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Productive Hobbies to Try this Summer

Productive Hobbies to Try this Summer

Adam Miller, Community Editor June 3, 2021

As pharmacies across the United States continue to roll-out vaccines to immunize against SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19, this summer will hopefully be a return to normalcy for Americans. Those looking to start...

The Cost of Fast Fashion

The Cost of Fast Fashion

Erin McCormick, Entertainment Editor June 3, 2021

In the recent centuries, clothing has significantly changed both in style and manufacturing. Back in the 1800s, getting clothing was a meticulous process. People had to gather their own material, such...

How to be a good plant parent

How to be a good plant parent

Kirsten Carl, Lifestyle Editor April 13, 2021

Growing a plant of your own can be super rewarding. During the pandemic, many Americans have turned to caring for indoor plants, due to limited outdoor activities. Along with this newfound hobby comes...

Jammin Java offers intimate concert-going experiences

Jammin Java offers intimate concert-going experiences

Sophie Shayne, Editor-in-Chief December 3, 2018

Child TV star Drake Bell recently performed at Jammin Java in Vienna, and a number of Madison students attended his performance. “Drake Bell could respond to the audience if someone yelled because he...

“Crazy Rich Asians” opens doors for Asian Representation in Hollywood

Spencer Todd, Entertainment Editor November 13, 2018

Following the release of “Crazy Rich Asians,” Hollywood opened its doors to Asian representation in films. The movie was the first to star a lead Asian female in 25 years, since the release of “The...

The Urban Legends of Virginia

The Urban Legends of Virginia

Caleb Callen, Staff Reporter October 31, 2018

This Halloween, it's time to take a look at three urban legends that spook the state that we call Virginia. The Ghost of Sarah Shelton Patrick Patrick Henry—a Founding Father and one of Virginia’s...

The Importance of Galentine’s Day

Campbell Ferrick, Lifestyle Editor April 3, 2018

Galentine’s Day, made popular by feminist icon Leslie Knope on Parks and Rec (played by Amy Poehler), took place on the 13th of February, conveniently set on the day before Valentine’s day, is a day...

Madison’s online presence expands in digital age: Bloggers

Hannah Kase, Online Editor-in-Chief April 3, 2018

Just a few weeks ago, Ansley McGuire (’20) made the decision to start a blog. Her blog, entitled “ansley elisabeth,” serves as an outlet for her to share her thoughts that she does not share anywhere...

Madison’s online presence expands in digital age: YouTubers

Beck Inglese and Grace-Lauren Richmond April 3, 2018

Luke Pohlman (’19) is one of several Madison students with a YouTube channel. He posts videos about his life, traveling, activities he participates in and other things he thinks people would find interesting....

March for Our Lives draws Madison students to action

March for Our Lives draws Madison students to action

March 25, 2018

On March 24, many Madison students and Vienna community members traveled to Washington, D.C. to show support and advocate for gun reform. The faces of the March for Our Lives were students from Marjory...

Star Wars launches into hyperspace, leaving big screen behind

Matthew Nguyen, Staff Reporter February 15, 2018

With Admiral Akbar captured by the First Order, the Resistance launches a mission to rescue the famed leader of the Rebellion. The rescue team composed of some of the Resistance’s finest soldiers and...

“The Last Jedi” introduces new themes into classic Star Wars storyline

Grace-Lauren Richmond, Business Manager February 15, 2018

This movie takes you on an emotional roller coaster of plot twists. The Resistance struggles to battle the dominating First Order with their outdated ships and small numbers.  Despite what some predicted,...

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