Engineer speaks with students about the future of energy

On April 11 during CT, petroleum engineer Jim Kohlhaas spoke to students about various topics relating to energy. “He talked about trends in data and how solar and wind power are being misused and misplaced in certain places,” senior Patrick ...

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Students Win at Skills USA Championships

This past weekend students from the Chantilly Academy competed in the Skills USA state championships in Roanoke. The event hosted over 115 different competitions, awarding bronze, silver and gold medals to the winners. “I competed in the vet assistance competition ...

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Things to do in D.C.

Things to do in D.C.

Movies: Filmfest Movie lovers can check out Filmfest D.C. on April 17-27, back for its twenty-eighth year, featuring documentaries, shorts and new feature films from all around the world. Featured film genres include espionage and thrillers, comedies, food, social justice ...

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To say something or nothing at all

To say something or nothing at all

When did we become an entity so obsessed with being politically correct that we can no longer enjoy anything? Works of art and literature are too racist, too sexist and too ableist to be appreciated. How dare someone enjoy a ...

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Exploring the world one teacher at a time

Exploring the world one teacher at a time

Murfoo Riaz Special education teacher Murfoo Riaz was born and raised in Pakistan and lived there until her junior year of high school. In Pakistan, she was brought up under the care of her parents as one of six children. ...

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Southbound Stringfellow to re-open this summer

Southbound Stringfellow to re-open this summer

After a year and a half of lane closures, blocked sidewalks and detours, the Stringfellow Road widening project is nearing the end of the first of four phases. Despite a winter of bad weather, the work on the southbound side ...

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Creative Outlets: Plugging In

Every time students walk through the halls, they are able to appreciate the creations made by art students in the visual arts department. These masterpieces can have a positive effect on our emotions and mood, but what about our mind? ...

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