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Colorful ceramics pottery from MollySVH that is colorful like our student work.

Who Is Mrs. Mangold?

Abby Sharp, Engineer March 20, 2023

Every student at Brunswick High is required to have atleast one art credit to graduate. If you're not interested in theatre, orchestra, band, or photography, I suggest taking either Ceramics 1 or Drawing...

Mr. Shupp at his desk where all the grading happens!

The Stupendous Shupp

Jay Follin, Engineer March 15, 2023

Mr. Jason Shupp is located in room 215.  He teaches film study, an English elective, and English.  Mr. Shupp has been teaching for 18 years. He decided to teach because he was a good student...

The owner Rebekah decorating baby shower cookies while interviewing.

Hive Cake Shop

Jay Follin, Engineer March 9, 2023

Hive Cake Shop is a small business in downtown Brunswick. The owner Rebekah Ontiveros and her sister Sally started the company recently, just before the COVID shutdown. Their parents wanted them...

Brunswick, Maryland, Station
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What Makes Brunswick So Historic?

M.J. King and Luke Lusk March 1, 2023

What makes Brunswick so historic? What history could such a small town hold? Here’s what our research has shown us— Brunswick was formerly known as Berlin and many other names. It was originally...

A picture found on Wikimedia Commons of a locomotive in Brunswick, Maryland. Courtesy of Ray Soderberg.

History of Brunswick As A Railroad Town

Paul Beck, Engineer February 24, 2023

     Brunswick — a small township located within southwestern Maryland — holds a rich yet largely unknown history with specific regard to the development of the city as a railroad town.   ...

Allison Wilder (Left) with her daughter Lucy Virgilio (Right)

Ampersand Open In Downtown Brunswick

Isaac Hatch, Engineer February 21, 2023

The city of Brunswick is abuzz with excitement as a new boutique store, Ampersand, makes its grand debut. Curated with an eye for quality and an appreciation for vintage goods, the store offers a wide...

Polaroid of Gene Simmons of Kiss without his makeup

Brunswick’s Mr. Belcher Before Teaching

Rileigh Tissue, Engineer February 9, 2023

Curtiss Belcher is a teacher at Brunswick High School—but what a lot of students do not know is that he had an interesting career before teaching. After high school, at just 19 years old, Belcher was...

Welcome Freshmen!

Welcome Freshmen!

Jay Follin, Engineer February 7, 2023

Welcome to Brunswick High School! It's a bigger school than the middle school—and grades do matter. Here are some things that will help you get good grades: Do your work Participate in class ...

Cats, Politics, And More Government Accountability

Cats, Politics, And More Government Accountability

Baylin Hoffman and Michael Simpson February 2, 2023

Brunswick, Maryland—home to a unique political activist—a stray orange cat known as Hobo Harry, who, according to his Facebook account, is running for City Council. Despite his feline identity, Harry...

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Apathy Makes Voting Almost Useless

Ava Stiglicz, Engineer May 31, 2022

Voter registration among young adults is at an all time low. The Civic Center says, “fewer than 20% of youth who will turn 18 by the 2022 midterms were registered to vote.” Fewer than 20% is awfully...

How computer vision has multiple applications in the real world.

How AI Is Changing The Future

Michael Kittredge, Engineer May 29, 2022

Artificial Intelligence (AI) was first seen in the science fiction world—with talking houses and futuristic assistants. Those are now a reality, and the future of AI remains to be seen. Now, automated...

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My Last Stop

Chloë Gregory, Engineer May 17, 2022

High School has been simultaneously the shortest and longest experience of my life. It changed so much about who I am and how I see the world, and yet, it was only four years of my life. This school...

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