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Students’ Jobs during COVID-19

Many older high school students have a job in order to earn money for themselves. That number has dropped drastically since the coronavirus has caused some businesses to close. Although some high school students have been able to keep their normal job, some have not. Even the kids who have been able to keep their […]

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Love spreads faster than COVID-19

In these challenging times that the world is facing during the coronavirus pandemic, it is important to focus on positivity. Two girls from the Center for Medical Sciences at Godwin are doing just that.  Mia Tan, a sophomore at Godwin, wanted to create a way for people to send messages of appreciation to healthcare workers […]

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Quarantine Activities

During this time of self-isolation, many individuals lose their sense of time and operate outside of their normal routines, oftentimes leaving them bored and unaware of how to fill that time.  Although this change may be difficult, it is very important to one’s well-being. According to Kettering University, a new hobby or activity during quarantine […]

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Running for meals

Godwin junior Liam Du never expected his passion for helping his community and his passion for running to collide. However, there was no time better than now for them to do so. For the entire month of May, Du personally set up a virtual 5k with Feed More to raise money and provide meals to […]

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BUTTERWORTH NAMED MVE

2019 winner shines in school and community service For the past 31 years, a Godwin High School senior has been presented the award of the Most Valuable Eagle (MVE). The nominees for the MVE are decided by students in the senior class. The students with the most votes then enter the second round of voting […]

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Godwin students walk to spread positivity

While many students get involved in their school by joining clubs, participating in a school sport, or running for student council, senior April Reynolds found another way to get involved. No Eagle Left Behind was created during her sophomore year and since then Reynolds has stepped up and played a huge role in promoting mental […]

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Godwin students walk to spread positivity

While many students get involved in their school by joining clubs, participating in a school sport, or running for student council, senior April Reynolds found another way to get involved. No Eagle Left Behind was created during her sophomore year and since then Reynolds has stepped up and played a huge role in promoting mental […]

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Cultural Exchange

From July 24 to August 4, senior Amanda He participated in an exclusive Japanese-American Cultural Exchange Program at Princeton college.  The program is called High School Diplomats (HSD) and this year they selected 40 American and 40 Japanese students for an all-expenses-paid trip to Princeton. “Each American student is paired with a Japanese student (roommate), […]

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Future Godwin Olympian?

Sophomore Zoe Dixon makes Olympic trials cut The path to swimming in the Olympics is a long one, with many hurdles. Sophomore Zoe Dixon has completed the first step, swimming a fast enough time to qualify for the Olympic Team Trials At a swim meet the first weekend in June, Dixon earned Olympic trial cut […]

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