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Ashley Huynh

Ashley Huynh, Editor-in-Chief

Ashley is an IB Diploma senior at Watkins Mill High School and Co-Editor-in-Chief for The Current, who adores books and calligraphy.  She is President of the Minority Scholars Program (MSP) and Key Club.  Ashley amplified her voice to uplift students of color as an MSP Intern in 2021 and returned as the Internship Facilitator in 2022, training this year’s cohort of leaders.  In March 2022, she spoke and facilitated a race relations and equity workshop for educators at the National Education Association’s National Leadership Summit in Las Vegas.  Ashley is a Jack Kent Cooke College Scholar and will attend Cornell University to major in Human Biology, Health, & Society after graduation.

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Here are some tips to beat the long, long, long lunch line.

How to always beat the lunch line

Peric Yerima, Opinion Managing Editor
February 23, 2023
As we grow excited for the upcoming conclusion to the 2022 FIFA World Cup, lets not forget the controversies in which this tournament stands upon.

FIFA World Cup 2022: a party over a graveyard

Peric Yerima, Opinion Managing Editor
December 15, 2022
Peric shares his top tips for when youre running  late to class.

Top three tips for when you’re late to class

Peric Yerima, Opinion Managing Editor
September 23, 2022
Senior Ashley Huynh reflects on her past four years and shares her gratitude.  She will attend Cornell University in the fall as Jack Kent Cooke College Scholar.

Senior Reflection: Ashley Huynh

Ashley Huynh, Editor-in-Chief
June 16, 2023
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