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Model United Nation Conference Presents New, Unique Opportunities

Model United Nation Conference Presents New, Unique Opportunities

Noor Naseer, Sports Editor

March 4, 2020

Over Presidents’ Day weekend, the Blake Model United Nations Club travelled to Washington D.C. for a conference. Students landed on Feb. 13 and split into groups, some going to Senator Tina Smith’s office, while others went to the National Mall. That day students also attended the opening ceremony a...

Open Mic Night loses popularity

Hazel DeHapporte '19 performs at Open Mic Night on November 10th.

Elizabeth Opp, Opinions Editor

March 13, 2017

Graduation requirements include art. Senior speeches are frequently given on the perks of taking art courses and branching out through classes from Drawing and Painting to Ceramics. The visual arts are well supported in our community. More than just that, musical arts courses are offered as well; ch...

Club Spotlight: Quiz Bowl

Seven seniors from the school competed in the State Quiz Bowl Tournament and placed third as a team.

Varun Agarwal and Neo Bhavsar

March 19, 2015

“Quiz Bowl competes in “interscholastic general knowledge competitions that test our thinking in all of the ‘traditional school subjects’ like Social Studies, English Grammar and Literature, Sciences, Art History, Math as well as general knowledge and trivia categories,” says Aditya Shekhar ...

Student leadership outside of school

Maddie McConkey '16 in Representative Applebaum's office

Katya Tobak, Arts & Culture Editor

March 19, 2015

Sports, clubs, volunteering, and jobs are all extracurricular activities that Blake students look forward to even after spending a long day at school. Their free time has now become filled with other responsibilities from such activities. Most importantly, these activities help spark a greater interest...

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