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Senior Profile: Julia Earnshaw

Imani Love, Sports Editor

June 3, 2011

She was voted the most dedicated layout staff member of she enjoys reading, and doesn't mind taking time to go boating and do a little fishing. This person is no other than the cheerful Layout Editor herself, Julia Earnshaw. Earnshaw...

Barker’s speech brings hope for acceptance

Julia Earnshaw, Layout Editor

February 6, 2011

On Jan. 25, students could literally hear a pin drop in the gymnasium as Principal Paul Barker took to the podium to offer up his input on a very important issue. Students were fully aware that Barker’s speech would be about...

JC defeats Gilman in Wrestlepalooza

Julia Earnshaw, Layout Editor

December 12, 2010

Wrestlepalooza succeeded in exciting the crowd once again. This year’s event was complete with the infamous crazy gorilla and a surprising addition: an Elvis impersonator. The JC versus Gilman varsity wrestling match began...

Bendl pushes the world for diabetes awareness

Julia Earnshaw, In-Depth Editor

May 18, 2010

Harford County has been a  witness to some strange and unusual things, but nothing as unusual as seeing a life-sized globe rolling down Route 40, followed by a middle-aged man and his dog. Erik Bendl, commonly dubbed as WorldGuy, and his dog Nice are tak...

‘New’ Country Fair hits all the right notes

Julia Earnshaw, In-Depth Editor

May 13, 2010

When I first heard that the JC Country Fair was being changed to the JC Country Fair and Music Fest, I was a little disappointed. No carnival rides or games? Seriously, what’s the point of going other than to see how much of...

Track team smashes several school records

Julia Earnshaw, In-depth Editor

May 2, 2010

As sophomore Ben Pickett stood on the line for the 3200-meter run on April 10 at the Pikesville Invitational, he took a look around at the other top distance runners in the state and knew he was in for the race of his life. ...

Alice wanders back to “Wonderland”

Julia Earnshaw, Indepth Editor

March 15, 2010

When most people envision the remake of “Alice in Wonderland,” they expect it to be much like the original: a young Alice, bright colors, and the same plot. However, the remake was nothing like the original. It lacked the...

Facebook proves easy to navigate

Julia Earnshaw, In-depth Editor

January 29, 2010

Whether you have a Twitter, Facebook, or MySpace, you’re a part of the latest fad in social networking. So which sites are the best? “The Patriot” staff will be doing a weekly review of different social networking sites. ...

Pep Rally wraps up Spirit Week

Julia Earnshaw, In-Depth Editor

October 20, 2009

This year’s Spirit Week ended with the annual Pep Rally to gear up for the Homecoming game that night. Cheerleaders formed a tunnel around the students to welcome them into the gym. The rally began with a brief introduction by s...

Going green while saving green!

Julia Earnshaw, In-Depth Editor

October 5, 2009

“Going green” has not only become a common household phrase but also a fad. But let’s face it, how many people actually contribute to this environmentally friendly phenomenon? If you can afford to contribute to going...

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