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Katie graduated just last year from Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda, Maryland

A new era for The Villager under the next Editor in Chief

Micah Ernest, Editor in Chief April 24, 2024

Katie Campbell showed up out of the blue to Journalism II class one Thursday morning in late January. As a nursing major, she wasn't enrolled in the class and had no real reason to be there - other than...

Stevenson Student Athletic Advisory Committee to host first Mustang Field Day

Stevenson Student Athletic Advisory Committee to host first Mustang Field Day

Micah Ernest, Editor April 20, 2024

Stevenson's Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) is excited to debut Mustang Field Day on Sunday at 11 a.m. when spectators will be able to watch SU coaches and athletes face off outside of their...

Maria Merchan greets students with a smiling face daily during evening shifts at Pandinis


Katie Campbell, Reporter April 18, 2024

“I am a happy person, responsible, and work hard all the time. Life is beautiful. I enjoy when I see the sun, I enjoy when I see rain, I enjoy when I see the moon, I enjoy the cold weather, the hot weather,...

Jennie Bodden is a crucial force behind Rocklands dining services. In addition to her work with Stevenson, she hosts her own virtual cooking classes.


Katie Campbell, Reporter April 16, 2024

“I do everything– I’m being serious. I do everything here. It goes from marketing to supervising to administrative work. I have multiple hats that I carry. If there is a call out, I jump in, and...

Two years after retiring, Reginald Golder strives to keep himself busy by keeping the cafeteria clean. My doctor told me to stay active, so I’ve found this is like physical therapy for me, Golder said.


Katie Campbell, Reporter April 15, 2024

“When I was 9 years old, we moved to Connecticut. We lived there for about 10 years. My mom got homesick, so we had to move back to Baltimore. I was actually culture shocked coming back here because...

Concrete Boys – “It’s Us Vol. 1”

Micah Ernest, Editor in Chief April 15, 2024

After a viral freestyle performance on the hit radio show On the Radar and sporadic music videos since 2021, the Concrete Boys have been consistently upping their game ever since. The group is led by since-evolved...

Security guard Anaya Taylor checks students IDs before they can enter residence halls. Interested in law enforcement, Taylor hopes to join the military. I was thinking about the Navy but now I’m leaning towards the Air Force, Taylor said.


Katie Campbell, Reporter April 13, 2024

“I’m Muslim. This Wednesday will be two weeks since I converted. Before I was Muslim I was Christian, but I’ve been thinking about being Muslim for the past year or two. I don’t have anything against...

Erin Steinberg (No. 9) and Kellyann Coccia (No. 17) celebrate after scoring

Revenge for SU women’s lacrosse (8-4, 2-0 MAC)

Ben Johnson, Sports Reporter April 13, 2024

Stevenson women’s lacrosse has been on a tear since their season began 0-3. Since that tough start, the 'Stangs have found their stride, going 8-1 and currently sitting undefeated in Middle Atlantic...

Lyndon Holmes can often be seen by students working as evening supervisor at Pandinis, from 6:00 to 11:00 p.m.


Katie Campbell, Reporter April 12, 2024

“I’m not as mean as I sound when I’m at the register. I like to have fun. I’m not as mean as you may think I am, once you get to know me. I like bowling, I like baseball, I like football, and I...

Religion and SU – God and uncertainty with Jaidyn Harris

Jared Luma, Podcast Host April 4, 2024

In this episode of the Villager Voice, host Jared Luma speaks with junior biology major Jaidyn Harris, discussing how God can help to provide peace and comfort through life's uncertainty.

10 indie albums you might have missed in 2023

Micah Ernest, Editor March 29, 2024

"All of This Will End" - Indigo De Souza (11 songs, 32:40) After rising significantly in fame after her first two heavily death-themed albums, Indigo De Souza seems to be coming to terms with an idea...

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers staff onboard Hydrographic Survey Vessel CATLETT observe the damage resulting from the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore.

Stevenson community in shock following Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse

As a young girl growing up in Baltimore City, Yolanda Peace remembers Sundays when she climbed into the backseat of her family car for a trip over the Francis Scott Key Bridge. “I remember always...

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