Amid Parade, Japanese Culture Abounds

By Gabrielle Headly UJW Staff Writer WASHINGTON — The National Cherry Blossom Festival was filled with people from all walks of life who came together to partake in the Japanese […]

Tourists Find Joy in Cherry Blossom Parade

By Chloe Thompson UJW Staff Writer Washington–Anja, a traveler from Denmark said the only reason she heard of the parade was from Cherry Blossom attendees at the Tidal Basin. “We […]

Column: Have We All Gone Crazy?

By Maggie Gallagher UJW Staff Writer Has our world gone crazy? Is everyone just a violent person waiting to pop? Ever since James Holmes brought an AR15, Glock 40 Caliber, […]

Local schools explore digitizing methods

By Gabby Brooks UJW Staff Writer ROCKVILLE, Md.– In Mooresville, N.C., students file into their classrooms, but instead of pulling out their notebooks and pencils, they have school-issued laptops. The […]

Culture Change Afoot on Eastern Shore

By Chloe Thompson UJW Staff Writer For years, Maryland’s Eastern shore has been balancing two conflicting stereotypes, a culture of coastal living, and a culture of hunting, fishing, and “living […]