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Take action now, the earth depends on it

We have always had the Earth. We have always had land to build our homes and plant our crops and set our roots.  We have always had water, oxygen, sunlight, and rain. We have always had a climate – not too hot, not too cold – at a perfect 93 million miles from the sun […]

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Eagle alumni find success across the globe

Three accounts of Eagle alumni who have lived around the world Many Godwin students have lived in Virginia their whole lives and attended elementary, middle, and high school with the same group of students. But some students, after graduating high school or college, decide it’s time for a change and move abroad. There are dozens […]

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No “justice for all” on college campuses

Betsy DeVos scales back Title IX sexual assault policies to favor the accused On Sept. 7, sexual assault survivors, students, parents, and advocate groups gathered outside George Mason University to protest the rolling back of their Title IX rights. Title IX, an educational amendment passed in 1972, prevents sex-based discrimination in education or federally funded activities.  […]

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Violence Reaches Charlottesville

Godwin graduate involved in counter-protest near UVA campus Charlottesville has seen white supremacist and KKK protests before, but nothing on the scale of Aug. 12. Tensions have been building in Virginia and all over the United States for months, particularly over the removal of Confederate figure statues. The Aug. 12 “Unite the Right” rally was […]