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MLBs pitch clock has been a great addition to baseball

MLB’s pitch clock has been a great addition to baseball

Kevin Kouchoukos, Sports Reporter April 29, 2024

On Sept. 8, 2022, Major League Baseball announced a new rule to increase the pace of play throughout Major League games for the 2023 season and beyond.   A pitch clock would be put in place to...

Playoffs have arrived: Predicting the 2024 NBA Champion

Playoffs have arrived: Predicting the 2024 NBA Champion

Gavin Shields, Reporter April 20, 2024

Regular season basketball has come to an end and the road to the championship is underway. The NBA Playoffs, much like other professional sports, brings out a different energy from competitors that was...

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...

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...

Stevenson students thrilled for Orioles Opening Day

Stevenson students thrilled for Orioles Opening Day

Kevin Kouchoukos, Sports Reporter March 28, 2024

The Baltimore Orioles’ highly anticipated season begins today at 3:05 p.m. against the Los Angeles Angels, and Stevenson students can’t wait.   The Orioles are coming off a historic 2023 campaign...

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All Spider-Man films returning to theaters starting this April

Zach Jones, Reporter March 21, 2024

Sony Pictures will be showing all eight live action Spider-Man movies in theaters, starting with "Spider-Man" (2002) and ending with "Spider-Man: No Way Home" (2021) as a part of their "Spider-Mondays"...

The first Oscars were given out in 1929 by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.

Stevenson film and moving image students predict the 2024 Oscars

Zach Jones, Reporter March 7, 2024

The Oscars are this Sunday at 7 p.m. and this year's ceremony has gotten the attention of movie lovers across the world. Films such as “Barbie,” “The Holdovers,” “Oppenheimer,” “Poor Things”...

A model of the new addition to Owings Mills North campus

A new chapter for academic excellence at Stevenson

Kalee Corraine, Reporter November 18, 2023

In an increasingly digital and fast-paced world, a physical library may seem inconsequential.   However, the opening of Stevenson University’s magnificent Philip A. Zaffere Library in January is...

Stevensons current theater, the Inscape Theater, is located on Greenspring Campus.

Go to the theater, experience authenticity

Clare Oshman, Reporter November 18, 2023

Stevenson students should be paying more attention to their school’s theater program.  We often overlook Stevenson’s theater program. However, Stevenson University’s theater department is important...

New release, The Holdovers, follows teacher Paul Hunham (Paul Giamatti) and pupil Angus Tully (Dominic Sessa) during winter break at Barton preparatory school.

The Holdovers (2023)

Zach Jones, Reporter November 14, 2023

In his first release since 2017, Alexander Payne’s “The Holdovers” is a comedic yet solemn take on classic holiday films in the modern era of filmmaking.   “The Holdovers” takes place...

America is comically cyclical

America is comically cyclical

Micah Ernest, Editor in Chief November 9, 2023

Since 2020, America can be characterized by daily mass shootings, widespread distrust in “the media,” and a turbulent government highlighted by a seemingly endless battle between a bullheaded businessman...

A voters guide to news as a college student in 2023

A voter’s guide to news as a college student in 2023

Micah Ernest, Editor October 2, 2023

The modern political climate can be characterized by drastic bipartisanship and widespread misinformation fueling people's decisions as they cast votes every election cycle. The inaccuracy and bias demonstrated...

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