By: Hannah Sweiderk
Megan Ball (class of 2022) and Bakhari Nokuri (right) playing "Rosaria," a duet written for marimba, composed by Nokuri.
Bakhari Nokuri has been composing music since he was in fifth grade. From video game adaptive music to band ensemble pieces, it’s Nokuri’s ability to explore emotions through music that resonates most with listeners.
But it's Nokuri's latest piece that has helped him make better sense of one listener in particular: himself.
By: MaKena Vass
The sun has just crested the hill; the warm light sparkles on the morning dew; the cool air blows red and yellow leaves off nearby trees. Birds sing, greeting the new day. Horses nicker in anticipation of breakfast.
But this fall day is not about pumpkin pie or turkey; the peaceful scene only lasts for a few moments as competitors, groomers, and staff have a full day ahead of them.
On October 15, Maryland 5 Star hosted its second cross country day at Fair Hill, an equestrian venue in Elkton, MD.
By: Laurel Kutz
Most people think of M&Ms as a classic candy, the unchanging all-American chocolate treat. These candy-coated chocolates started as a wartime pick-me-up for American soldiers overseas during World War II. Unlike other chocolate candies at the time, M&Ms wouldn’t melt in your hand when you tried to eat them, which was an innovation that customers loved.
By: Meredith Neely
With the football season well underway, and Covid held at bay, many students at Glenelg are enjoying congregating and celebrating with classmates outside the confines of the classroom setting.
There may be no better example of student spirit than what’s on display at Friday Night Lights, an event where many join to tailgate, enjoy the student section with friends, and cheer on the varsity football team after a long week of hype and excitement.