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The custodial staff stands for a photo. They have been extremely helpful and necessary during this difficult time.

Custodial staff vs. the pandemic

Kayla Combs, Staff reporter June 14, 2021

Nowadays, custodians are often surrounded by sanitizers and chemical cleaners daily. One of these chemicals is “KBQ,” also called “Virus”, and is the most commonly used chemical for cleaning hard...

COVID year wrap-up

COVID year wrap-up

Erin Wills, Staff reporter June 10, 2021

A scene from Marlaena Henry's film

Future Filmmakers

Janhvi Spahr, Staff reporter June 9, 2021

Everybody has their favorite movie. Whether it be a classic or a new release, film has reached all corners of America and the world. The actors of movies are part of what brings the movies to life, but...

Turu's is one of the several pizza parlors in the area. This is their

Arlington’s best pizza

Karenna Keane, Social Media Editor June 2, 2021

When scrolling through popular delivery apps such as Uber Eats, DoorDash and GrubHub, to name a few, the large array of options may leave some feeling overwhelmed. What if you just wanted to order a pizza?...

Seniors head for new continents

Hannah Kennedy, Staff Manager June 2, 2021

Natalie Aramendia For students considering doing a semester abroad in college, senior Natalie Aramendia is taking it a step further by attending Duke Kunshan University (DKU) full time in Suzhou, China....

Peyton Fern and the crew team

5 years of commitment earns 4 more

Karenna Keane, Social Media Editor June 2, 2021

Boats pull out onto the Potomac River in early spring as rowers begin their workout. Despite a harsh chill on the water, the athletes enjoy a mental break as well as time with friends. This team is the...

Hillary's Dance Company at a competition

Dancing Through Difficulty

Grace Joseffer, Staff reporter June 1, 2021

All sports have had to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic in unique ways. Dance competitions are a way for dancers to show off skills they have learned and to connect with other companies. This year, however,...

Monahan as a character in

From twists to tech week

Karenna Keane, Social media editor June 1, 2021

For the entirety of high school, senior Annabelle Monahan has been, among other things, a varsity cheerleader. Since making the squad freshman year, Monahan has had experience as a flyer, base and back...

One of the many meals Vegetable and Butcher offers, a spring root vegetable hash with creamy dill sauce. They include all ingredients on the label so you know exactly what you're consuming.

Vegetable and Butcher

Janhvi Spahr, Staff reporter June 1, 2021

It only takes a few clicks on your phone for delivery services like Uber Eats or Grubhub to put pizza and wings on your doorstep. Other services who provide more healthy foods such as Blue Apron and Hello...

Photo of Kiyana Tartt

Aftermath of Teacher Support

Grace Joseffer, Staff reporter May 30, 2021

Senior Kiyana Tartt always had trouble understanding math. In Tartt’s freshman year, she really disliked geometry. “I've always been really bad at math, like really terrible, and if I were to not...

Henry Nissen and the rest of the orchestra perform virtually.

It just “Clicked”

Ariel Gill-Ehrenreich, Managing editor May 30, 2021

Focused on the game, a young boy stares at his screen filled with block people in a block world. To an outsider, he looks like he is simply playing a game. In reality, he is honing his craft, recording...

Gaming has become the United States largest entertainment industry

Video Games: High Art or Waste of Time?

Andrew Kerley, Staff reporter May 30, 2021

Video games are a significantly younger medium of art when compared to paintings, music and other mediums we think of when we hear the word “art,” although many traditionalists have argued that it...

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