Fusion: The Future of Energy or Just An Experiment? By Silas Eaton

Recently, scientists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have performed a fusion experiment in which more energy was produced by a fusion reaction than was put into starting the reaction. This is a breakthrough that has many in the field of nuclear physics ecstatic. The gaining of energy from a fusion reaction has been promised … More Fusion: The Future of Energy or Just An Experiment? By Silas Eaton

Nuclear Power: A Safe, Clean Source of Energy By Silas Eaton

When some hear the words nuclear power, they immediately run away. This opinion is not unsubstantiated. The nuclear accidents of Chernobyl, Ukraine, and Fukushima, Japan have often left the public to deem nuclear power as unnecessary. However, nuclear power might just be one of the tools that could save humanity from the extreme effects of … More Nuclear Power: A Safe, Clean Source of Energy By Silas Eaton

Eyes To The Past: The James Webb Telescope By Silas Eaton

One marvel of engineering is the James Webb Telescope. Built by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and launched on December 25, 2021, the James Webb Telescope has many people who thrive on space exploration excited. It promises to bring new discoveries and increased understanding about the early universe. It will allow us to … More Eyes To The Past: The James Webb Telescope By Silas Eaton

The Story of Halloween By Ella Lowry and Kailey Nicholas

Halloween is a beloved holiday by many, young and old alike. It is day celebrated with numerous fun activities, such as trick-or-treating, carving jack-o-lanterns, festive gatherings, dressing in costumes, and eating treats! But not many people know the unique history of Halloween. Halloween is not just about trick or treating and candy, there is a … More The Story of Halloween By Ella Lowry and Kailey Nicholas

The 2022 Gubernatorial Elections By Max Hollingsworth

Maryland’s General Elections will be held on November 8th, 2022. In this race are all of Maryland’s executive officers, all 8 of Maryland’s seats in the House of Representatives, one of its seats in the US Senate, and the State Legislature. The deadline for voting registration is October 18th. Early voting begins October 27th and … More The 2022 Gubernatorial Elections By Max Hollingsworth

The Mindful Psychology Podcast By Valentina Bramati

“The Mindful Psychology Podcast” with Genevieve Angela B., is an equally educational and intriguing source for broadening your view on society. This particular episode contained a take on Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) hosted by doctors Kibby McMahon and Jaqueline Trumbull. They stated that “People that possess BPD are individuals that have trouble with relationships to … More The Mindful Psychology Podcast By Valentina Bramati

College Admission Resources By Jasmine Milbourne

    It is almost August, and for almost every senior that means college application season! Although this time of year can be stressful it is important to realize there are many resources out there to help. One of the many great resources at SJCP is the counseling department. The counseling staff are trained to know … More College Admission Resources By Jasmine Milbourne

Women In Sports By Jasmine Milbourne

For centuries, women have fought for their rightful place in society. From domestic labor to the workforce, the world functions because of women and their achievements. The stereotype of women has long been misconceived to fit society’s standards of what a female should be. Women were subjected to stereotypical myths that prohibited them from competing … More Women In Sports By Jasmine Milbourne

#FreeBritney: A Breakdown and Analysis of Britney Spear’s Conservatorship By Nia Bedard

#FreeBritney. I’m sure that if you have been on the internet within the past six months you have seen or heard of the #FreeBritney movement. However, for those who are unaware here is the breakdown of the movement. Pop sensation, icon, and legend, Britney Spears has been in an ongoing legal battle with her father … More #FreeBritney: A Breakdown and Analysis of Britney Spear’s Conservatorship By Nia Bedard