Mark Graff Staff Writer On March 28, Henrico County Public Schools hosted a public forum to hear concerns from parents, students, and teachers about school safety in the wake of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school shooting. The forum was prompted by an influx of concern and activism following the Florida shooting as well as a … Continue reading HCPS Public Safety Forum
Grace Powers Staff Writer On Saturday March 24, students from around the Richmond area gathered at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School to protest gun violence. The event was a student-led event sponsored by Richmond City Public Schools. Speakers climbed on a platform atop a bus to share their experiences with gun violence and … Continue reading March for Our Lives
Juliana McKean Staff Writer Freeman Girls Varsity soccer has started the year off with a bang, collecting 3 wins against competitive teams in the first 3 weeks of their season. The Rebels first beat Atlee 4-1, dominating possession early. Scorers included Lauren Bruns (11), Karson Girvin (10), and 2 from Shannon Galt (12). Freshman … Continue reading Girls Soccer Starts Season Strong
Remy Schimick Staff Writer Last Thursday on March 8th, a school shooting threat surfaced on social media. The threat was made from one student to another over a Snapchat direct message. Students from all over the county reposted and reported the threat to warn fellow teachers and students. The disturbing threat referenced three high schools … Continue reading How Students Felt After the Shooting Threat on the First Week of March
Nicholas Wright Opinions Editor Nicholas Wright tells the story of the Richmond Vampire: The legend of the Richmond Vampire surrounds the emergence of the ghoul-like figure following the collapse during the restoration of a train tunnel in Church-Hill on October 2, 1925. The figure reportedly proceeded to Hollywood Cemetery and disappeared into the tomb of … Continue reading You’ll Never Believe this Bone Chilling Urban Legend About the Richmond Vampire that Terrorized RVA in the Early 20th Century.
Emily Anstett Staff Writer It’s concert season in RVA! While summer is approaching, a lot of new artists are coming to the Richmond area. There are a wide range of artists to find your favorite song for the summer from everyone’s favorite genre. Here is a schedule of Richmond concerts to find when your favorites … Continue reading Checkout Upcoming RVA Concerts
Greer Peacock Staff Writer The second Annual Benefit Game for Roy Franklin "Frank" Woolwine Jr. was held on March 7 at the Collegiate main campus. Frank was a former student on the lacrosse team who was killed in a single-car, alcohol related, accident in August 2016. He would have been a current Senior. “There was … Continue reading The Second Annual Benefit Game for Frank Woolwine Raises Significant Funds