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Black Friday Promises Disappointment

Ben Nichols, staff writer

November 19, 2018

Filed under Opinions

Society turns to chaos annually on the Friday after Thanksgiving. It’s the well-known Black Friday, where shoppers pummel each other and trample store employees.   Black Friday amplifies the negative stereotypes that...

Pumpkin Spice Lattes: Yay or Nay?

Sean Sorek, staff writer

October 19, 2018

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Fall has arrived and so have pumpkin spice lattes. Although others may think they’re overused and cliche, I think they still have charm. It only comes once a year, so why not buy into the hype? They taste good, they bring the...

CTE Opens Opportunities

Sravani Sunkara, editor-in-chief

October 19, 2018

Filed under Opinions

College application season is in full swing, which means seniors are probably in crisis mode about the future, which hovers with uncertainty. Many students get so caught up in the frenzy of college applications that they may not...

Down With Partisan Politics!

Josh Montano, editor-in-chief

October 19, 2018

Filed under Opinions

  Hatred. Anger. Arrogance. These words perfectly characterize the recent years of political strife in the United States, which has enabled ignorance in place of cooperation between parties. Our own members of Congress...

Greenheart Juice and Royal Farms: See the Hype Behind These New Places

Imogen Smith, Staff Writer

May 3, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, Opinions, Showcase

Background: Greenheart Juice was created by Alicia Swanstrom and Diana Morales. Their first brick-and mortar shop is located in Great Falls. On March 31, a second location opened in Leesburg, just behind Mom’s Apple Pie Bakery...

New Gourmet Style Burgers Come to Downtown Leesburg

Kate Harwood, Features Editor

April 27, 2018

Filed under Opinions

Located next to the historic Tally Ho Theatre in Downtown Leesburg, 19 West Burgers offers a authentic, new experience to the basic cheeseburger. 19 West Burgers offers traditional hamburgers and cheeseburgers, along with gourmet options for when you ...

Fashion and Women Empowerment

Cecilia Gagliano, Entertainment Editor

February 21, 2018

Filed under Opinions

Throughout the decades fashion has been influenced by major movements, wars, and entertainment. Believe it or not fashion was also used in favor for feminist throughout history. Clothing became designed to make women more comfortable,...

All the Single Ladies: How to Survive Valentine’s Day

Kate Harwood, Features Editor

February 21, 2018

Filed under Breaking News, Feature, Opinions

To my hopeless romantics, cynical singles, and girls wondering why they don’t have a boyfriend on Valentine’s Day… IT IS OKAY! Everything is going to be alright. There is absolutely nothing wrong with being single in...

Advisory: Is it Beneficial?

James Sanderson, Sports Editor

February 21, 2018

Filed under Opinions

For 40 minutes between the first two blocks of school every Friday, students are participating in Advisory. Introduced to the school this year, its purpose is to “provide time for students and staff to develop stronger relationships...

Women March for Rights

Cecilia Gagliano, Entertainment Editor

February 21, 2018

Filed under Opinions

Last year millions of women took the streets the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration on Jan 21, 2017, angered and fed up with the country’s recent election, and the discrimination women have been facing. As...

Holiday Decorating: When is it Simply Too Early?

Jimmy Sanderson and Sravani Sunkara (respectively), Sports Editor and Staff Writer (respectively)

December 15, 2017

Filed under Opinions

The Earlier the Better! The holiday season is known most wonderful time of the year. Malls, stores, and houses are all covered with decorations. I tend to associate Christmas decorations with a sense of happiness, because my favor...

The PSAT: Should you be Stressing?

Imogen Smith, Staff Writer

October 16, 2017

Filed under Opinions

On Wednesday, October 11, the Preliminary SAT, PSAT, conjured up feelings of stress and worry in many students. The PSAT is a standardized test that students in 9th-11th grade take. It is composed of three sections, reading, wr...

Saudi Arabian Women Fight for Rights

Cecilia Gagliano, entertainment editor

October 16, 2017

Filed under Opinions

On Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017, King Salman Bin Abdelaziz Al Saud and the Royal Decree, announced that the women of Saudi Arabia will be able to drive, but only in accordance with Islamic religious laws, that the government is trying...

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