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For Muslim Students, Prejudice Still Looms

For Muslim Students,  Prejudice Still Looms

Carmen Freeman

June 16, 2015

At Wilde Lake, we often feel like as though we live in a world that is over prejudice, when in reality, many still feel the subtle and unseen hand of discrimination. Muslim students, often misunderstood, as a result of stereotyping in the media. Freshman Zuha Wasti defines prejudice as “people...

Culture Day Changes Reflect Rift Between Students and Administration

Culture Day Changes Reflect Rift Between Students and Administration

Carmen Freeman

June 16, 2015

Written By: Carmen Freeman and Misbah Farooqi This year, Culture Day was presented to students in a pep-rally style assembly, during a two hour long 6th period in which half of all 6th period classes went down during the first hour and the other half went down during the second hour. Mr....

Exchange Programs Bring Diversity to Wilde Lake

Senior Charis Ramsing spent her last year of school in a French school in Morocco, while junior Yada Ngamposri is visiting Wilde Lake from her home in Thailand (Photographs by Natalie Varela).

Carmen Freeman

March 16, 2015

Through Howard County’s exchange programs, many students have had the opportunity to experience other cultures. Yada Ngamposri and Charis Ramsing, two Wilde Lake students, have had the chance to take advantage of these programs. Junior Yada Ngamposri is a foreign exchange student from Thailand, who currently lives with a host f...

Ms. Williams Returns, Coaches Volleyball team to Third Round of Playoffs

The Wilde Lake varsity volleyball team finishes off a successful season.

Carmen Freeman

December 10, 2014

This year, Ms. Williams came back ready to go from maternity leave and led the varsity volleyball team to its second 11-5 season in a row. Getting further into the playoffs than they have in the past 15 years, the team eventually lost to Glenelg in a hard fought 3-1 loss in the section finals. The...

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