The new model, Dell Latitude 3380, to replace the current Dell model in the 2017-2018 school year.
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Henrico signs contract for new computers- by J-1 Correspondent Dimitrius Gomez

As technology continues to broaden its abilities, the life of a personal computer continues to shorten. Laptops tend to be outdated abruptly after their successor models are introduced, making the old device irrelevant. Current laptops at Godwin will soon be out, as new laptops will be introduced to students at the beginning of the 2017-2018 […]

Anna Sidhu, Divya Atluri, Seidenberg, Anna Brodzik, and Jessica Marks (l to r) at senior night before their match against Glen Allen High School during the regular season. 
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All he does is “win win win” no matter what – by J-1 Correspondent Tyler Anderson

Godwin tennis coach Mark Seidenberg has been coaching the Godwin girls tennis team for 23 years, building a strong résumé of state titles and success. On May 3, Seidenberg reached new heights in his coaching career and for the Godwin girls’ tennis team by achieving his 400th win as the girls’ tennis coach. The tennis […]

Assembly changes for 2017-2018 school year- by Front Editor Ceara Nolan

Godwin handed in its typical end-of-the-year awards assembly for four more. Instead of having one senior awards assembly that the entire school is encouraged to attend, each grade level has been given their own assembly. All ninth, tenth, and eleventh grade awards assemblies will take place at 10:00 a.m. on June 5, 6, and 7 […]

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Cellphone addiction? A generation of tech-aholics- by J-1 Correspondent Isaac Hull

Do you ever fear being without your smartphone or not able to use it? Maybe you get anxious when responding to or receiving text messages, or you feel like you received a text or notification when you really didn’t? If the above symptoms apply to you, you suffer from a condition known as cellphone addiction. […]

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Sports and academics – by J-1 Correspondents Ari Lehman and Cannon Binns

The “dumb jock” stereotype has been around for years, but is it actually true? Science has proven that exercise is correlated with mental activity and increases the volume of the hippocampus, frontal, and temporal lobes. All are regions of the brain that relate to cognitive functioning. Yet, many people believe that student athletes have lower […]