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New Teacher Roundup

New Teacher Roundup

Landen Stephens and Dijion Harris

October 15, 2018


Filed under Features, People, Showcase

We asked these new teachers 3 questions each about themselves. The questions were: What classes do you teach? What're your hobbies outside of school? Why did you want to become a teacher? ...

Dropping the beat

Dropping the beat

Jonathan Danilich, Staff Reporter

September 7, 2018


Filed under Features, People, Showcase

Sitting on the couch with reading glasses and a red pen grading papers may seem like a normal Sunday afternoon for an average high school teacher. That’s exactly what English teacher Lori Reaser was doing when she heard a familiar name over her radio. “I’ve always listened to WNRN on Sunday...

The Revcast Pilot: A Conversation About Creating

Jesse Case, Managing Editor

June 6, 2017


Filed under Audio, Features, People

The Revolution has a podcast! Edited and recorded by Jesse Case, the Revcast will feature the students of AHS talking about their lives as artists, athletes, leaders, etc. and will continue throughout the next school year. Listen to our pilot episode on soundcloud, which features Sarah Luria, Anthony...

Interview with Ayoade Balogun: Engineer, Scholar, Philanthropist

Interview with Ayoade Balogun: Engineer, Scholar, Philanthropist

Jesse Case, Managing Editor

June 6, 2017


Filed under Features, People

How does it feel to be a senior? It’s pretty crazy and still pretty hard to believe. Especially these last couple of weeks, have just been several days of “lasts”. Just yesterday I had my last band concert after four years in band and got pretty nostalgic about it. But overall I’m really e...

Juniors design and publish award-winning magazine.

Juniors design and publish award-winning magazine.

Josie Collier, Revolution Correspondent

May 23, 2016


Filed under Features, People

Junior Kieran Rundle wanted to be a published author. In the summer of 2014, Rundle received so many rejection letters that she got aggravated. Instead of giving up, she decided to make her own magazine. “I became really frustrated and grouchy and surfed Pinterest in procrastination from all of my summ...

A Day with a Cop

A Day with a Cop

Ashley Bond, Managing Editor

March 7, 2016


Filed under Editorial, Features, News, Opinion, People

  Ever wondered what it was like to be a police officer? Here’s a sneak peak at a piece of their typical day: 7:40a.m. Police Corporal David C. Wallace escorted me to his police cruiser and we began the ride along. 7:50 a.m. Before heading out to patrol for the day, we stopped at the police gas statio...

A Day in the Life of Spanish Teacher Maria Burruss

Allison Ferralli, Revolution Correspondent

November 4, 2015


Filed under Features, People

    8:30: Spanish Teacher Maria Burruss arrives at school after dropping her daughter off at Cale Elementary School. She begins her day by setting up her slideshow for the day-projecting the “Do Now”, as she tries to stay awake after a recreation volleyball game the night before. Students...

Paleolithic Diet Consumes Students

April 3, 2015


Filed under Features, People

Over the last few years, the Paleolithic diet (a diet based on the types of foods presumed to have been eaten by early humans, consisting chiefly of meat, fish, vegetables, and fruit, and excluding dairy or grain products and processed food) has grown in popularity, as many have become curious about...

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