Huda Khan

Huda Khan, Staff Contributor

Huda Khan is a Senior who is in her third year of Journalism. She took the class because she enjoys to write. She believes that the class is the perfect outlet for her to spread the news to a wide audience through her articles. Her passions and interests besides the class includes reading, going out with her friends and families, and enjoying the outdoors. Besides being an active member for the Sentinel, Huda is also a member of the school’s National Honors Society. In ten years, Huda sees herself working, owning a house as well as a car, and starting her own family.

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2020 Student Peace Award Winner Yebin Sophia Lee

2020 Student Peace Award Winner Yebin “Sophia” Lee

March 18, 2020

Yebin "Sophia" Lee, a senior here at CVHS, received the Student Peace Award along with multiple other Fairfax students on March 1st, 2020. Sophia came to this country from South Korea when she was three...

Sexual Assault/Rape

Sexual Assault/Rape

March 9, 2020

Eight out of every 10 rapes are committed by someone the victim knows. There is an alarming rate of sexual assaults occurring around the world. Reports of sexual assaults in schools are also growing in...

Coronavirus Outbreak

Coronavirus Outbreak

February 6, 2020

Originating in China, the coronavirus outbreak has become a world health crisis. Spreading quickly, the number of casualties is rising. At least 427 people have died, and there are more than 20,000 cases...

The Reality of School Shootings Hits Close to Home

The Reality of School Shootings Hits Close to Home

December 3, 2019

On Thursday November 14, 2019 at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, Los Angeles, there was a shooting that resulted in two dead and three injured. The gunman, Nathaniel Berhow, attacked on his 16th birthday....

Mexico Ambush

Mexico Ambush

November 12, 2019

On Monday November 4, 2019, in Northern Mexico, a gun attack by suspected Mexican drug cartel on a group of US Mormons, caused a 13 year old boy to walk 23km, or 14 miles to get help after hiding his...

(Photo: Tre Hester)

Kurdistan Terror

October 29, 2019

This month, the Kurdish-Syrian residents in Ras al-Ain fled their homes as bombs dropped down, destroying everything. The rush of people fleeing caused a ten-kilometer long traffic jam away from the...

Tunisia - Legal Sex Workers

Tunisia – Legal Sex Workers

October 10, 2019

Brothels have existed in Tunisia for decades, although they’re still legal, women’s rights activists and religious conservatives have closed down almost all of them. Amira, a 25-year-old single mother,...

Former Afghan TV Presenter Murdered

Former Afghan TV Presenter Murdered

May 28, 2019

Mina Mangal, a former television presenter, was shot dead in Kabul, Afghanistan on Saturday, May 11th, 2019. Afghan politicians and women’s rights activists are demanding justice, wondering how...

Margaret Thatcher

Margaret Thatcher

March 18, 2019

When it comes to women’s history, there’s no one cooler than Margaret Thatcher. She’s described as a funny, charming, and exceptional leader, and was the first female prime minister of the UK. She...

Tensions Flair Once Again Between Pakistan & India

Tensions Flair Once Again Between Pakistan & India

March 6, 2019

The Land between India and Pakistan, Kashmir, has been fought for since 1947. Though they officially fought three wars, civilian attacks have been going on for years. There was the India-Pakistan war of...

February Teacher Spotlight: Mr. Hanrahan

February Teacher Spotlight: Mr. Hanrahan

February 26, 2019

Anthony Hanrahan has been a teacher here at Centreville High School for about three years. I’ve had him for two years out of those three years, and he has been an amazing teacher. He teaches a team-taught...

$500 million dollars on podcasts?

$500 million dollars on podcasts?

February 26, 2019

Spotify’s CEO, Daniel Ek, is now investing money in creating podcasts and making a way for radio listening available to Spotify listeners, because of concerns about “screen time.” According to investors,...

Human Trafficking Awareness Month

Human Trafficking Awareness Month

December 14, 2018

Human trafficking is a problem that has been occurring for over thousands of years, and unfortunately is still going on today. Bringing awareness to the problem has not prevented it from happening....

Fight for Rudolph!

Fight for Rudolph!

December 14, 2018

Bigoted, racist, sexist, homophobic! All the classic hallmarks of the much-beloved Christmas movie, Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer. At least that’s what we’ve been told by The Huffington Post. The...

Missing 1600 Year Old Mosaic Found

Missing 1600 Year Old Mosaic Found

November 26, 2018

Looted from a church nearly four decades ago, a mosaic that’s about 1,600 years old has been found and returned to Cyprus. Arthur Brand, a Dutch art historian and art crime investigator, has spent the...

Cameroon  School Kidnapping

Cameroon School Kidnapping

November 13, 2018

On Sunday, in Cameroon's North-West region, 78 school children were kidnapped from their boarding school. Among the kidnapped were 42 girls, 36 boys, the school principal, a teacher, and a driver. They...

49 Days At Sea

49 Days At Sea

October 1, 2018

According to Indonesia's foreign affairs ministry, 19-year-old Aldi Novel Adilang was rescued after he spent 49 days at sea floating on a fish trap. He was reportedly working as a lamp keeper on a remote...

Serena Williams Cartoon Controversy

Serena Williams Cartoon Controversy

September 25, 2018

Herald Sun, an Australian newspaper, wrote a cartoon about Grand Slam tennis champion Serena Williams, that has been marked racist by people in Australia as well as the United States. In a statement released,...

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