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From the editor: Print Chief Emily Clarke reflects on what sets JC apart

Emily Clarke, Print Chief

May 7, 2013

Filed under Op-Ed, Perspectives

Yellow banners are hanging, arranged along the foyer’s ceiling.  The ring fingers of juniors and seniors are decorated with black and gold rings. These things are JC. JC isn’t the building that you’re in or the uniform you wear...

Dual enrollment appears worthwhile

Rebecca Driver, Copy Editor

May 1, 2013

Filed under Op-Ed, Perspectives

With college tuition increasing every day, it is essential to accumulate as many college credits as possible before leaving high school.  AP classes are JC’s current method for achieving this, but those high-level courses are...

May Report Card: Patriot turns the tables by grading the school on today’s issues

Chioma Iheoma, Opinion Editor

April 29, 2013

Filed under Op-Ed, Perspectives

A Reel Great Prom Tradition Attending Senior Prom in the Baltimore National Aquarium and following it up at Dave and Buster’s: $85.  Being one of very few people who can say they had dolphins at their prom:  Priceless. JC ...

Pope Francis brings new hope for the Church

Shannon Olsen, Lifestyles Editor

April 29, 2013

Filed under Op-Ed, Perspectives

Following the election of Pope Francis, I wondered what the newly elected Pope would do to make a positive change in the Catholic Church. Fortunately, I did not have to continue wondering for very long. He started out by ask...

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