Decanini Prepares For Career in International Relations

Maya Humston, Reporter

March 12, 2019


Filed under Features, Profiles

Lately, there has been a high demand for Arabic speakers in many industries in the US. Knowledge of the language could help in almost any field, and those who learn the language have found themselves better able to handle relations with other countries, learn other languages, or even just live in the...

Patterson Pursues Police Career

Patterson Pursues Police Career

Maya Humston, Reporter

March 12, 2019


Filed under Features, Profiles

Due to the many occupational hazards that make careers in law enforcement so dangerous, one must be physically and mentally prepared to enter this field. However, senior Bryce Patterson is up to the job. This semester, Patterson has been taking an independent study covering law enforcement and...

Anime Club Holds Annual Game Tournament

Anime Club Holds Annual Game Tournament

February 7, 2019


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The Anime Club recently held its annual game tournament, allowing students to come together and participate in friendly competition involving anime games. The tournament took place on Nov. 13 and anyone affiliated with the Anime Club was invited to attend and compete in the tournament. Mike LeNoir...

Wildcats fight through Spartan Race

Wildcats fight through Spartan Race

Brinson Mullis, Head Managing Editor

February 7, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

A pair of Wildcat athletes tested their strength, endurance, and will power by competing in an extreme physical challenge. Junior John Ryan Sedovy and sophomore Dylan Covington traveled to Richmond, Va. to compete in a Spartan Race. Held across the nation, Spartan Races are races designed to test competitors’...

French and Spanish Club Go on Annual Busch Gardens Trip

French and Spanish Club Go on Annual Busch Gardens Trip

Grace Frascati, Reporter

February 7, 2019


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The students in French and Spanish club recently went on their annual trip to Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Va. The trip took place on Oct. 14 and was meant to expose the students to different cultures from various European countries. French teacher Lynn McCrady and Spanish teacher Andy Martin are the...

Hamilton Explores Her Artistry

Hamilton Explores Her Artistry

Lily Moreschi, Assistant Managing Editor

February 1, 2019


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During the first semester, senior Abby Hamilton is combining her love of dance in her academic life by completing an independent study entitled ‘The Aesthetics, Composition, and Pedagogy of Modern Dance.’ “The aesthetics aspect is just learning my own style and what I like to do and put it into...

Model United Nations Hosts an Online Auction

Model United Nations Hosts an Online Auction

Sophia Carlucci, Features Maestro Leader

January 31, 2019


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By: Sophia Carlucci In an effort to raise money for a Model United Nations (MUN) conference at the University of North Carolina this upcoming spring, MUN held an online auction using donations from businesses downtown and some artists in the school community. The money was used to reduce the cost...

Whitten Learns More about Training Horses

Whitten Learns More about Training Horses

Sophia Carlucci, Features Maestro Leader

January 31, 2019


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Studying how to train an ex horse (a horse that is done racing), how to do a type of riding is called eventing. Eventing entails dressages, which is a pattern that the horse follows, show jumping, where they try to meet a certain time and avoid knocking out poles, and cross country, which tests endurance....

RCHS Starts Offering Cyber Security Classes

Alexandra Mason, Assistant Business Manager

January 25, 2019


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As of this year, RCHS is now offering cyber security courses for students to take as an elective. These classes are part of the Dabney S. Lancaster Community College dual enrollment program, which offers students a college credit for the class. The course focuses on cyber security and networking fundamentals. ...

Makayla Back Crowned Rodeo Queen

Makayla Back Crowned Rodeo Queen

Alexandra Mason, Assistant Business Manager

January 25, 2019


Filed under Features

RCHS Junior Makayla Back was crowned the Miss Va. High School Rodeo Queen at the state finals at the Va. State Fair Grounds on May 26. Back competes in barrel racing, pole bending, breakaway roping, team roping, goat tying, and light rifle. Because of her motivation and devotion to her sport, she is...

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