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The Decision is in… Britton Wilson to attend the University of Tennessee in 2019

Ever since her freshman year, Britton Wilson has shined on the track. Her passion and love for running has made her one of the top track and field prospects for colleges. As Wilson’s senior year approached, the students of Godwin High School waited in anticipation to see what school Wilson would commit to. For the […]

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Veterans Day Assembly 2018

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Godwin Homecoming Game 2018

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2018 Godwin Homecoming Dance

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On going rally for women’s rights

Sexism is real. In sports, it’s an everyday reality. It exists whether you believe in it or not for it hurts people, holds them back, denies them opportunities, makes their lives more difficult and changes even the most straightforward challenges, and it doesn’t even need to be acknowledged to do so. The issue of sexism […]

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Changes around Godwin

This summer, Godwin underwent its annual renovations. Major areas of the school such as the commons, library, and auditorium were the main focuses of the remodeling. The commons and the library received new tiles in the ceilings and the wood paneling was painted white in order to brighten the room. LED lights were installed in […]

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Changes coming for the 2018-19 school year

As the 2017-2018 school year comes to a close, the administration is looking for new ways to improve Godwin for the coming school year. Over the summer, parts of the library, the commons, and the auditorium will be remodeled. “We always try to remodel a little bit of Godwin every summer in order to keep […]

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Women’s sports are sports too

I felt my heart thumping against my chest as I made my final strides towards the tree, which represented the finish line. Being the strong willed and competitive eight-year-old that I was, I challenged the boy who was known for winning all the races during recess. That week, the majority of my class decided to […]

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Students replace arguments with artwork

Project opens discussion on monument controversy Over the past few years, monuments have become an object of controversy throughout our nation. The tragedy in Charlottesville and issues surrounding Monument Avenue amplified that controversy, hitting close to the Godwin community. On Aug. 11, Neo-Nazis and protestors of the removal of confederate statues rallied around   Charlottesville’s Robert […]

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HCPS forms task force to combat racial issues

Henrico County Public Schools (HCPS) is creating a new office and task force called the Office of Equity and Diversity that will address diversity-related issues within the school system. The formation of the new office is a response to the racially charged incident at Short Pump Middle School in November. Andy Jenks, the Director of […]