Falling Into New Fashion Trends

Carly Herbert, Editor-in-Chief

November 8, 2018

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‘Tis the season for fall fashion to back a comeback. With summer finally in the rearview mirror and a chilly winter ahead, students begin to break out their favorite cool weather gear. Along with the country staples, like...

Rising Numbers of Teenagers With Tattoos

Harper Crater, Sports Editor

November 8, 2018

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A rise in creative self expression is bringing about a rise in the number of teens getting tattoos. The suburbs aren’t immune to the tattoo craze; whether they are being given by professionals or by friends, students are...

Celebrating Halloween with Spooky Superstitions

Carly Herbert, Editor-in-Chief

November 8, 2018

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In the spirit of Halloween, superstitions and scary movies have everyone on the edge of their seats. Almost everyone has some kind of superstition or belief that scares them or maybe just brings out their irrational side, but...

Hurricanes Can’t Stop Our Homecoming

Faith Schaefer, Assistant Editor

October 9, 2018

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     Students from all grades enjoyed a fun-filled and fast paced week, ending with the varsity football team’s win against Culpeper and a lively Homecoming dance. Changes in spirit week due to the unpredictable path of Hu...

World Tourism Day 9/27

September 27, 2018

Sharing Wisdom for College Applications

Faith Schaefer, Staff Reporter

May 23, 2018

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Essays, applications, and recommendations are staple stresses of senior year. Looking back on their final year, seniors remember all the steps they took to push them forward into their future. The graduating class of 2018 leaves...

A Bittersweet Story of Graduating Siblings

Harper Crater, Co-Managing Editor

May 23, 2018

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“What to do when your child goes to college” and “How to adjust to being an empty nester” are common headlines for helping parents cope with their children leaving home -- but where are the articles for siblings on adjusting? As...

Class of 2018 Wills Away its Belongings

May 23, 2018

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I, Taylor Williams, will the Head student trainer for football to Anna Wood: I leave you the responsibility of Coach P’s game day gum. You have such a kind soul and passionate heart, I don’t have a worry in the world about...

Is Generation Z Online Too Much?

Lillie Grimsley, Staff Reporter

February 28, 2018

Filed under Lifestyle

“It’s because of that phone!” A common phrase high school students hear. Parents and teachers have started blaming the Internet for the limited interactions between students, blaming an “Internet addiction.” Yet, this...

Fighting Off the Flu This Season

Emma Gray, Lifestyle Editor

February 28, 2018

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Absences are on the rise and Carol Begley, attendance officer, says the flu is partially to blame. Victims of the flu say this year’s virus is especially rough. Most of the faculty and students that have missed school were...

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