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The Shooting of Daniel Shaver

Micah Bodiford, Staff Reporter June 5, 2024

This article is about the injustice and the unfair shooting of Daniel Shaver. At the age of 26 on January 18th, 2016 Daniel lost his life. Daniel was born in Nashville, Tennessee, and graduated from Hillwood...

Pandas are Returning to D.C.

Jaidyn Abner, Staff Reporter June 4, 2024

Since the first couple arrived in 1972, giant pandas have been one of the main draws of the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, D.C. These bears were a gift of friendship from China and resided in...

Mexico and the Cartel

Micah Bodiford, Staff Reporter May 24, 2024

Mexican authorities have been waging a deadly battle against drug cartels for over a decade, but unfortunately, without success. Thousands, including politicians, students, infants, and journalists, die...

Ukraine and Russia

Ukraine and Russia

Micah Bodiford, Staff Reporter April 9, 2024

February 24, 2022, is the date that Russia chose to invade Ukraine. The invasion was described as “The biggest attack on a European country since WWII.”. The conflict between Russia and Ukraine had...

Las Vegas mass shooting: 2017

Las Vegas mass shooting: 2017

Tanner Nuttall, Staff Reporter March 8, 2024

On October 1st, 2017, at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival on the Las Vegas Strip, Nevada, there was a mass shooting. Over 22,000 people were attending this 3-day country music festival. Midway through...

The Bombing of Rafah

The Bombing of Rafah

Dominick Antis, Editor March 1, 2024

Many people have probably heard of the ongoing conflict in the Gaza Strip, but many also forget that it continues to rage on. Civilians have been relocated all the way from the North to the South, forced...

Alexei Navalny’s Sudden Death

Cathrine Davis, Editor February 26, 2024

Alexei Navalny was reported dead by Russian authorities on Friday. Prison authorities disclosed that Navalny “felt unwell” after he took a walk, “almost immediately losing consciousness." They claim...

An Extra 24 Hours

Aubrey Simpson, Staff Reporter February 19, 2024

Every four years, including 2024, there is an interesting phenomenon in our calendars, as 24 hours are added to the end of February. This added day is known as Leap Day or Leap Year Day. But why does this...

Keep It 100 in 100 Hall!

Nikola Janjetovic and Charlie Arnone February 19, 2024

With a new year comes new additions to Gloucester High School, most noticeably the first day of reopening from the A-Hall, now renamed 100 Hall, from closed renovations.  100 Hall has reopened its...

Remembering Matthew Perry

Kassidy Digmon, Sections Editor November 20, 2023

     Matthew Perry, born on August 19th, 1969, and died on October 28th, 2023, was a successful actor and book author.  He was born to a journalist mother and an actor father, due to this he was put...

Tatum Branchs Winning Painting, Girls Eating Cereal

Tatum Branch wins Regional Art Contest

Reagan Branch, Staff Reporter May 23, 2023

Gloucester High School Junior, Tatum Branch, is the winner of the Virginia School Boards Association Spring Regional Art Contest.  ¨We were instructed to make a painting that was inspired by an artist...

Spirit Week Flyer May 22 to May 26

Join the Fun During Spirit Week

Staff Reporter, Staff Reporter May 5, 2023

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