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Integrity: Is it gone in politics?

The nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, along with many other controversial politicians in the era of Donald Trump, tests the authenticity of American politics. I will be the first to admit I am not a political analyst constantly glued to the news, but when the name Kavanagh constantly makes headlines, I find […]

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Fighting the epidemic

Godwin organization works to combat drug abuse within schools Today, addiction touches the lives of many, even the Godwin community. The desire for change led to the creation of Project Purple Project Purple is a substance abuse and mental health awareness organization created at Godwin in 2016. It was partially inspired by former NBA basketball […]

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March Eyrie Briefing

A snapshot of Godwin news, local occurrences, and national updates to keep our readers informed.   EAGLE NEWS Baseball coach John Fletcher helps low income Richmond team Recently, an influx of students at John Marshall High School have shown an interest in playing baseball for the school. Before, John Marshall only had a varsity baseball […]

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An insight into teen depression: the man behind the camera lens

Thor Macht opens up about overcoming depression and life after Godwin While some high school graduates say goodbye to school forever, others stay involved and make a lasting impact long after graduation. Godwin alumnus Thor Macht,  who graduated in 2013, is a prime example of staying involved in his alma mater post graduation. Macht was […]

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Putting life into perspective

Ryan Estrada reflects on the debilitating car crash that changed his life forever Life can change in an instant, as junior Ryan Estrada recently discovered. On Nov. 8, 2017, Estrada was involved in a life-altering car accident. The accident occurred when Estrada was running late to school on a rainy Wednesday morning. While attempting to […]

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Godwin seniors receive state recognition for music

Many high school students participate in their schools’ choirs and band programs. However, only a select few are recognized on a state-level for their achievements. Seniors Shaandro Sarkar and Abigail Bogin were recently selected for and participated in the Virginia Senior Honors Choir. The Virginia Senior Honors Choir is a select choir for the best […]

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Life before the nest

A look into three teachers’ lives beyond the walls of Godwin On the first day of school, students hear the credentials of their teachers, most often a list of colleges and degrees.This year, three new Godwin teachers introduced themselves to their students and brought unique experiences to their resume. Maria Burruss Many teachers dive directly […]

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Conservation through style

GHS student’s business ventures aimed at supporting environment. Most teenagers in high school are not making business decisions for themselves at this stage of life. Even fewer are considering the environment while doing so. Junior Michael Haddad worked hard this summer to get his name out into the business world. He spent most of his […]