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Godwin junior rewarded with Germany trip

While many students are given the opportunity to vacation in other countries, junior Ismar Alickovic got the chance to study in another country. After taking an exam and having an interview, Alickovic earned the opportunity to become an exchange  student in Germany from June 16-July 14. “During the exam I was honestly hoping just to […]

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Opinion

Protesting your rights, within your rights

When does protesting cross the line from constitutional to too extreme? Under the first amendment, Americans are allowed the right to protest, as well as the right to assemble. The act of protesting and using your voice to speak out against injustice has been deeply ingrained into American history. America itself was built and founded […]

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Keep your politics away from the anthem, and out of Nike

Jobless millionaire, former NFL quarterback, and unprofessional protester Colin Kaepernick, recently appeared as the face of Nike in their commercial for the 30 year anniversary of the, “Just do it” campaign. In the commercial, Kaepernick spoke one inspirational quote after another, ending with “Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything. So don’t ask […]

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New counselor takes Godwin by storm

For most, it is rare to change career paths or college majors after finding success in a certain field. Most people go to college for one thing and then stay in that field for the rest of their career. This isn’t the case, however, for Ros Runner. Runner will be leaving his position as a […]

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Godwin senior named runner-up Scholar-Athlete of the Year

On Monday, June 4, Godwin senior Corey O’Shea was named runner-up of the Richmond Times-Dispatch Scholar-Athlete of the Year award. First place winners included Deep Run senior Lexi Long, captain of the girls soccer team, and JR Tucker senior Matthew Whelan, winner of two Class 5 state championships in swimming this year. Both were awarded […]

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The Roundup with Dalia and Asha

A few suggestions to get you in a summer mood Movies: “The Sandlot” A summer classic, “The Sandlot” offers audiences a glimpse into the American suburban summer through the eyes of Scotty Smalls as he finds new friends and adventures. As Smalls and his newfound friends get into sticky situations, it is easy to fall […]

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Teachers and students face off for the last pep rally of the year

photo courtesy Alena Miah, Michael Haddad, and Noah Rogg

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The Roundup with Kaitlin and Dalia – A few suggestions to get you in a spring mood

Classic Films: “10 Things I Hate About You” With Heath Ledger and Julia Stiles, 10 Things I Hate About You is a classic 90s coming of age film. You are sure to fall in love with all the spunky characters, and different plots and subplots that coexist throughout the film. If you’re looking for a […]

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Opinion

Social media vs. the people: who wins?

In the 21st century, social media is constantly advancing and updating. It has gone from a place to post pictures to somewhere people can gain money and opportunities. As social media becomes more widespread, the number of people who have access to it grows. It is difficult to find a person who is not connected […]

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@realDonaldTrump

For years, my older relatives warned me against putting too much personal information out on the internet, as I could not control who would see it. “You have to be careful, love, when you’re older, your future employers could see what you did years ago and not want to hire you.” Because of statements such […]