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The Ultimate Seasonal Snack Taste Test

The upper-level editors of the Eagle’s Eyrie traveled around the West End to compare some of the most anticipated seasonal treats with their traditional counterparts. Whopper vs. Impossible Whopper Compared to the original Whopper, the Impossible Whopper tasted similar. When a blind taste test was done, Isaac Hull thought the Impossible Whopper was the original […]

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Fall play will be the “Maine” attraction

Each fall, the Short Pump Players and Godwin High School work together to put on a school play. This year, 12 students will take the stage in the romantic comedy “Almost, Maine.” “‘Almost, Maine’ is a play composed of nine vignettes focusing on love and loss in a magical and remote town,” said director Todd […]

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Godwin juniors strut their stuff

When you open a magazine, you often see professional models gracing the covers for the world to see. Godwin has two models of its own roaming the halls. Juniors Maddie Spangler and Maggie Gibbs both model for the Mid-Atlantic branch of Modelogic. “I knew a few people who modeled already and it had always been […]

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Godwin freshman runs her own business

    Balancing schoolwork and a part-time job can be challenging, requiring flexibility, communication, and time management. Freshman Bella Geary has learned to tackle these challenges through running her own business. Geary owns and operates Open When, a personalized letter company. The company sells pre-made packages of customizable cards and letters tailored to different life […]

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Youth Voting in America

According to the US Census Bureau, the 46 million eligible young voters (ages 18 to 29) in the United States make up 20 percent of the country’s total voting population. Despite the noteworthy ratio, the number of young voters who register and show up to the polls has decreased in the past several decades. Since […]

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Freshman give advice to seniors

Yes, you read that right. Owen Mega How do seniors balance work and school? *“Make a plan and stick to it.” What should a senior do to get into their dream school? *“Study and don’t party too much.”     Molly Stein How can a senior win senior assassin *“Learn the other person’s schedule.” How […]

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Sophomore to study abroad this summer

In June, most students head to the pool, sleep in until noon, or go on long family vacations. However, for sophomore Rachel Kaplan, her summer includes something a little more exciting. Kaplan will be traveling to Barcelona, Spain for two weeks to expand her knowledge of the Spanish language and culture. “I really like learning […]

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Godwin show choir drops a “Bombshell”

Debut competed against four schools in the Small Division, which consists of choirs with 20-30 members, and won the title of Grand Champions, also earning additional trophies for ‘Best Vocals’, ‘Best Show Design’, and ‘Best Choreography’ in their division. “[When we won], I jumped up and down screaming, and I got to share the news […]

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French students celebrate culture with Congrès

In college, many students studying world languages will get the opportunity to travel abroad to practice their skills. The cost of travel, and the inability to take a semester off from high school to dedicate to learning a language often prevents high school students from having a cultural immersion experience.    However, once out of […]

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Godwin theater reinstates staple program

For the past several years, the Godwin theater department has been on a steady decline due to priorities for other electives. With the loss of the department, Godwin no longer offered drama classes for students. Slowly but surely, however, the drama department was revived within the Godwin community, and as of the 2017-2018 school year, […]