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Answers to print – Rearview 2019

What school won the first NCAA tournament? A: University of Oregon How many times has the University of North Carolina made it to the Final Four? A: 20 times What school has won the most championships? A: UCLA In what year did the first NCAA tournament take place? A: 1939 What Virginia school was the […]

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Eyrie News Brief – Feb. 2019

Eagle News Godwin Performs “Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind” This weekend, Godwin thespians will be performing the play “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind” by Greg Allen. The show consists of 30 plays in 60 minutes, with each individual play lasting approximately two minutes. Half the proceeds will go to […]

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West named 2018-19 Mr. MG

The Mr. Mills E. Godwin (Mr. MG) pageant is a time-honored Godwin tradition, inviting Godwin students, families and friends together to support the Make-A-Wish foundation. This year’s theme was “Back to the Future,” with Godwin Physical Education Teacher Mark Brandenburger as Doctor Emmett Brown. On Saturday, Jan. 19th, Godwin held its 15th annual pageant, crowing […]

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Freshman canters towards riding success

While most Godwin students spend their free time hanging out with friends or playing video games, freshman Erin Alburger spends her time at the riding stables. Alburger has been riding horses at Oakdale Equestrian Center in Powhatan, Virginia since she was seven years old. “I have always been fascinated by horses and the thought of […]

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The weather outside is frightful, but spirit week is so delightful

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Opinion

Believe the victim before we protect the accused

If we want women to speak up, we must support them when they do In an era where the #MeToo movement is prevalent and more and more light is shone upon victims of sexual assault, one would believe we would see a larger number of rapists being convicted and jailed for their crimes. Despite this, […]

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Happy Holidays from the Eagles’ Eyrie!

 

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Eyrie News Brief – Nov., 2018

Eagle News Godwin Raises Awareness for Red Ribbon Week Back in 1988, the National Family Partnership (NFP) sponsored the first ever National Red Ribbon Week. Now, it is a week for parents and youth to raise awareness about the dangers of drugs, and to promote participation in drug-prevention activities. This year, Godwin released several videos […]

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Radium Girls lights up Godwin stage

This past weekend, the Godwin Short Pump Players held their 2018-19 play, Radium Girls. Radium Girls follows the sto­ry of the radium court cases in the early 1920’s after a number of young girls painting dials with a radium-based paint died as their bodies essentially rotted from the inside out. The show was held on […]

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Godwin ends spirit week with a bang, not a fizzle

  photos Ava MacBlane, Rachel Kaplan, and Skylar Stockman