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The Student News Site of Alexandria City High School

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The Student News Site of Alexandria City High School

Theogony

Henry Kissinger pictured on the phone, 1975 / National Security Archive

Ding-Dong the Witch is Dead: Henry Kissinger Deceased at 100

Max Carpenter, Staff Writer January 31, 2024

Henry Kissinger, known by many as Richard Nixon’s right-hand man, passed away on November 29th, 2023 in Kent, Connecticut. Kissinger knew many prominent world leaders in his lifetime, and his influence...

The Bigger Problem Behind Noah Lyless Bold Statement

The Bigger Problem Behind Noah Lyles’s Bold Statement

Max Carpenter, Staff Writer October 23, 2023
The United States needs to reassess its role as a superpower, which means sometimes getting directly involved in foreign affairs, but not becoming power-hungry or interfering where they’re simply not needed or welcome.
Exclusive: Theogony Speaks to George Santos

Exclusive: Theogony Speaks to George Santos

April 1, 2023
In an exclusive interview, Theogony spoke to George Santos, the controversial Republican House Representative from New York. 
MASK-ON: ACHS Students Hold Demonstration Against Virginia Mask Mandate Lift

MASK-ON: ACHS Students Hold Demonstration Against Virginia Mask Mandate Lift

Yahney-Marie Sangaré, Staff Writer March 6, 2022
On Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Virginia Senate Bill 739 went into effect in public schools across the state, removing the mask mandate for students. When word spread about the impending removal in late February, students at Alexandria City High School took it upon themselves to organize a demonstration during Lunch and Learn against the bill’s passage and what it means for the future of COVID-19 policy in Virginia. On social media, in the hallways, and around the city, multiple names were given to the event: a walk-out, a protest, a demonstration, civic obedience. To the organizers and attendees, however, it held much more weight than a Canva poster.
The 2021 Womens March

The 2021 Women’s March

November 9, 2021
It has been almost 50 years after the famous Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade ruled it was a women's right to have an abortion, yet abortion rights are still a hot-button issue in American politics. The recent Women's March on October 2nd mirrored the 1973 protests that led up to Roe v. Wade's decision.
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