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Mental Health at Godwin during Quarantine

School has been cancelled for the remainder of the school year and whether there is school or not students will always struggle with their mental health. “Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and […]

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Mills E. Godwin Today

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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The Future of the SAT

Since 1926, the SAT has been a large part of the college admissions process in America. Recently, more colleges, such as the University of Virginia, the University of Illinois (UIS), and UC Santa Barbra, have stopped requiring the SAT for college admissions. Since 1926, the SAT has been a large part of the college admissions […]

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Some Godwin good news

During these difficult and confusing times, the media has become an overwhelming reminder of our everyday struggles. However, Godwin’s leadership class hopes to challenge the status quo with their new “good news” network. Students of the 2019-2020 Godwin leadership class, along with faculty advisers Jessica Harvey and Rebecca Martino and members of the SCA, have […]

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Restaurants during COVID-19

40,957 deaths have been caused by the Coronavirus. Because of that, many restaurants have made changes affecting their procedures and employees during this stressful time.     To dive deeper into this, I have decided to research two restaurants related to the Godwin Athletic Association. I am interested in how these businesses have been during this […]

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Retiring and departing teachers

By Gracie Lienemann and Susanna Shepard The 2019 to 2020 school year came to an abrupt ending, unlike any other school year that students and teachers have ever experienced. Similar to other school years, however, several of Godwin’s beloved teachers and faculty members will be leaving.  Among the faculty members leaving are psychology teacher Mark […]

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The effects of quarantine on the environment

The effects of Covid-19 have changed the way we live. Not only has the virus shifted our daily routines, but it has also altered the natural world around us.  Quarantine has decreased our ability to travel, therefore drastically reducing the number of cars on the road, planes in the air trains on the tracks, and […]

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How online work has effected student worth ethic

On March 23, Governor Ralph Northam declared that K-12 schools would be closed in response to the Coronavirus outbreak, because of this, the school system’s new online learning platform took effect.   With online learning, school work ethic is bound to change.  “Quarantine has worsened my work ethic, mostly because of how different everything is scheduled,” […]

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Remembering lost Eagle’s legacy

In 2015, Godwin and its community endured the loss of a bright light when Tyler Wentz passed away in a body-surfing accident. People who knew Wentz have only positive things to say about his character. “He was one of the most fun, loving, and kind people I have ever met,” said Johnathan Geary, a classmate […]

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Students take part in local politics

Rodman (l) with first volunteer of the month, Shaily Pal. photo courtesy Students for Debra For most people, their political mark on the world does not start until the day they turn 18 and can legally vote, but this was not the case for one group of students. Godwin sophomore Elina Rastegar, along with high […]