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'THE CHIEF': Brianna Luberisse showed again that she is elite, winning the $4,000 Pathfinder Communications Award.

PATHFINDER BRIANNA TAKES 1st PLACE

Jay Class, Staff Writer
May 22, 2020
DELIVERED; To Mr. Hanif''s garage, given that school closed, and now in the possession of Senior Class Adviser Mrs. Cartwrtight. Shout-outs to Yearbook Editors Brianna Luberisse, Brianna Dwyer, Sireayah Jones, Mariel Beckford; also Yearbook Staff members Tish Strachan, Kayla Stolda, Dorana Saint Fort and Alyssa Stephens.

The 2020 Yearbooks are here

Jay Class, Staff Writer
May 22, 2020
INSPIRATION TO ALL:

Women beats all

Karla Salvador, Staff Writer
March 13, 2020
ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE: Michelle Brown is the president of her own communications company, formerly worked for Palm Beach Post, and previously been the communications manager for various corporations.

WHM Week 2: Michelle Brown

Skyy Hinson, Managing Editor
March 12, 2020
ROLE MODEL: English instructor Ms. Kirkman reflects on female role models,

Each one, teach one

Skyy Hinson, Editor
March 10, 2020
SPEAKING THE UNSPEAKABLE: Ms. Baker, Digital Design instructor, reflects on how women's role changed in the past 20 years and what Women’s History Month means to her personally. “I’ve seen a drastic change from being a young girl in middle school to now an adult women working in high school and going through college and corporate ladder of my working career. I’ve seen a lot more women be the forefront for a lot of companies, [and] having a woman in the presidential electrical ballet was major, that was history in itself”, said Ms. Baker. “[Women’s History Month] is a month that highlights all of the women in the world because women are the birth of a nation, no matter where it is in the world, nothing can happen without a woman. Women’s history month shines a spotlight on things that go unsaid or unforeseen. I’ll like to see change but I know they are already happening.

Born to change

Karla Salvador, Staff Writer
March 6, 2020
CELEBRATING STUDENT PUBLICATIONS: During Scholastic Journalism Week. Feb. 24-28, students shed light on their publication staffs and what they do.

SJW 2020

Skyy Hinson, Managing Editor
March 5, 2020
LINGERING MEMORIES: There were countless scenes to capture during Seniors Brianna Luberisse and Alyssa Stevens visit to Baltimore to visit Morgan State University's School of Journalism & Global Communications. Here are a scenes worth remembering.

Best of Canes meet MSU

Brianna Luberisse, Editor-in-Chief
March 5, 2020
ALEXANDRA GRIMES :A Junior in the Pre-Medical Academy says , ''Women's history month means that we had a moment in life to show how strong a women are and what her capabilities are. Many would think just because woman are small and less stronger than men  doesn't mean we dont  have many powers. Most people don't see or think we have it and it affects me because i sometimes feel i don't have enough strength to do what a man can do and it's given me the mindset that i can do anything to my ability and its describe my personality because i know i'm strong''.

Women’s powers

Janiyah Jackson, Staff Writer
March 5, 2020
THE FORMULA TO APPRECIATION: Here showcases a key chain quoting,

Gratitude

Le'Anna White, Staff Writer
March 5, 2020
LAZY THOMAS:  
 Here's lies a cat that symbolizes  carelessness.

Fight the procrastination

Le'Anna White, Staff Writer
March 5, 2020
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