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Restaurant Reviews: Eating at Loudoun County’s Hidden Gems

Restaurant Reviews: Eating at Loudoun County’s Hidden Gems

Written by Connor Graham, Dillon Holdridge, and Sarah Murtaugh

May 15, 2019


Filed under Features, Reviews, Top Stories

A first date. Dinner before a school dance. A victory meal with your team after a tough game. Some of the best high school memories are made in restaurants, whether it be fast food or fine dining. Food is much more than just eating for high school students- it’s a source of socialization. To help you...

As 2019 Begins, so Does Award Season

As 2019 Begins, so Does Award Season

Written by Annie Gilbert

February 5, 2019


Filed under Features, Reviews

This year's Golden Globes were far different from past awards shows, with major changes taking place within Hollywood. In past years, award shows have been criticized for being overly political, and as a result, this years Golden Globes presented a more uplifting approach and acknowledging the hard work...

Fireside Book Reviews

Fireside Book Reviews

Written by Carissa Vergeres and Mia Cammarota

December 20, 2018


Filed under Features, Reviews

The air is becoming colder and the days are getting shorter. When trapped indoors with nothing to do, the spot in front of your fireplace is waiting for you. Pass the months of winter by getting lost in a book, whether it be realistic fiction, romance, or a biography. The Hate U Give, Me Before You,...

Hallo-SCREAM!

Hallo-SCREAM!

Written by Jordan Fiala and Connor Graham, and Keagan Lanham

October 30, 2017


Filed under Features, Reviews, Top Stories

As the Halloween season approaches, and the urge to be scared becomes a common theme among teens, students are going to want to know what scary movies and shows to watch. To achieve this, 10% of the school’s student body’s opinions were collected. Best Horror Movies On Netflix: 1. The Shining 2. H...

Tea & Tears ; A Pop Culture Column

Tea & Tears ; A Pop Culture Column

Written by Adrian Gonzalez and Myla Baouna

September 28, 2017


Filed under Features, Reviews

New Music + Reviews (as of September 15 release dates) The 15th of September proved to be a packed day for music releases with several of today’s most popular artists releasing new songs. New Zealand born singer Lorde put out a remix of her song Homemade Dynamite from her sophomore album Melodrama. ...

“Cappies” Student Reviews for “Beauty and the Beast”

“Cappies” Student Reviews for “Beauty and the Beast”

Written by Vanessa Bliss of Paul VI Catholic High School and Rebecca Goodhart of Dominion High School

May 10, 2017


Filed under Reviews, Student News

Vanessa Bliss of Paul VI Catholic High School Beauty and the Beast is one of Disney's most beloved movies, and it's easy to see why. It has the perfect blend of magic, romance, and all-around fun. In Woodgrove High School's performance of the stage adaption of the "Tale as Old as Time," audiences are ...

Rules of the Road: Book Review

Rules of the Road: Book Review

Written by Faith Ralston

January 18, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Rules of The Road by Joan Bauer is the kind of book that makes a timid person stand up and make his voice heard. It tells the story of Jenna Boller, a high school junior who’s still reeling from the disappointment of getting demoted from center forward to second string on the basketball team, and the ...

Dark Souls III: Ashes of Ariandel Review

Dark Souls III: Ashes of Ariandel Review

Written by Justin Rader

January 18, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Ashes of Ariandel is the first of two planned expansions coming to Dark Souls 3. Much like the Painted World of Ariamis in Dark Souls 1, players step into the alternate reality that is the Painted World of Ariandel. A gloss of snow encompasses the mountainous area that Ariandel created, with chapels...

Rules of the Road, a Book Review

Rules of the Road, a Book Review

Written by Faith Ralston

November 10, 2016


Filed under Reviews

Rules of The Road by Joan Bauer is the kind of book that makes a timid person stand up and make his voice heard. It tells the story of Jenna Boller, a high school junior who’s still reeling from the disappointment of getting demoted from center forward to second string on the basketball team, and the ...

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