Are personality tests really that accurate

Maria Lavrentyeva, Editorials Editor

May 17, 2019

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A human’s personality is a combination of numerous traits, mannerisms, behaviors, and situational reactions. It is different for every person. Over the years, psychologists and scientists in general have learned a great deal...

Should Greta Thunberg stop her climate change strikes

Azzah Abdoalrhman, Co-Editor in Chief

May 17, 2019

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The debate of climate change and how to approach a solution has recently been a hot topic for politicians, news outlets, and students. There have been hundreds of school protests, strikes, and demands from young people to politicians...

Holidays: commercialization competes with quality family time

Editor's-in-Chiefs

January 30, 2019

Filed under Editorials, Uncategorized

Holidays have traditionally been a time for family. Getting together for a grand dinner on Christmas Eve or exchanging gifts and eating latkes during Hanukkah are sometimes one of the only occasions that can get a family together....

2018 midterms

Catherine Shen, Co-Editor in Chief

November 9, 2018

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Most of the current high school students in Henrico County have never taken a midterm. For many years, midterms were scheduled after winter break in late January. However, for the past three years, the Henrico School Board had...

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