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Top 5 ways to make money while social distancing

By Nicholas Matsukas, Contributor

July 31, 2020

During these crazy times you may be struck with boredom or a lack of motivation.  A way you can fix that and also pick up a little bit of pocket change is by getting a summer job.  Here are my top 5 ways you could make money...

Teacher’s Perspective: The AP Tests with Madame Broche, AP French

By Jaime Wise, Contributor

July 31, 2020

This school year was unusual. Every grade was impacted by the coronavirus outbreak -- seniors missed their final projects, juniors’ college search processes were interrupted, and everyone finished the last quarter at home away f...

Phasing out the SAT

By Abi Baker, Contributor

July 31, 2020

Before I even started high school, my parents talked about the importance of getting a high SAT score, and more importantly, what score could get me into the best colleges. Now, as a rising junior, it is very clear how toxic and ...

The Bigger Problem: Students are to Focus on the Future Rather than the Present

By Jerry Gao, Editor

July 31, 2020

After reading the article: “How to Normalize the College Search Process for Juniors,” I drafted a response expressing how relatable I felt as a rising senior in high school. Canceled SATs, college counseling events, and coll...

Flint Hill’s Response to the Issues Faced by Our Community

By Swetha Madiraju, Editor

July 31, 2020

Recent events have caused communities from all around the nation to reassess the way they operate and fix any issues that pertain to equal rights and treatment for all. Our Flint Hill community is no stranger to the problems ...

Being a High School Senior During the Pandemic with Avishka Boppudi

By Abi Baker, Contributor

July 9, 2020

In an interview with former SCA President Avishka Boppudi ‘20, she talks about what it was like to be a senior in high school during the pandemic, how it has affected her, and how she lives her life now.    In the...

Hope and Happiness

Hope and Happiness

July 9, 2020

U.S Tenants Struggle During COVID-19 Pandemic

By Jerry Gao, Editor

July 9, 2020

What Happened From March to June, many states placed a moratorium on eviction, which stated that landlords could not evict their tenants for a period of time. Despite this, tenants across the United States were being evicted o...

Virginia’s Relationship with Robert E. Lee

By Jaime Wise, Contributor

July 9, 2020

Virginia, as a state, is proud of Robert E. Lee. Or, at least, it has been for the past 155 years. From 1983-2000, Virginia celebrated Martin Luther King Junior Day as Lee-Jackson Day. In the Capitol Building, where each state can ...

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