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The 2016 Al Neuharth Free Spirit Journalism Conference

July 5, 2016

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On the morning of June 18, 2016, 51 rising seniors, one from each state and the District of Columbia, began to travel to Washington D.C. for the Al Neuharth Free Spirit journalism conference. Many of us did not know each other p...

A Look into the Efforts of a Student Filmmaker

June 14, 2016

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To be remembered above all else is the effort that sophomore Duncan Williams put into his first short film, “Looking,” which debuted on June 2 at the Annapolis Mall movie theater. Even among professional filmmakers some projects never reach completion, but Williams persevered, worked on ...

Food Truck Fever this summer at Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Department

June 10, 2016

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From Waffles to Gyros to Cupcakes to BBQ, find it at Food Truck Tuesday at Earleigh Heights from 4 to 8pm this summer As the thick summer air flirts with enticing scents of street food, crowds begin to gather...

SPHS sophomore Duncan Williams debuts short film “Looking”

June 10, 2016

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When Severna Park High School sophomore Duncan Williams started writing the screenplay for his debut short film, “Looking,” he never imagined that it would end up premiering at a movie theater. “I had the flu over the winte...

The Well Club: Dealing with stress by finding positivity

June 10, 2016

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Often, students need a place where they can unwind and escape their busy, stressful lives.  Sometimes they just want support from their peers.  The Well Club offers this type of atmosphere for students who want to enjoy the...

Making A Case for Girls Rugby

February 2, 2016

Filed under Features, Sports, The Talon Archive

With their 2016 season quickly approaching, the Anne Arundel County Rugby program looks to recruit more and more players to maximize their chance for success, as well as to spread the word about rugby to a younger audience as its p...

One Act What?

January 12, 2016

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One Acts are a unique opportunity during the winter Stage Company season each year when students are invited to write and/or direct their own short play. Most one acts don’t exceed forty-five minutes in length, and are gene...

New Year’s Resolutions: Last Year and This Year

December 25, 2015

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Xavier Simms-Jackson “My New Year’s resolution was to become a better person. This year I have the same goal because last year it didn’t really work out. I’m also going to try and be funnier, as well as happier. I’m going to stop talking about people behind their ba...

Empty Seat PSA

December 5, 2015

Filed under Features, Opinion, The Talon Archive

By Daniel Gvozden, SPHS Class of 2004 While I currently live in Los Angeles, make no mistake, I always have and always will call Severna Park my home. You never forget the places that help shape your life and inspire...

Tis’ the Season to Give Back

November 30, 2015

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  Looking for an organization that helps the less fortunate to volunteer with or donate money to? See this list of both local organizations that you can get involved with this holiday season. Thanksgiving and Christmas are righ...

Q&A with Comic Color-Artist Rico Renzi

November 17, 2015

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Rico Renzi, color-artist for The Radioactive Spider-Gwen and The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, answers some questions. Imagine a universe in which the Spider-Man we all know and love, Peter Parker, never put on the costume. Imag...

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