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Six Steps for Keeping Coronavirus at Bay

Six Steps for Keeping Coronavirus at Bay

Anya Rothman, Staff Writer

March 12, 2020

From coronavirus to the common cold, sicknesses are in full swing this season. Both students and teachers should know to take steps to prevent becoming sick, be able to determine the severity of your sickness, and work to keep from spreading illness. The basic symptoms of a cold are a runny no...

Coronavirus Disease Outbreak

Coronavirus Disease Outbreak

Amy Wang, Staff Writer

March 12, 2020

The coronavirus has infected many worldwide, causing a lot of panic and cancellation of events, from in-person classes at universities to international sports games. Hundreds of people are sick and dozens of people have died in the U.S. and the spread of the virus is inescapable.    In late 2019, an outbreak of pneumonia with ...

Patriot Period Changes

Patriot Period Changes

January 31, 2020

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Former Ambassador and Terrorist Attack Survivor to Visit AHS

Former Ambassador and Terrorist Attack Survivor to Visit AHS

Dijion Harris, Staff Reporter

March 18, 2019

A former U.S. Ambassador who survived a terrorist attack to her embassy is speaking at AHS on Friday. Prudence Bushnell was the U.S. Ambassador to Kenya when Al-Qaeda attacked the embassy in 1998. For her work after the bombing, Bushnell was featured in Vanity Fair in 1998 for the Hall of Fame and...

Opening of the New Skate Park

Opening of the New Skate Park

Landen Stephens, Staff Reporter

March 8, 2019

The new Charlottesville Skate Park opened this past Saturday, March 2.The park is complete with three separate areas with varying degree of difficulties, including a section for beginners, an intermediate level, and then a section for more advanced tricks, complete with bowls and banks. With a $2.4 mi...

Working Together: A Brief Look Inside the Peer Tutoring Center

Working Together: A Brief Look Inside the Peer Tutoring Center

Josh Ewing, Staff reporter

February 13, 2019

While it started out as a writing center, the Peer Tutoring Center has evolved into a fully-fledged program with over a hundred members. The Peer Tutoring Center, located in room 88, is a place to go if you need help studying, completing your homework, working on an assignment, or anything in bet...

Scooter Start-Ups

Scooter Start-Ups

January 28, 2019

If you’ve been driving around downtown as of late, you may have noticed a smattering of green scooters and bikes on sidewalks. Stick around long enough, and you’ll probably spot someone zipping around on one. This new sight is attributed to the California-based company Lime, who brought in 200...

Patriot Period Activities for Jan 28 – Feb 1

Josh Ewing, Staff reporter

January 28, 2019

Tuesday Trashketball: a fun spin off of regular basketball, but played with a paper ball. Look up Houck, Lauren E 123. Wednesday Culinary Arts Discussion: Chef Poindexter is hosting a session to talk about culinary arts, saying, “Interested in learning more about field of Culinary Arts, but ...

Midterm Election 2018

Brian Tewles, Staff Writer

November 6, 2018

U.S. Senate Race Tim Kaine Party Democrat Republican Funding $21.7 million $2 million Previous Experience in Politics VA Governor 2006-2010 DNC Chair 2009-2011 VA Senator 2012-present Prince William County BOS Chairman 2006-present Stance on Statues Thinks we ...

The Alexander Technique

The Alexander Technique

October 19, 2018

Newbery Award-winning author Kwame Alexander spoke to a packed auditorium on Oct.5 as part of his tour for his new novel, Swing.

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