Slaves to the Bell- The Fifteen-Minute Rule

Olivia Booth It’s a fairly typical Monday in the beginning of the school year. Everyone looks as though they’ve gotten two hours of sleep, even the teachers seem unmotivated in the lackluster light of the early morning. Then a friend turns to me and says something astonishing, “I need to go to the bathroom so …

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Homecoming Hysteria – A Week of Warrior Pride

Olivia Booth Homecoming 2016 has come and gone, but the memories of that week’s events will remain with Warrior Nation forever. Spirit Week opened the Homecoming festivities on Monday, September 26 with Senior Citizen Day.  Twin Day was Tuesday, and then Celebrity Day on Wednesday where students were able to dress up as their favorite …

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Homecoming: Who Are You Wearing?

Journey Entzminger On Saturday October 1st, 2016, Henrico held its annual homecoming dance. This year’s theme: red carpet. The attendees of this dance truly lived up to the “Hollywood” expectations, and wowed with stunning homecoming looks. The dazzling attires left people wondering the age old question: Who are you wearing? Although Henrico’s students may not …

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From Stonewall to Richmond PrideFest: the evolution of acceptance toward the LGBT+ community

Linh Dao On September 24, 2016, Richmond carried on the legacy of celebrating LGBT+ pride by hosting its annual PrideFest. The festival included food stands, games and live music. LGBT+ people and straight allies of all ages attended, many of whom were dressed in full drag attire and pride flag capes – with the festival …

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Varsity Football focuses on reaching Regional Playoffs and State Championship

Anish Bachhu A new season means new jerseys and new players, but the goals are all the same.  The Varsity Football team entered the 2016 season with high hopes and one unified goal.  That quest is to quench a playoff berth and have a chance to go to the State Championship. The Warriors started the …

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Freedom of Expression heard all around

Matt Vozar About midway through August of 2016, in the third preseason game of the young NFL season, San Francisco 49ers quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, did not stand during the National Anthem. Kaepernick, after leading his team to two consecutive NFC Championships and a Super Bowl appearance in 2014, had fallen off leading into this season. …

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Girls Volleyball continues season with optimism

Matt Vozar With The Warrior Girls Volleyball team has been doing well this season. They’ve had their fair share of ups and downs, which is expected in every sport. Coach Lovick has done a great job with the Warrior volleyball players, as she is a coach who does not expect a win from every match, …

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