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Congrats Class of 2021 Eagles!

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Godwin alumni travel during pandemic gap years- by Lucy Saunders, Gracie Lienemann, and Campbell Garner

While the pandemic has affected the plans of many, several Godwin alumni have used this time to embark on unique adventures.  Isaac Hull, a graduate of the Godwin Class of 2020, knew from the get-go that he would be taking a gap year to travel to whitewater kayaking destinations before starting college. “I’ve been kayaking […]

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Jack of all ‘grades’: Godwin teacher’s past teaching multiple grades

Typically, teachers spend the majority of their careers working with the same age range, whether that be elementary, middle, or high school students. However, this was not the case for one of Godwin’s math teachers.  Godwin math teacher Glen Mott has experience teaching students of all ages. Mott started his teaching career as a fourth […]

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Godwin students achieve fame on TikTok

TikTok has become a popular video-sharing platform where users upload content anywhere from 15 seconds to three minutes in length. According to Business Insider, there were almost 66 million users in the United States in 2020.  Two Godwin students, senior Keara Rogers and junior Hannah Sarte, have recently amassed an impressive following on the app, […]

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Godwin Physics Club gains new traction

After its inception ten years ago, the Godwin Physics Club became a social center for students interested in delving further into the realm of physics outside of the school’s traditional curriculum. Though interest previously seemed to decrease, in recent years, student involvement has climbed, leading to where the club stands today. Regarding the club’s recent […]

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Godwin alum travels abroad to teach

Many students dream to travel or even live abroad throughout their life. For Gigi Justis, a Godwin alum, that dream has become a reality.  Justis, a recent graduate of the University of Virginia, studied biology and French in college.  “I graduated Godwin in June of 2016 and then I went on to study French and […]

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Vanity Fair editor and Godwin alum speaks to Journalism class – By Kate Stuckey and Gracie Lienemann

On March 2, Kelly Fisher Butler, a former Eagle and staff member on the Eagle’s Eyrie, dropped in on Godwin’s journalism class to talk about her current job. Butler works at Vanity Fair as their Digital Managing Editor and has held this position for the past seven years.  Before being hired by Vanity Fair, Butler […]

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Godwin senior creates baking business

In the midst of the pandemic, Godwin senior Saaymia Mohammed turned her hobby into a business, showcasing her baking and decorating skills with her baking business “Piece of Cake.” Even though the business started in December 2020, baking has been a long time passion of Mohammed’s.  “I started baking when I was 7 years old. […]

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How clubs are adapting to an online setting

Adjusting to online school has been a nationwide task for many students, but not many think about the challenges of adjusting to virtual clubs. Clubs are a way for students to discover their interests, practice discipline, and develop time management skills. Because of the pandemic, in-person club meetings have been temporarily stopped. The students have […]

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How Godwin’s Black Student Union has been contributing to the school community

The Godwin Black Student Union (BSU) is an organization dedicated to creating a confident and connected African American student body that can contribute to the greater community through leadership, academic, and extracurricular success.  The BSU strives to build strong interracial relationships among the Godwin community and use ethnic identities as a tool to empower and […]