Journalism B Articles

Students in the introductory journalism class (Newspaper Journalism A & B) practice writing articles throughout the year. Their final articles are posted here on The Prowler’s website to cover some news for the month of June.

June 2021

Students’ Mental Health Issues Since COVID-19
by Samantha Blaine

The new shopping experience — thrifting
by Madison Sherman

Netflix documentary Operation Varsity Blues reveals the consequences of paying your way to success
by Mia Kauffman

No prom of 2021 due to COVID restrictions
by Kameran Williams

Covid strikes again, bringing a virtual option to the 2021 Advanced Placement exams
by Ava Garzan

Virginia upsets undefeated Maryland in the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse National Championship
by Jake Revzan

Cougar Community: Students who stayed involved during the pandemic
by Hailey Baker

Is social awkwardness the new normal? A personal documentation of mental health in the Smith household
by Sam Smith

Analysis of the online AP Exams: 2021 vs. 2020
by Raihanna Terrell

Brace yourselves: your lack of preparation is going to haunt you
by Max Handelman

QO students reflect on pandemic, look ahead to new school year
by Sammy Krimstein

AP Exams look a little different this year, but the effects seem to be neutral
by Reese Owens

MCPS teachers reflect on the past and look to the future as the BOE announces 2021-22 guidelines
by Ella Kotok


June 2020

College Board catastrophe: abundance of glitches lead to $500 million suit
by Dean Arnold

2020 AP exams leave students unsatisfied
by Akansha Dave

Shifts in plans for QO Theatre
by Emma Leath

Gone in a flash: The loss of sports from the eyes of QO students
by Jake Zaiderman

Deaths of Arbery, Taylor, and Floyd spark protests and point to deeper issues
by Anya Sesay

The 1975’s new album: A total letdown
by Phoebe Portnoy

Online SGA elections finish quickly and smoothly
by Jocelyn Wong

Students accuse College Board of AP Exam entrapment
by Xavier Suggs

Going test-optional and what it means for rising seniors
by Riley Smith

QO organizes fundraiser to help students affected by COVID-19
by Fiona Feingold

QO’s delayed spring musical, through the eyes of one cast member
by Julia Dietrich

MLB struggles to return due to coronavirus, negotiations
by Adam Gotkin

First virtual graduation ceremony celebrates Class of 2020
by Natalia Garcia