2015’s Greatest Attack on Mankind – Paris Terror Attack

Stephanie Katherine Y., Global and National News

On Friday, November 13, 2015, the City of Lights was brought to its knees. Gunmen and suicide bombers hit a concert hall, a major stadium, restaurants and bars, almost simultaneously - and left 130 people...  Read More »

Jan 5

Terror and Heroism in Beirut, Lebanon

Zoe A.

Of course, most people know by know the horrible atrocity that occurred in Paris, France on Friday, November 13. Yet, for some reason the equally as abominable killings in Beirut, Lebanon, on Thursday,...  Read More »

Nov 30

The Republican Debate

November 30, 2015

The fourth Republican Presidential debate on Fox Business Network was one almost completely focused on the issues. Many have considered this debate one...  Read More »

California Drought

April 27, 2015

One of the biggest national stories in recent weeks has been the drought in California. With such a crippling drought taking the state by storm, Governor...  Read More »


February 11, 2015

One topic that has recently been open for discussion in certain states is that of fracking. Fracking was recently brought to my attention at a local youth...  Read More »

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Happy Holidays and Merry-Photo Taking: Top 10 Holiday Photo Ideas

Zachary B., Photographer

Send a card, but don’t forget the photo. Psychology Today claims that people don’t want the “mere” card anymore; they are really looking for photos of healthy happy people.  So did you alre...  Read More »

Nov 30

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Film Review 2017 – Spotlight: “La La Land”

Stephanie Katherine Yallourakis, Editor/Contributor

Many films come and go each year, making hundreds of millions at the box office, but rarely do all these films touch the hearts and souls of so many diverse individuals. There has ...  Read More »

Feb 7

Is There a Decline in Cable TV?

November 30, 2015

I rarely watch Cable TV, although I do own seven cable boxes in my house.  Most of the TV shows that I am interested in are on Netflix.  Recently,...  Read More »

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Lauren Watson- GWUOHS Student Profile

Ashley Hum, Contributor

"Well-behaved women seldom make history," wrote Laurel Thatcher Ulrich in 1976. History was certainly made on January 21, 2017, by the women of the Women's March on Washington, a group that Lauren Watson, a senior at GWUOHS, is proud to belong to. "I wen...  Read More »

Feb 17

Mrs. Whitney Keaton — GWUOHS Faculty Profile

January 23, 2017

  “I love learning more about my field and constantly working to make myself a better teacher.” Mrs. Keaton is one of George Washing...  Read More »

Using your Camera’s Flash

June 7, 2016

Lots of settings may call for the use of flash photography.  There’s the obvious dim lighting at an indoor party or the overcast day in the outdoors, but did you know that even a brightly lit d...  Read More »

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