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Spring sports tryouts, Feb.20 
Jumana Alsaadoon, Online Managing Editor • February 20, 2024

The 2024 Spring Sports tryout season began Feb.20. Baseball, softball, boys soccer, girls soccer, boys tennis and girls tennis all had their...

BSU upcoming talent show, March 1.
Jumana Alsaadoon, Online Managing Editor • February 20, 2024

The Black Student Union (BSU)  is holding their annual talent show March 1.  Auditions were held throughout February and the deadline for...

Mu Alpha Theta sponsor works while Junior Anastasia Gatsutsin studies for the SAT.
Mu Alpha Theta offers SAT/ACT tutoring
Matilde Lina Enciso, Staff Reporter • February 20, 2024

Helping students achieve their testing goals, the math honors society Mu Alpha Theta, is now offering Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) and American College Testing (ACT) tutoring once a week. A little less than an hour after school, room 424 is available to whoever is preparing to take the exam. Members of Mu Alpha Theta and one of its sponsors are available for tutoring and support. “We just provide a space. If someone needs something...

Tamara Mines was hired over the summer of 2023 as the new principal of Rocktown High School.
MEET MINES: New principal brings vision to Rocktown as construction continues
Clare Kirwan, Head Editor-in-Chief • January 16, 2024

The creation of ‘HHS2’ has been a major talking point for the Harrisonburg community over the past five plus years. Now, in just under a month the keys will be turned over to HHS2, Rocktown High School (RHS). The first to accept the keys will be recently hired principal Tamara Mines. Mines was a principal in Henrico County before the job opened up within Harrisonburg City Public Schools. She feels not only ready, but very excited for...

Jones copes with stress through crafts
Jiayi Li, Yearbook Managing Editor • September 12, 2023
The shooting at Robb Elementary School took the lives of 19 children, two teachers and left six in critical care.
U.S. reels from deadly Texas shooting, need for gun restriction more dire than ever
Clare Kirwan, Head Editor-in-Chief • May 27, 2022

“It takes a monster to kill children. But to watch monsters kill children again and again and do nothing isn’t just insanity—it’s inhumanity,” -American poet and activist Amanda Gorman According to CNN, at least 19 students and two teachers were shot and killed at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas on May 24, 2022. This is the deadliest school shooting since the Sandy Hook shooting in 2012. The suspected shooter was an...

Waid believes her dog, Charlie, has improved her overall mental health.
Pets help mental health
Macy Waid, Page Editor • November 18, 2021
Junior Joshua Saldana trains with the AD Alcorcon Academy in Spain. The experience has been like no other, Saldana said.
Saldana scouted by Spanish Academy, trains with Alcorcon in Spain
Clare Kirwan, Head Editor-in-Chief • February 3, 2024

He sat watching the ruby red jerseys run back and forth on the pitch. At age four, watching Barcelona (Barca) play on his TV, Saldana didn’t know how much of an impact the sport of soccer would have not only on his upbringing, but also on his identity. “I first got into soccer because of my dad....

the Newsstreak

Student in the HHS dance program performs a dance to Christmas carol named Carol of the Bells.
Winter assembly held before break
Jumana Alsaadoon, Online Managing Editor • January 4, 2024

Senior Jade Chao (left) and sophomore Abby Gibson (right) reach their hands out during their performance.
Dance presents fall concert, Nov.15
Farrah King-Hughes, Page Editor • November 17, 2023

Senior Sophia Pimentel Yoder takes a video with her friends as they wear pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I think its great that we show support for breast cancer because so many people are affected by it. Pimentel Yoder said.
Varsity football team loses 21-7 against Spotswood
Jireh Perez, Page Editor • October 16, 2023

Mike Stempel and Bradley Suazo organizing a tray of breakfasts.
Students help prepare breakfast during second block
Michael Bennett, Page Editor • October 5, 2023

A group of students looking around the greenhouse
Guest speaker Isacc Matlock speaks to environmental science classes
Jumana Alsadoon, Staff Reporter • September 25, 2023

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The 81st Golden Globes awards ceremony took place Jan. 7. The Globes have been honoring artists and professionals in film and television for the past 79 years. This year the broadcast flopped, but the awards held sweeps from Oppenheimer, The Bear and Succession.
Golden Globes winners announced 1/7, awards season commences
Clare Kirwan, Head Editor-in-Chief • January 8, 2024

The 81st Golden Globes Awards Ceremony aired all across the globe at 8p.m. EST, Sunday, Jan. 7 . The Golden Globes have recognized American and...

Rosasco compiled her realism and abstract artworks together in a collage.
Wilson Downtown Gallery helps restore Harrisonburg’s art culture
Camryn Johnson, Jiayi Li, and Isabel Lewis August 21, 2023

Tucked away in the mountainside of Virginia, the college town of Harrisonburg is in the process of revamping its community by uplifting the arts,...

Graphic designer and co-founder of Earth Surprise Murals, Matt Leech paints a mural on the side of the Explore More Discovery Museum. Photo courtesy of Matt Leech
The Man: Leech creates mural, graphics for downtown Harrisonburg
Jumana Alsaadoon and Clare Kirwan August 21, 2023

The art scene has taken Harrisonburg by storm in the past 15 years, according to Jenny Burden, the director of the Arts Council of the Valley....

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A screenshot featuring the HHS admin in their weekly radio show.
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