: Local Art Museum is Worth a Visit

By Madison Hurr, Features Editor March 22, 2016

Interested in modern art museums but don’t want to make the trek to D.C. or New York City? Look no further than Glen Road. Spanning 200 acres of natural landscape, contemporary art and architecture,...

Art Department resource teacher Brendan Roddy displays original pottery that will be raffled off during the Arts Festival  April 19-29.

Annual Arts Festival Draws and Displays Talent

By Emily Wang, Online Arts Editor March 22, 2016

The opportunity to see stunning photographs, paintings, sculptures, one-act plays, orchestra performances and fashion shows will be available to the CHS community at the annual CHS Arts Festival, held...

Junior Libby Spriggs has helped design costumes for CHS performances since freshman year. She plans to continue fashion in the future.

Student Art Spotlight:

By Sarah O’Brien, Production Editor March 22, 2016

Although often overlooked, fashion has a major influence on show business, and junior Libby Spriggs dedicates her time to ensure that all the actors and actresses of CHS look their part. Spriggs has...

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