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Myth vs. Fact - COVID-19 Vaccine

Myth vs. Fact – COVID-19 Vaccine

Anya Rothman, Staff Reporter March 30, 2021

With more people becoming eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine, a lot of myths have been circulating that need to be cleared up. To combat this, let’s  examine six of the most common myths and explain...

When Will Teens Get the Vaccine?

When Will Teens Get the Vaccine?

Anya Rothman, Staff Reporter March 18, 2021

As more Covid-19 vaccines are becoming available, if you are 16 or older, you may be eligible to be vaccinated now or soon. Currently, Virginia is in Phase 1b, which means that healthcare workers, frontline...

First Day Jitters: Students Cautiously Optimistic About Return to School

First Day Jitters: Students Cautiously Optimistic About Return to School

Amy Ballif, Staff Reporter March 14, 2021

Finally the moment we’ve been anxiously awaiting is approaching; the day the endless sea of black boxes and blank faces on the other side of the screen washes away. On March 15, students who selected...

A banner and balloon columns welcome back ninth grade students on March 10.

Starting the Year 8 Months Later

Eavan Driscoll, Staff Reporter March 14, 2021

For the first time this year, students and staff are leaving the comfort of their couches, masking up, and braving the halls as we make the transition to Stage Four learning. “I don’t care how great...

Junior Naquel Perry speaks at Governor Ralph Northam's press conference on Tuesday, June 2.

Leading the Charge

Brian Teweles, Staff Reporter June 5, 2020

Like many high school students during quarantine,  junior Naquel Perry’s sleep schedule is “awful.” After going to bed at 4 a.m. on the morning of June 2,  he was woken up at 11 a.m. by a call...

Six Steps for Keeping Coronavirus at Bay

Six Steps for Keeping Coronavirus at Bay

Anya Rothman, Staff Reporter March 12, 2020

Updated March 18, 2021 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...

This illustration, created at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reveals ultrastructural morphology exhibited by coronaviruses. The spikes that adorn the outer surface of the virus impart the look of a corona when viewed electron microscopically. The illness caused by this virus has been named coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

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...

Patriot Period Changes

January 31, 2020

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....

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...

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