Young Life Holds Annual Paint War

Young Life Holds Annual Paint War

Grace Frascati, Reporter

October 16, 2018


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This year, Rockbridge Young Life held their seventh annual Paint War. It took place on Sept. 10 at a field next to Life Chapel, on Hines Lane. Young Life is an international Christian organization which seeks to bring together young high school students by their faith. The group is formed of...

Moore’s Military Memories

Beckett Howe, reporter

October 16, 2018


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By Beckett Howe Many people go into the military for the honor of defending the country. Retired Staff Sergeant Dennis Moore joined to serve because he wanted a change in life. “I was 29; I wasn’t married; I didn’t have anything going on except my career as a teacher,” said Moore. “It was...

Islomiddin Turdumatov

Islomiddin Turdumatov

Caitlyn Hill, Reporter

October 16, 2018


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Born in Dushanbe, the capital of the Central Asian country of Tajikistan, junior foreign exchange student Islomiddin Turdumatov hopes to become an ambassador for Tajikistan in the future. Turdumatov hopes to work in diplomacy and international affairs, and views his time in America as a valuable chance...

Model UN Breakfasts Held to Expand Membership

Lily Moreschi, Opinions Editor

October 16, 2018


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The Model United Nations Club is expanding its activity within the school by holding breakfasts on Tuesdays, every other week. “They’re a part of an effort to increase opportunities for members to grow in their confidence,” said senior Caroline McCain, one of the Model UN Student Chairs. McCain...

Hillary Camden

Hillary Camden

Sophia Carlucci, Feature's Maestro Leader

October 16, 2018


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By: Sophia Carlucci Hillary Camden is a new guidance counselor this year coming from Buena Vista. This is Camden’s first year being a guidance counselor. Camden received her undergraduate diploma at Radford University in interdisciplinary studies for middle school education and attended Liberty University...

Kirby Moves Closer to Home

McKelvey Collins, Print Editor

October 15, 2018


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This is Michelle Kirby’s first year at RCHS, but it is not her first time teaching. This special education instructor has taught for 13 years, and she is happy to spend her fourteenth year in Rockbridge County. “I grew up here, I live here, so it was just kind of getting closer to home,”...

SAGA participates in the Day of Silence

Alli Thomas, Reporter

May 29, 2018


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The Sexuality and Gender Awareness (SAGA) club participated in the Day of Silence on April 27. Participants signed a pledge agreeing not to speak for the day and to wear surgical masks signifying their involvement in the nationwide event. The purpose of the Day of Silence is to raise awareness of the st...

LaRiviere Dances Authentically

LaRiviere Dances Authentically

McKelvey Collins, Features Editor

May 25, 2018


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Senior Analise LaRiviere has danced for most of her life, and that training has led her to explore different areas of dance that are not covered in the classes she takes. One example is authentic movement, which LaRiviere investigated for her independent study. “Authentic movement is an improvisational...

Keeley Practices German

McKelvey Collins, Features Editor

May 25, 2018


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Although senior Mallory Keeley has been learning German all her life, she felt that she needed more experience in grammar, which is why she chose that topic as her independent study project. “My issue is mainly just figuring out grammar, and genders of nouns, and stuff like that,” said Keeley....

2018 Journalism Seniors Reflect On Their Time Being On The Prowler Staff

May 24, 2018


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Senior staff members reflect on their time as a student at RCHS and as a journalist for The Prowler.   Kaizad Irani My time being a student at RCHS has been nothing short of amazing! The students I have met, teachers I have learned from, and the extracurricular activities I have p...

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