By Amanda Greenberg
Community service is not mandatory at Bullis; no members of the Upper School are required to have a certain number of hours, but still tons of students come together each year and contribute their time and efforts to the community. This year, the community service club is bigger then ever, exceeding 30 students, all of whom are excited to participate in the year’s coming events.
The club is in the process of planning a number of events that will help a wide range of people and contribute to many organizations. So far, the club has only received the opportunity to meet twice this school year, but despite their difficult circumstances, they have managed to hold multiple functions already. On particular Mondays after school, members of the community service club and some non-members travel to Martha’s Table in Washington, D.C. to feed the homeless.
By Josh Foreman
Prior to the Presidential Election, Bullis Students will have a little election of their own. With a student representative for each political party, the Bullis community will be able to hear the ideas of the presidential parties and form their own political opinions through a “mock election.” Each party will be able to promote their ideas with their own campaign staff and political advisers.