The Plague of Senioritis

Lauren Mister, Editor

May 9, 2017

Recently, an outbreak of senioritis has broken out around the school. Most students in 12th grade have most likely contracted the illness and those who haven’t yet been afflicted are at high risk. Symptoms are so contagious that...

Studying for AP Exams

Lauren Mister, Editor

April 24, 2017

In about a month, students will be spending hours on end taking College Board Advanced Placement tests. These assessments are long, tedious, and draining and are often met with dread by testers. However, before thousands of te...

How to get through March with some sanity

Lauren Mister, Editor

April 3, 2017

This year, March is going to be the worst month in the entire 2016-2017 school year. After Presidents’ Day, students in Calvert County Public Schools will have five full weeks of school with no two-hour earlys or closings - t...

A nostalgic playlist

Lauren Mister, Editor

April 3, 2017

Seniors have only a few months left until they have to leave high school. Some may find this to be a blessing, but others may be feeling nostalgic. While looking through old pictures and yearbooks may bring back memories, music ...

Easter puns that will crack you up

Lauren Mister, Editor

April 3, 2017

March has been undoubtedly the longest, most grueling month for students, teachers, and faculty. With no breaks and five weeks of non-stop school, it’s no wonder that many Cavaliers are groggy. To put the school in a good moo...

Should you take AP tests?

Lauren Mister, Editor

March 22, 2017

This is the age old question: to take the AP test or to not take the AP test? The answer is: it depends. Registration for AP exams has begun and the prices will be discounted until the end of February. However, they are still ...

False News

Lauren Mister, Editor

March 2, 2017

This recent election was chocked full of mudslinging and controversies that set both sides of the aisle in a craze. In a fight to prove which presidential candidate was more fit to run for office, small details were blown out...

Southern Maryland music program makes changes

Christen Holmes, Contributor

January 24, 2017

For the 2016 school year, the Southern Maryland Tri-County program will be in rotation between orchestra, chorus, and band ensembles. This alteration was born due to budgeting issues and a chance to explore different opportunit...

25 Days of Christmas Schedule

Lauren Mister, Editor

December 12, 2016

For those who regularly keep up with the holiday films on Freeform - channel 26 for Comcast, 180 for DISH and 311 for DirectTV - here is the holistic schedule of movies up until Christmas day: Thursday, December 1 (3:30pm-6:00pm) Willy Wonka &...

What to get teenagers for Christmas

Lauren Mister, Editor

December 2, 2016

Christmas is fast approaching and that means buying gifts for friends and family. Of course, gift giving for adults is simple; just make some arts and crafts and they’ll be in love with it, or pretend to be, anyway. However,...

Play Off Week Three According to Ben Lash

Ben Lash, Contributor

December 2, 2016

Calvert Season Ends in a Disappointing Loss to Elkton The Calvert Cavaliers’ varsity football team faced the Elkton Golden Elks on Friday night. The game started with Calvert receiving the opening kickoff.  The Cavaliers ha...