Natalie Kees

Natalie Kees, Staff Contributor

Natalie Kees is a Freshman who is in her first year of Journalism. She took the class because she wants to pursue a career in journalism in the future. She takes enjoyment in reading, writing, drawing, running, and listening to music. Natalie is also currently a member of both Centreville’s Cross Country Club and Debate Club. In ten years, she sees herself in New York City on a journalism internship.

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The Impeachment and Acquittal of Donald Trump

February 14, 2020

It’s a news story that every informed American has no doubt heard by now. The sitting U.S. President, President Donald J. Trump, has been impeached by the House of Representatives, and the following...

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Major Earthquakes in Puerto Rico

January 14, 2020

In the past week, three major earthquakes struck the small island of Puerto Rico; the first earthquake on January 7, the second on January 10, and the third on January 11. The natural disasters have killed...

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Protests in France Over Pension Changes

December 13, 2019

France is experiencing one of its biggest strikes in decades as public sector workers protest against the planned pension reforms that would see them retiring later or facing reduced payouts. This nation-wide...

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The Wildcat Writing Center 2019 Coffee House

November 20, 2019

On the 13th of November at 3:15 pm in the CVHS cafeteria, the 2019 Wildcat Writing Center Coffee House took place. The Wildcat Coffee House is an annual event where students can gather together to share...

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School Lunch Debt

November 8, 2019

You’ve probably heard about it on the news for a while, the school lunch debt crisis is sweeping the nation. Schools all across the United States are thousands of dollars short of where they should be...

Noises On Mars

Noises On Mars

October 17, 2019

Thanks to NASA’s InSight mission, launched in November 2018, we have been hearing new sounds on Mars. The technology that NASA has placed on Mars has led to the discovery of “Marsquakes” (earthquakes...

Greta Thunburg testifies on Capital Hill

Greta Thunberg and Her Fight Against Climate Change

October 4, 2019

Greta Thunberg has been making waves as a global climate activist for the huge movement she has led to save the Earth. She has used the power of this generation's youth--her voice and everyone else's--to...

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Final Four Crewman Rescued from the Golden Ray

September 18, 2019

Earlier last week, the U.S. Coast Guard rescued the final four trapped crewmen from the Golden Ray, a Korean cargo ship that had capsized. The ship turned along the Georgia coast last Sunday morning, where...

Hong Kong Protests

Hong Kong Protests

September 1, 2019

Recent protests in Hong Kong started as a simple proposed bill, before turning into a dramatic escalation of violence, highlighting rising tensions between Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland. Protest...

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