Frederick community protests violence in Ferguson, Mo.

September 13, 2014

By Meg DePanise About 75 protestors marched the streets of downtown Frederick Thursday Aug. 28 to show their support for the residents of Ferguson, Mo., where Michael Brown, a black man, was shot and killed by a white police officer. The group marched from South End Park at Burck Street to West South Street and […]


Decker takes role as admission director

September 13, 2014

By Samantha Helmold As the 2014 year begins, former admission counselor, Jennifer Decker, steps into her new role as the admission director at Hood College. After making her way to Hood College in early 2010, and after spending almost four years as an admission counselor, Jennifer Decker applied to be the admissions director. “The transition […]

Design by Maggie Thomas.

Delta Alpha Pi to host art show

September 13, 2014

By Samantha Helmold Honors society group, Delta Alpha Pi, will present disabled students’ work for the first time at Hood College. Delta Alpha Pi is a honors society for students with disabilities and not only will they be featuring work from Maggie Thomas and Maeve Goldstein, but they will also be featuring artists from the […]


SGA Corner Update: August/September

September 13, 2014

Logan Samuels, Public Relations Chair Welcome back, Blazers! It’s hard to believe it’s already fall semester, but SGA couldn’t be more excited to kick off a new school year! Student Government wrapped up last year with The Passing of the Gavel where we presented our new executive board, gave out awards and listened to speeches […]

Student Activities Fair successful once more

September 13, 2014

By Cameron Rogers With a high attendance and an even greater student interest in the various clubs and organizations, the 2014 Hood Student Activities Fair proved to be one of the most successful installments yet. The fair’s purpose is to introduce the freshman population to all of the extracurricular activities going on around campus. It […]

Hood to host the March on Frederick

September 1, 2014

By Logan Samuels, News Editor From our unique dinks to our large, pink spoon, it is fairly obvious that Hood College is invested in tradition. Every year at Hood, there are dozens of happenings that stem from the past. For example, we have the Midnight Breakfast in preparation for finals where our staff and faculty […]

A message from the SGA President to the class of 2018

September 1, 2014

Class of 2018 My name is Tim Hulyk, and I am a senior here at Hood. I will be serving as president of the Student Government Association for the upcoming school year. On behalf of the returning students, I would like to welcome you into the Hood community. I’m sure there have been a wide […]

Transitioning into the future

September 1, 2014

By Jiselle Lopez As Hood students and staff return from summer break to begin the new school year, incoming freshman are faced with the challenge of entering a college in transition. In May of 2014, a strategic plan was posted on Hood’s website that maps out the changes the college administration has laid out for […]


Hood Undergoes Big Renovations This Summer

September 1, 2014

By Logan Samuels, News Editor While Hood students were lounging on the sand of a beach, working furiously at their summer job or landing their dream internship, Hood College underwent several changes to make the campus more functional and presentable for its staff and students. Every summer, there are a variety of changes to the […]


Fall fashion trends with Heidi Marino

September 1, 2014

By Heidi Marino Fall marks the start of many things happening in Frederick: a new school year, a change in weather and of course, new fashion trends. Yet, let’s face it – as college students, most of us prefer to stroll around campus in our sweats and hoodies. Honestly, when life revolves around making it […]