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Fault in Our Stars is Faultless

Fault in Our Stars is Faultless

Eliza McKnight, Staff Reporter

June 10, 2014

The highly anticipated movie The Fault in Our Stars reached theaters on June 6. Based on the best selling novel by John Green, the movie was just as emotionally manipulative as the book. Starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort, viewers follow an epic love story shared between two teenagers who met ...

10 Things to do in VA This Summer

Alex Joncas, Staff Correspondent

May 16, 2014

Have you ever wondered what there is to do in Charlottesville in the summer? You have come to the right place. You don’t have to travel far to experience all the fun Charlottesville has to offer. Listed below are the top 10 things to do over the summer.   10. The Paramount- Ash Lawn Opera...

Sounding Confident

Junior Olivia Whicheloe, playing Maria Rainer, sings “Do-Re-Mi” with the von Trapp children, played by (L-R) Anya Rothman, sophormore Sara Madison Gildersleeve-Price, Sarah Beiter, freshman Doug Kulow, junior Stephanie Owen, Landon Duval and freshman Annalise Livingston. “I like ‘Do-Rei-Mi.’ It’s her first real moment alone with the kids,” Whicheloe said. “It’s her way of saying ‘hi’ and ‘this is who I am’ and I’m not going to change who I am. I want to see what I can do to change you to make you happier.”

E. Edwards, Staff Reporter

May 16, 2014

“There won’t be a single dry eye in the house,” junior Joey Wharton predicted about that weekend’s performances of The Sound of Music. Based on a true story, The Sound of Music tells the story of young nun, Maria, who goes to work for Captain Von Trapp as a governess to his seven children....

C’Ville’s Summer Music Scene Lights Up

Lee Tyler, Revolution Corrospondent

May 16, 2014

Now that the end of school is approaching, you can finally go to those Wednesday night concerts to check out the music scene of Charlottesville.  All of the concerts are all ages so no need to worry about getting in.  Both local and national acts will perform and bring the sound of music to the Downtown...

Spring entertainment preview

Melanie Arthur, Staff Reporter

March 27, 2013

Movies Scary Movie 5: April 12th Oh, not again. I can’t even remember there being a fourth movie to this now 13 year old parody series. However, I can’t hate on all of the Scary Movies. Personally, I thought the third was very funny, making fun of movies such as The Ring. But after watching it ...

This year Thursday is the new “Friday”

This year Thursday is the new

Kaitlyn Miller, Managing Editor

November 16, 2012

Oh YouTube.  We love it so much.  We love its free music videos, its pirated movies, and, of course, its ability to make the next generation of singers. Many stars have risen from YouTube, such as Justin Bieber, Carly Rae Jepsen, and now, apparently, the new Rebecca Black: Nicole Westbrook. That’s...

The Dip-Dye Movement

Freshman Laura Hudgins had her hair dyed professionally rather than use Kool-Aid.

Julia Harrison, Staff

October 9, 2012

A relatively new and experimental art that drowned the AHS student body in its colorful flair and secret fruity deliciousness this summer was do-it-yourself dip-dying with Kool-Aid. Students all over school have recognized it as the new hair feather. Dip-dying exploded after Lauren Conrad posted it...

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