Midterm Season… or is it?

By Aminah Hussain It’s that time of the year again: midterm season. With students tirelessly preparing for their midterm exams, Henrico County Public Schools were struck with a plot twist on December 12th. After 3 school days and 2 school hours off due to the thirteen inches of snow that hit many areas of Richmond, …

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How to Email Your Teachers

By: Harshi Kumaresan Writing emails to teachers is an important method of communication for a healthy student-teacher relationship. You don’t want to sound rude when asking them a question or clarifying a point. Don’t forget to only email your teacher when appropriate; if your teacher does not allow emails about grades, then talk to them …

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Trouble Finding Presents? It’s S(no)w Probl

By: Anjali Arapirala It is that time! The time to buy presents for the most important people in your life: family, friends, and of course, your teachers. With the holidays coming up, make sure you grab your presents before it is too late! It can be hard to stay within the budget and buy gifts …

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IB Awards Ceremony

By: Yash Kandula and Jasmyne Khan Welcome back Warriors! Our IB graduating class of 2018 will return to receive their IB diplomas on December 19th, 2018! They have worked arduously over four years and took rigorous tests to demonstrate their abilities in various IB subjects. A wide range of awards from highest IB scores to …

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Get Ready for Homecoming and Spirit Week!

By: Yash Kandula          It’s that time of year again Warriors, it’s homecoming season! Henrico High School will be hosting their annual homecoming dance on Saturday, October 20th at 8pm in the gymnasium. Tickets will be sold for $10 starting from Monday, October 15th in the South Cafeteria. Get your tickets before they’re sold out!          Thanks …

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Senior Stress Relief (if you’re one stressed Henrico High senior, check out this article on how to relax this fall)

By: Ayushi Kundan Hey there seniors! As we all know, the school year is in full swing as the first marking period is coming to an end. Essays, applications, and due dates are just a few words to characterize what senior year has brought us so far. We understand that you being swamped with early …

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Trick or Trend: Fall Fashion 2018

By: Anjali Arapirala The cold breeze rustles through the transforming fall leaves, while the dark sky falls faster as the day goes on. Just in our peripheral, Halloween is creeping around the corner. It’s October! Now is the time to dip into the layers, jackets, and boots of your closet. Fall fashion trends are unique …

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Creative Last-Minute Halloween Costume Ideas!

By: Harshi Kumaresan It’s officially October which means Halloween is right around the corner! Between everything that might be going on, it’s often difficult to find the time and creativity to plan out a thoughtful Halloween costume. There are several last-minute costumes you can DIY with minimal supplies and still fit in whether you are …

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Girls Volleyball Hopeful for Playoffs

By: Azzaam Kapadia The Henrico Girls Varsity Volleyball team is having one of the best seasons in a while with a 11-4 record with major wins against Prince George, Patrick Henry, and Tucker. With the loss of only some senior players and the addition of a new coach, Rebekah Cazares, the transition between the last …

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Teacher Spotlight: Mrs. Carolyn Henly

By: Quinn Murphy After seven years of teaching at Henrico High School, Mrs. Carolyn Henly is retiring to spend more time traveling with her husband.  She earned an undergraduate degree in Linguistics, the study of languages, and a Master’s degree in Secondary Education Curriculum and Instruction.  Although she did not receive a degree in English, …

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Team Looking to Make a Playoff Run

By: Azzaam Kapadia All year long, the Henrico varsity boys’ soccer team has played their hardest and given their all every game. The team started slowly, with a 0-2 record, with devastating back-to-back losses against Glen Allen (2-6) and Atlee (1-6). However, these games did not break the confidence of the team, this just made …

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Girls’ Tennis Hoping for a Strong Finish

By: Azzaam Kapadia The season for this year’s girls’ tennis team has been on and off. The team currently holds a record of 5-6 in hopes of finishing strong with the remaining 3 matches against Atlee (away), Armstrong (away), and Highland Springs (home). This year’s team is very young, which may have been the reason …

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Henrico Baseball Trying to Finish the Season Off Strong

By: Hayden Vozar The varsity baseball team has had a rough season so far with a record of 1-11. Yet, they practice hard and take each and every game very seriously. Work ethic is one of their strong suits and has paid off with some close games and a victory. The boys have had a …

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Lady Warriors Having Faith for a Strong Finish

By: Hayden Vozar The JV girls’ soccer team has fought through every game as a team in order to play their best soccer. Their record is 0-3-1, but as sophomore captain Nawal Rehmani says, “We have improved with every game.” The beginning of the season started out slow, but the girls put up a good …

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Playoffs in Sight

By: Quinn Murphy After a close match against Hanover this past Monday, the Warrior’s boys’ tennis team remains undefeated with a remarkable 12-0 record.  Despite missing their number two seed, they defeated Hanover 5-4.  The team has worked well together this season to maintain their undefeated record and have been the most impressive tennis team …

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Best Dress and Tux Rentals!

By: Ayushi Kundan According to the typical movies, prom night is supposed to be magical: a dream date, a group of your best friends, and dancing for hours together. But the pressure of finding the perfect dress can make the event extremely stressful. Seventeen magazine conducted a poll in 2012 which concluded that girls spend …

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HIMUNC I : Henrico’s First Model UN Conference

By: Sonia Patel On Friday and Saturday, April 13th and 14th, Warrior Nation’s Model United Nations club hosted its first invitational conference at Henrico High School! Several members of the club, along with the club sponsor, Ms. Rabidoux, worked hard to ensure the success of this conference. HIMUNC I featured 10 diverse committees from three …

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Walking to Make a Difference

By: Yash Kandula On Saturday, April 21st, 2018, Henrico held their second annual Walkathon for suicide prevention. The National Honor Society organized this event with the help of Mr. Lyndaker, the club sponsor. Students from National Honor Society gathered around to remember those who who have suffered from depression and suicide, and all of the …

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Henrico MUN’s Third Conference at ODUMUNC

By: Aminah Hussain Another conference, another win! On Friday, February 15th, 2018, 37 students from Henrico High School’s Model United Nations (MUN) club attended the Old Dominion University Model United Nations Conference (ODUMUNC) as delegates. They debating some of the world’s most pressing issues, from global warming to peace negotiations. The conference lasted for three …

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Warrior Spotlight: Selik Morishetty

By: Ayushi Kundan Selik Morishetty is a junior enrolled in the International Baccalaureate program and is involved in many activities around and outside of the campus. He is an avid member of the Technology Student Association and has been to his fair share of conferences through the Model United Nations club. Although he may seem …

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Henrico High School’s Student Led Conference

By: Aminah Hussain Through months of preparation, attending sessions, hours of debating, and life-long experiences, Henrico High School developed an outstanding Model United Nations (MUN) club. On January 12th and 13th 2018, members of the HHS MUN Club attended their very first student-led conference at Garfield High School in Woodbridge, Virginia. The club members participated …

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TSA Regional Competition

By: Jasmyne Khan Technology Student Association, TSA, has made our Warrior Nation proud every year as they bring home awards and trophies that show their hard work and dedication. TSA is a club that provides leadership opportunities and challenges in technology, innovation, design and engineering. The club revolves around STEM and helps students to create …

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Hang Around for the Personal Project Fair!

By: Yash Kandula Through all the proposals, writing, stress, and all-nighters, it is finally time to celebrate! It is now the class of 2020’s time to shine at the third annual Personal Project Fair. With cookbooks, cultural projects, documentaries, and many more fun projects, this year's fair offers unique range of projects. After writing the …

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DMV Stomp ‘N Shake Competition

By: Aminah Hussain and Jasmyne Khan Congratulation to our Henrico Warrior Junior Varsity and Varsity Cheerleading Squads! They showed so much Warrior pride and did a phenomenal job of being one of the best cheerleading squads in the county. This past weekend, our Warriors brought home two first place trophies, and we could not be …

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What to Do on Valentine’s Day When You’re Single

By: Archa Talati As January rolls to an end, we are rapidly approaching the day of love: Valentine’s Day. If you’re single, don’t fret; there are still interesting ways out there for you to celebrate the Holiday. Have a movie marathon with your other single friends- you can show your love to the people who …

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Valentine’s Present Ideas

By: Quinn Murphy With Valentine’s Day approaching, it’s time to start thinking about the perfect gift for your loved ones.  Some classic ideas of gifts include: Chocolate or another candy Flowers Stuffed animals Food or a romantic dinner Jewelry Mix-tape If you want to avoid some of these cliché presents, try making one yourself.  If …

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Philadelphia Eagles’ Journey to their First Super Bowl Victory

By: Azzaam Kapadia On Sunday, February 4th, 2018, the city of Philadelphia saw the Eagles win out against the dominant New England Patriots in a stunning 41-33 win. All throughout the playoffs, the Eagles were considered underdogs against everyone they played. In the divisional round of the playoffs, the reigning NFC champions, the Atlanta Falcons, …

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