The Patriot

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  • Monday, Oct. 29 is a D-Day early dismissal.

JC plans for facelift

Daniel Gallen, Editor in Chief

June 1, 2009

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As countless alumni opened their mailboxes in early April, they were greeted by a hefty envelope filled with a paper they were not at all expecting to see: the master plan. The packet contained eight different views of an architect's...

Your Teacher: coming to a computer near you

Kate Froehlich, Editor and Kate Froehlich, Editor

June 1, 2009

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Citing low enrollment in classes, JC made the decision to cut Introduction to Theatre, Probability and Statistics, and AP Vergil from class options, and offer AP French, AP Art History, and Programming online through the Connections...

Tough economy, higher tuition lead to lower projected enrollment

Natalie Shaw, Editor in Chief

May 21, 2009

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Preservationists look to preserve historic buildings. Environmentalists try to protect the earth and its inhabitants.  President Richard O’Hara and fellow administrators follow their own pursuit and, as O’Hara puts it, try to...

Part suppliers save laptops

Natalie Shaw, Editor in Chief

May 21, 2009

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For months, laptops sat in the I/T room, waiting for parts to make them functional. Students snatched up the few available loaners to at least have something to work with after losing countless typed assignments as a result of ...

UPDATE: Snyder wins Junior Miss

Katie O'Hara, Photo and Design Editor

May 19, 2009

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America’s Junior Miss pageant has been giving teenage girls scholarship opportunities since 1958, helping over 500,000 girls by doling out money for school. Kristi Snyder, a junior who participated in the Junior Miss pageant, won for the Greater Baltimore Area. Prior ...

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