2020 Presidential Election

2020 Presidential Election

Crystal Kalin
November 6, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has caused billions of voters to cast their votes by mail for this year's 2020 election, raising the possibility that the American citizens may not know the outcome of the election...

Margaret Thatcher

Margaret Thatcher

Huda Khan and Alex Skelley
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...

Human Trafficking Awareness Month

Human Trafficking Awareness Month

Huda Khan , Author
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....

Why Barbara Comstock lost 38 Years of Republican Control

Why Barbara Comstock lost 38 Years of Republican Control

Stratis Bohle
November 13, 2018

With the reported Blue Wave coming in on a whimper on Tuesday the 6th of November, the Virginia 10th District Congressional race was the first to fall. The Republican and Democratic candidates were decided...

The Story of Emperor Norton I

The Story of Emperor Norton I

Aidan Herklotz
November 1, 2018

The United States of America has had 45 presidents (or 44 depending on who you ask), but only once has the U.S had an Emperor. This is the story of Joshua Abraham Norton, the first and only Emperor the...

Serena Williams Cartoon Controversy

Serena Williams Cartoon Controversy

Huda Khan
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,...

Miss America Shifts From a Pageant to a Competition

Miss America Shifts From a Pageant to a Competition

On Tuesday June 5, the Miss America Organization has announced that the Miss America pageant will no longer be judging based on looks. Gretchen Carlson, the director of the Miss America board of directors,...

President Trump Hosts French President for First State Visit

President Trump Hosts French President for First State Visit

Marwa Hameed
May 3, 2018

On the 24th of April, President Trump and the First Lady welcomed French President, Emmanuel Macron, and his wife, Brigitte, in a formal ceremony on the south lawn of the White House. This marked the Trump...

Photo taken by the U.S. Navy

Syria Hit by America, France, and the United Kingdom

Stratis Bohle
April 23, 2018

The April 7th chemical attack in the Syrian city of Douma has brought condemnation from many countries including the United States. The use of chemical weapons has been against international law since...

In Opposition To Raising The Age To Purchase Firearms...

In Opposition To Raising The Age To Purchase Firearms…

Stratis Bohle
April 6, 2018

On Thursday, February 22 President Trump along with Governor Rick Scott of Florida advocated for the raising of the minimum age requirement for firearms to the age of 21. Why even bother having an age...

Windstorm Disrupts FCPS Operations

Windstorm Disrupts FCPS Operations

Jazz Padgett
March 7, 2018

On Friday, March 2, winds up to 60 mph came across New England and northern Virginia. The high winds led to power outages, scattered debris, traffic jams, and school closings. Students were happy to hear...

Zoic: Art of CVHS

Zoic: Art of CVHS

Hannah Jane Kim
March 7, 2018

  Centreville High School is home to many talented students. Our art department produces beautiful masterpieces showcased in the office. From sculptures to paintings, we have it all. Students...

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