Archive for January, 2015

Snow (CARTOON)

January 30, 2015
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Original cartoon by Shane Braden

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NFL playoff results

January 30, 2015

The NFL Playoffs started on Saturday, January 3, with the Arizona Cardinals vs. the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers won 27 – 16 to move on to play Seattle, and the Seahawks won by 31-17.

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Teacher Talk: January 2015

January 27, 2015
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Welcome to the New Year and the first month of the year, which is January! On this month to mark the beginning of the new year I decided to ask some of the teachers in the school,”What is your New Year’s resolution and why?”. Here are the answers.

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Students create puzzle cubes

January 27, 2015
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Editor’s Note: Ms. Varela’s engineering class made puzzle cubes (three dimensional puzzles) for other students and staff members to solve. This is one student’s reflection on the project.

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Passionately Pink Day Attacks Breast Cancer

January 18, 2015
(Photo: Patterson Press)

Did you see Passionately Pink Day go by? That was the day students and staff wore pink to raise money and awareness to fight breast cancer on October 16.

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Asesinato de estudiantes en México provoca protestas (SPANISH)

January 17, 2015

Editor’s Note: This article is written in Spanish for the benefit of our Spanish-speaking readers.

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Pa’Lante students attend rally for Anthony Brown

January 17, 2015

Students from the Programs Pa’Lante and PGC attended a rally in PG County in support of Maryland’s Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown last October. At the time, Brown was running for Governor of Maryland.

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Lockheed Martin talks to students about engineering

January 17, 2015
Students pay close attention to Lockheed Martin presentation (Photo: Patterson Press)

The Robotics Club brought in an engineering contractor for the government to talk to students about pursuing a careen in engineering and technology. The guest speaker came from Lockheed Martin, a Maryland-based company that is making the F-35 Lightning II airplane for the Air Force.

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Clipper Corner Predicament (OPINION)

January 17, 2015

I love going to the Clipper Corner (Patterson’s school store). However, the teachers don’t necessarily want us to chew, eat or drink anything that we buy from the Clipper Corner.

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Wrestling team destroys Forest Park 49 to 19

January 15, 2015
Darwin Lopez pins his opponent (Photo: Shane Braden, Patterson Press)

  By: Shane Braden, The Patterson wrestling team worked hard to win their meet against Forest Park on December 10th, with a score of 49 to 19–a spectacular win for our team. At their next meet they are going to work hard to win as well to bring Patterson home another victory. Stay tuned for […]

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Patterson Press returns to Newseum

January 13, 2015
Students and chaperons pose on the roof of the Newseum with a view of the Canadian Embassy in the background. (Photo: Jamal Artis, Patterson Press)

The Patterson Press went to the Newseum in Washington, D.C., on December 4. It was a fun learning experience at the museum, where we learned a lot, including about the Berlin Wall.

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Incarceration does not deter drug use, student survey suggests

January 11, 2015

This semester, our Creative Writing class received a visit from Ms. Kelly Burke, Patterson’s Sr. Rehabilitation Therapist through the Department of Community Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. She spoke with us about drugs and how they can affect our minds and bodies.

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