Dozens of teens break the news: Headlines as varied as the teen staffers who wrote them.

Volume 24, Issue 6Gigi Levin checks out Purdue Institute report on civic competency. Photo teasers for Che Demczuk's visit to Through the African American Lens exhibit and Sukrana Uddin's story on 2015 Louder Than a Bomb Winners.

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Wed.-Sat., Oct. 7-10, 8 p.m (Sun., Oct. 11 2 p.m.): Godspell Robert E. Parilla Performing Arts Center at Montgomery College, 51 Manakee Street, Rockville, Md. Tickets: $5 (students with student ID), $10 (standard admission), $8 (senior citizens).


Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15 through Oct. 15: Gala Theatre: On the mainstage, see Yerma, an adaptation by Fernando J. López of Federico García Lorca's 1934 exploration of what it means to be a modern woman. In the Galita performance space, see Nuevas aventuras de Don Quijote. Follow the links for specific dates and showtimes.





YDC salutes former staffers who donated to launch volume 25.

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