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’13 Students Relive Freshman Year

Alexa Hodges, Online Editor

October 10, 2013

Just four months ago, Albemarle’s senior class of 2013 walked the stage of John Paul Jones Arena to finally earn their diplomas, marking the end of one era, and the beginning of another. The Revolution decided to catch up with three members of the class of ‘13 to see what college life is all about. Just...

Senior Plans

Senior Plans

May 17, 2013

-A- Brian Adams-ODU Naaila Ahmad– GMU (Honors) Lexus Anderson–Lynchburg College Curtis Auman-Working Patrick Aung-JMU   -B- Ebony Barnes– Lynchburg College Rachel Barranco-CNU Briana Becerra-JMU James Bellew -UVA Corey Birckhead- PVCC Lauren Black-moving...

Envirothon places 3rd at Regionals

Envirothon places 3rd at Regionals

Melanie Arthur, Staff Reporter

April 25, 2013

“My house is in the middle of the woods and we have a creek that runs at the edge of it,” senior Elizabeth Hillstrom said. “I grew up playing outdoors, very connected to nature, and I suspect this is why I love the opportunities afforded by Envirothon to get outside and study the natural world.” On...

AHS robotics team creates “Arcturus”

Jenn Leider, editor

April 25, 2013

“The robotics team is a diverse age and gender team, composed of students that love problem solving, critical thinking, and having fun,” senior Eric Hahn said. The robotics team, Defying Gravity, is a team composed of nine AHS students- six boys and three girls. This past year, Defying Gravity...

Norwegian exchange student Ine Landehagen comes to America

Jenn Leider, editor

March 22, 2013

“I've always wanted to go to America and experience something different than old boring Norway,” for Norwegian Ine Landehagen, coming to America as an exchange student was an adventure. Landehagen was born in Oslo, Norway, but currently lives in Sætre, Hurum. Her first thoughts when she landed...

What To Do Over Spring Break

Jenn Leider

March 22, 2013

Since winter break has passed and a few months have gone by, students are eagerly looking forward to spring break. But unless you’re planning a trip of some sort, by day three you’ll probably be bored out of your mind. Here are some ideas on how to battle that boredom with fun things to do. 1....

Passengers: the not so silent killers

Passengers: the not so silent killers

Bailey Bush, Staff Reporter

February 19, 2013

Having the freedom to drive by yourself is something that nearly every teen looks forward to. Of course the best part is being able to drive their friends around, but with a license and the ability to have passengers comes responsibility. The responsibilities include staying away from all the avoidable...

Oh! James, how did you get so good at dancing?

Oh! James, how did you get so good at dancing?

Bailey Bush, Staff Reporter

February 19, 2013

Senior James Oh has taken up an unusual hobby, namely, swing dancing. Swing dancing is a style of dance that takes after the jazzy moves developed in the 1920s and 1930s. Oh started dancing on Dec. 16, 2011 at 2 p.m. in Washington state. “I started dancing because I told one of my friends that I...

Ten things to fill your time over winter break-your guide to holiday fun

Ten things to fill your time over winter break-your guide to holiday fun

Bailey Bush, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2012

Baking is one of the many things you could do over break.With Winter Break falling at an odd time this year, students have an unusual amount of time after Christmas and New Year’s before school starts back up again. So you’re probably wondering what to do with all the free time. Here are a few ...

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