The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

Cabin John Village is home to a few relatively expensive fast casual restaurants.

Cheap restaurant options are needed for WCHS students

By Jasper Bernstein, Observations Editor May 8, 2022

First world problems, despite their triviality, are alive and well at WCHS. If the conversation ever delves into the inconsequentiality necessary for a conversation like this, there is a simple fact that...

Chatting with Charley Hutton- Ep 2

Chatting with Charley Hutton- Ep 2

By Melissa Redlich, Features Editor January 29, 2022

https://open.spotify.com/episode/3fkBL7J38NZSwMUyFdao8y?si=081Jk5l-TI6A_Fz9Gey2Fg This episode is brought to you by Anchor! We cover all our favorite food locations in MOCO with Observer staff member...

While it may look empty during classtime, the group of vending machines near the cafeteria are surrounded with students during lunch and after school, making it one of the most popular places students go to.

All vending machines should remain open during school

By Jeremy Chung, Assistant News Editor January 2, 2022

The clinking and rustling of coins and dollar bills perfectly complemented the overlapping chatter of students idly discussing their day or what to get. That is a perfect way to describe the environment...

Junior Danielle Faerberg’s family celebrates every Thanksgiving by writing down what they are thankful for on a tablecloth. This tradition started about 15 years ago, and they have used the same tablecloth ever since.

Unique Thanksgiving traditions enhance student’s holidays

By Caitlin Murphy, Assistant Online Editor December 2, 2021

Ever since the first one 400 years ago, Thanksgiving has evolved into a holiday where people are able to intertwine their various cultures and traditions with the original holiday. From carving the turkey...

Pumpkin spice products flooded the shelves of stores this fall, once again cementing the trends place in the Fall season.

Taste test: Flavors of fall

By Liam Klein, Opinions Editor December 2, 2021

Well, it is that time of the year again. The leaves begin to change to vibrant colors of red, orange and yellow. The sun starts setting earlier and the weather gets colder. And as of recent years, the...

Each season, Trader Joes comes out with new special seasonal items. The Observer Staff rated all of the under-the-radar items for fall and the winner was Pumpkin Ice Cream.

Trader Joe’s unbe-LEAF-able fall items

By Melissa Redlich, Features Editor November 23, 2021

Trader Joe’s, the place everybody knows and loves. Not only do they satisfy customers, but every season they come out with a myriad of delicious delicacies to be praised.  The Churchill Observer...

Cicadas emerge every 17 years to reproduce, and some people seize the opportunity to try them.

Cicadas make their way to backyards and dinner tables

By Michael Demske, Assistant News Editor June 14, 2021

A nuisance or a delectable snack? The brood X cicadas have risen from their 17 year hiatus underground. Most people are disgusted and annoyed as these large insects infest all outdoor areas, but others...

WCHS SGA president Jay Wood (front) and another GGSF volunteer help load cars with fresh produce, hot meals, and other food supplies for those dealing with food insecurity and other food needs.

Guru Gobind Singh Foundation donates food to community members

By Quinn Cook, News Editor October 14, 2020

Outside of a Sikh temple located on Travilah Road in northern Potomac, the Guru Gobind Singh Foundation (or GGSF) has distributed thousands of pounds of food and meals to those in need. Montgomery County,...

The exterior of the new Bethesda Bagels in Wildwood which is located on Old Georgetown Road. First opening in 1982, Bethesda Bagels remains a popular breakfast and lunch spot.

Spread the news: Bethesda’s best bagels are here

By Olivia Yasharoff, Assistant Sports Editor December 3, 2019

Being one of several new additions to Wildwood Shopping Center such as Joe & the Juice and Flowerchild, Bethesda Bagels brings New York style bagels to the D.C. area with heart and a side of cream...

Pike Kitchen offers a diverse range of foods, including spicy garlic chicken from Pike Chicken and Beer (top) and bibimbap bowls from Bowl Play (bottom).

Diverse foods dish out flavor at Pike Kitchen

By Vicky Gunawan and Max Kandel December 20, 2018

Have a craving for bubble tea? Poke bowls? How about Korean gyros? Pike Kitchen offers all of these in the same place. Located in Rockville Pike, Pike Kitchen delivers consumers a variety of diverse...

Al Volo is a pasta kiosk located in Union Market, D.C. Customers can choose from an assortment of pasta types and then add on sauce as they desire. The price of these pasta bowls is often around $14.

Hungry? Chow down on these local eateries

By Anna Baranko, Online Features Editor March 7, 2018

You’re sitting with your friends, trying to decide where to go to eat. After going back and forth for 30 minutes, you decide on a place you’ve been a million times before. If you want to avoid this...

Chipotle Queso receives mixed reactions

Chipotle Queso receives mixed reactions

By Max Kandel, Observations Editor October 30, 2017

On Sept. 12, Chipotle released their new queso dip nationwide after testing it in their special New York restaurant for several weeks. Chipotle advertised their queso as all real ingredients and with...

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