You know, I’m something of a Spider-Man fan myself
With the release of “The Batman” on March 4, the Caped Crusader has another movie to notch onto his already-impressive belt
Jon Kent, the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, comes out Nov. 9
The infamous trend encourages school-based vandalism and disrespect
Blair remains undefeated after a commanding victory over Northwood
The director’s cut of the 2017 disappointment is also a disappointment
John David Washington and Zendaya shine in Netflix’s latest original written and directed by Sam Levinson
On Feb. 3, Silver Chips Print and Silver Chips Online spoke with outgoing MCPS superintendent Jack Smith about his impact as an educator, ongoing COVID-19 recovery plans, and what's next for the school district. Read the full Q&A here.
Blazers react to the vow to change one of Major League Baseball’s most controversial names
Blazers react to the insurrection that took place at the Capitol
The 1988 classic is the only movie to truly encapsulate the Christmas spirit.
In MCPS, more students are choosing to withdraw from its schools
Blair students may be surprised to hear that Blair staff members are having the same feelings of loneliness and isolation as they are
Is dressing up in tights really the most effective way to keep Gotham City safe?
The improvements and lack of intriguing titles just aren’t worth $500
Naughty Dog’s sequel to 2013’s “The Last of Us” rises above controversy and represents a major step forward for video game storytelling
Join our host, Chris Flatt, for his Emmy opening.
Artwork by Luke Sanelli
A drawing of a student fumbling books.
The son of Clark Kent comes out as bisexual.
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