By Jacob Kersh
Back in February 2018, cinematographer and YouTube sensation Sam Kolder was given the opportunity to travel to Africa. There, he partnered with the organization VETPAW (Veterans Empowered To Protect African Wildlife), and learned all about the war against poaching. He
By Amanda Sames
Here at Glenelg High School, many people are unaware of the cute terrapin that Marine Science classes are taking care of from September to April. However, Mr. Regis has been participating in this Maryland Environmental Services program for four years already.
By Ellie Henderson
The Chesapeake Bay has been an important and historic water way for hundreds of years. It is the largest of 130 estuaries in the United States, which are some of the most productive environments on the planet since they provide a wide variety of habitats that support thousands of species of animals and plants. The bay’s watershed goes through the states of New York, Delaware, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. With the amount of pollution that is in the bay, the area is almost uninhabitable by animals and people.
By Sarah Cipolla
A long standing tradition at Glenelg High School is the Senior Crab Feast. Depending on the year, either the GHS PTA or the graduating class is kind enough to treat the entire Senior class to barrels of crabs, large gooey dishes of mac and cheese, and delectable drinks of all flavors. Although there were some scheduling issues, the Senior Crab Feast ended successfully.