English teacher and journalism advisor finishes a chapter of her life

Jessica Wen, Co-Editor in Chief

May 31, 2019

An invested English teacher and journalism advisor, Mrs. Carolyn Russ has impacted the lives of many young students as they develop their reading and writing abilities. This year will be her last year as a teacher, as she plans...

WEAD and theatre fundraiser

Rachael Loving, Staff Writer

May 31, 2019

This is the 17th year that our theatre department has partnered up with West End Academy of Dance for their annual recital. Their recital this year is a Frozen-Oz twist, to be held on Saturday, June 1, at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. and...

Freshman reflect on their transition into high school

Kristen Willoughby, Staff Writer

May 31, 2019

    Freshman year had its ups and downs, memories, and challenges.   Going into high school, I was very nervous and anxious, but really excited to start at a new school.    I didn’t know what to expect to...

Señora Hand embarks on a new chapter of her life

Jessica Wen, Co-Editor in Chief

May 31, 2019

After 31 years of dedicated teaching and investment into students’ lives, Señora Lisa Hand will be retiring at the end of the school year. Prior to starting at Deep Run in 2004, Señora Hand taught at Hopewell High School...

Seniors plan for military after Deep Run

Jenna Sliman, Features Editor

May 31, 2019

After high school graduation, students have numerous paths they can take. They can directly enter the workforce, attend university, take a gap year, etc. In like manner, one popular option is joining the United States military. Rea...

Senior events; the last of the checklist for seniors before graduation

Cailey Cetani, Staff Writer

May 31, 2019

Senior events have started, signaling the end of the school year. Most seniors already have one foot out the door, but remain here to experience the various traditional senior events. These include school-sanctioned events such a...

New art murals

Lauren Brennan, Staff Writer

May 31, 2019

After high school graduation, students have numerous paths they can take. They can directly enter the workforce, attend university, take a gap year, etc. In like manner, one popular option is joining the United States military. Rea...

Valedictorian: Grant Matteo

Anselm Yededii, Ad Manager

May 31, 2019

June 11 marks the end of the seniors’ journey through high school. The 2019 class will be at the Stuart C. Siegel Center accepting their diplomas, awards, and commemorating their final day as Wildcats.   Grant Matteo ...

Students take pART in and Art Showcase

Jenna Cohen, Staff Writer

May 17, 2019

Each year at school, the seniors in the art program get their own art show in each month of the year. In March, the art show was by Sara Dabney. The art show is entitled Fever. “The show is about expressing the fluidity...

Walls of creativity: students design school mural

Nyla Bell, Photo Editor

May 17, 2019

Each year, art teacher Michael Guyer struggles to get senior students motivated. By the second semester, seniors seem to be less creative in their bodies of work. To combat this, Mr. Guyer came up with the idea of giving the graduates...

New Can Man decided

Jenna Sliman, Features Editor

May 17, 2019

The decision about who will replace senior Evan Black in the role of Can Man has finally been decided. For the 2019-2020 school year, junior Danny Keilty will reign as Can Man. “I was totally surprised when [Evan Black] said...

A look at one of Computer club’s sub sets

Nyla Bell, Photo Editor

April 12, 2019

Cyber-patriot is an international competition for middle and high school students who are interested in learning about cyber-security, network security, and networking. Scholarships are available for students who participate in...

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