Monument Avenue 10k

Jacob Hanner, Ad Manager

April 28, 2017

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In March of 2000, a new tradition was started.  Each year, people from all over the state and beyond come to Richmond to participate in one of the year’s biggest races.  Today, 17 years later, nearly 22 thousand participants. Many...

New can man carries the tradition

Dardan Ramsey, Staff Writer

April 28, 2017

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The obligations given to the can man are straightforward: attend the games and get the crowd excited. The job is not taken lightly because there are plenty of responsibilities that come along with being the can man. For the...

Key Club celebrates a year of service in Baltimore, Maryland

Jessica Wen, Features Editor

April 28, 2017

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On March 17-19, members from our Key Club attended the annual District Convention in Baltimore, Maryland. Key Club is a community service club dedicated to bettering our community through helping others. Members participate in...

Model UN: students debate world issues

Jessica Wen, Features Editor

April 28, 2017

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The Model UN Club was able to attend one of the biggest conferences in our area this past month. On March 24-25, ten members of the Model UN club congregated at Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School for their annual conference....

Students donate Easter eggs and Easter baskets to St. Joseph’s Villa

Celina Ng, Editor in Chief

April 28, 2017

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Every spring, people celebrate Easter by doing special traditions such as searching for Easter eggs or opening up Easter baskets. Unfortunately, some families aren’t lucky enough to afford these items for their children. As...

Newseum Reflections

Newseum Reflections

March 24, 2017

Jacob’s Chance: Buddyball

Andrew Greene, Staff Writer

March 24, 2017

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Jacob’s Chance is a not-for- profit organization that runs River City Buddyball. Buddyball gives kids with special needs an opportunity to play sports with the help of a partner, which is known as a buddy. Every season, which...

Educating the Future

Darden Ramsey, Web Editor

March 24, 2017

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Being a student intern requires a lot of hard work and patience, but it is rewarding and has many benefits. Student teaching gives students the opportunity to work with children and assist teachers. Internship locations can be...

School Counseling Wants to Lend a Helping Hand

Jenna Sliman, Copy Editor

March 3, 2017

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National School Counseling Week (NSCW) is an event held by school counseling departments across the nation to bring light to all of the hard work that school counselors do for the students throughout the school year. It is always h...

Private vs. State Colleges

Jena Wooder, Editor-in-Chief

March 3, 2017

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Now that college applications have been sent in, the grueling task of waiting for acceptance letters has come. However, some may struggle with their final decision as they wonder if they would fit better in a private or state...

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