Category: Severn School News

An End to Blood Drives (and Blood Shortages) in the Future? Fellows Project Seeks to Create Synthetic Blood in the Lab

An Interview with Chase O’Malley Casey He: Please introduce yourself for those who don’t know you. Chase O’Malley: My name is Chase O’Malley, and I am a senior here at Severn School. I am very interested in science, and I plan to study chemical engineering and entrepreneurship in college. Outside of class, I am a…

Fall Play Review: Murder’s in the Heir

by Sophia Amplo, ’23 Billionaire Simone Starkweather plans to clone herself using the money meant for her family and work staff. Her heirs’ loss in fortune causes them all to turn against the aging woman and one decides to take her life at midnight in the Starkweather mansion. Billy St. John’s Murder’s in the Heir…

Editorial: Parking Issues at Severn

Parking at Severn is a controversial topic. Every day in advisory, I hear tales of this morning’s parking struggles, and conversations about parking continue all day. Quotes like these float through the hallways: “I circled around to find parking three times this morning and completely missed advisory after I had to park at Cypress.” “Severn…