Student-run publications are a critical part of Roland Park Country School's mission of allowing our students to find their voice and to realize that their voice matters.
Quid Nunc, Yearbook
Quid Nunc is a club for the yearbook! As a member, you would participate in creating pages and helping organize the pictures. It is a great way to be a part of something that the whole school looks at. Although it is a very fun organization it is important that as a member you stay committed and do not miss the meetings. All grades are welcome!
Playwright Tom Stoppard once said, “I still believe that if your aim is to change the world, journalism is a more immediate short-term weapon.” In this year-long English elective, open to RPCS seniors and juniors, students will work towards producing a monthly newspaper. Students will learn the fundamentals of journalism and report on events and issues both within and beyond the school. We will read and discuss a variety of newspaper articles as well as long-form journalism in order to understand what makes quality journalism. This course will be highly student-centered, and the newspaper will be shaped first and foremost by its student writers. Students will have the opportunity to pursue the stories that they care about and want to tell, while still upholding the tenets of ethical journalism. Newspaper is a credit course in the Upper School curriculum for juniors and seniors.