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The Revolution

Dual Enrollment vs. AP

June 2, 2017

“Should I take Dual Enrollment or AP” is a common question asked by juniors and seniors when choosing classes, but what really is the difference between to two courses? Both AP and Dual Enrollment classes serve as a way for students to earn college credits before graduating from high school. The...



Alex Leslie, Online Editor

March 9, 2015

With under four minutes left in the Feb. 6 rivalry game Western was pulling away. It was an even battle throughout the first half, but the Warriors controlled most of the second. Then came sophomore Austin Katstra. Albemarle sprinted back on defense while the Crozet-based team tossed the ball down...

Local Boutique Helps Cancer Patients

Local Boutique Helps Cancer Patients

Ashley Bond, Staff Reporter

November 18, 2014

“There’s certain things that make us a woman, and one of them is having breasts,” LaTisha Barnes said. She is the manager and certified mastectomy fitter at Flourish: A Positive Image Boutique in the Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center. Breast cancer “literally breaks [patients] down emotionally,...

AASA takes a trip to Darden Business School

AASA takes a trip to Darden Business School

Julia Harrison, Staff Reporter

February 19, 2013

On Feb. 1, the African American Scholars Alliance took a field trip to Darden Business School at University of Virginia. Ranked as the third best business school in the world, Darden hosted AASA clubs from Monticello, Western, Charlottesville and Albemarle high schools. The curriculum for the day...

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