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Where every person has a story.

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Where every person has a story.

HHS Media

Adrian Kavazovic

Adrian Kavazovic, Print Managing Editor

Adrian Kavazovic is a junior at Harrisonburg High School and the Print Managing Editor. This is his third year on staff. Academically, he’s part of the Governor’s STEM Academy. In his free time, Adrian enjoys watching Netflix, spending time outside, taking pictures and traveling. His favorite things include the sky, the beach, spending time with friends and family and coffee. In the future, he plans to go to college and dental school to become a dentist, eventually (if he doesn’t change his mind). 

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Boys cross-country coach Stanley Peyton talks to the seniors on the team at a cross-country meet held September 21 at Grottoes Town Park.

World qualifying runner brings personal experiences to coaching cross-country

October 7, 2022

Since middle school, boys cross-country coach Stanley Peyton has seen running in his future. Ranging from sprinting to long-distance running, Peyton’s done it all.  “I first started running [at]...

Roberto Marquez answers questions students in an ESL class have about his documentary and journey with art.

Marquez turns passion to activism

October 1, 2022

“...I’m not only an artist, I’m also an activist…”  From border to border, Roberto Marquez has a story to tell. Whether it's regarding immigration or being able to express stories through...

Journalism is found in so many different aspects of your everyday life that you may not even realize.

Why is journalism so important?

September 8, 2022

If you’re reading this, you may be wondering “Why in the world is journalism so important?” That used to be me. Journalism used to be random people interviewing people on the news, but it’s a lot...

Pimentel-Yoder poses for  a photo in The Narrows at Zion National Park.

Pimentel-Yoder travels west, takes on new experiences

September 8, 2022

Wake up, explore a new place, all in an RV, across the country, every day, for a month. Junior Sophia Pimentel-Yoder spent a month of her summer on a trip out west with her family. For years, Pimentel-Yoder’s...

SCA sponsor Lisa McQueen explains to students what the campaigning process will be like for SCA elections.

SCA holds informational meeting, shares information about position openings

September 8, 2022

The new Student Community Association (SCA) sponsor, Lisa McQueen, held an informational meeting for students interested in being a part of SCA Wednesday, September 7. SCA is a primarily student-run organization...

Sophomore Tyler Miller walks through HHSMedia team and gets chalk thrown at him.

[Photo] HHSMedia staff participates in summer leadership camp

June 22, 2022

Sophomore Tyler Miller walks through HHSMedia team and gets chalk thrown at him.

Gorobchuk received photos from family still living in Ukraine of the destruction.

War between Russia, Ukraine endures

April 29, 2022

Ukraine has been undergoing a war with Russia, officially beginning as of February 24, 2022. Throughout the course of this war, many Ukrainians have been displaced from their homes, or even their own...

Sophomore Annie Poirot runs in the 800 meter run.

Outdoor track competes at Broadway

April 18, 2022

The outdoor track team competed in a meet at Broadway High School Wednesday, April 13. Sophomores Anna Campillo, Annie Poirot and Matthew Rush were a few of the distance runners who participated in...

Sophomore Nathaniel Bunn passes the baton to freshman Malakai Wettig in the 4x400 meter relay.

Outdoor track holds first home meet of the season

March 30, 2022

Friday, March 25, the outdoor track team competed held their first meet against Alleghany High School, Blue Ridge High School, Broadway High School, Eastern Mennonite School, Page County High School,...

Student artwork is displayed in the Valley Mall.

[Photo] Brooks brings light to youth art month 

March 28, 2022

Student artwork is displayed in the Valley Mall.

Senior Joshua Engle (middle) plays as the starting catcher.

Engle prepares for final season of baseball

March 9, 2022

One, two, three, strikes, you’re out. Senior Joshua Engle has had an interest in playing baseball since he was four years old. His inspiration when it comes to baseball is his dad and his brother.  “I...

Beginning March 1, 2022, students are no longer required to wear masks at school.

Friend, Cessna express concern regarding mask mandate lift

March 1, 2022

With Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin lifting mask mandates for students in grades K-12, it leaves many students and teachers wondering about the outcomes of this change. Some students such as sophomore...

Senior Layla Seefried (left) plays the xylophone in the Fall Band Concert held on September 30, 2021.

Seefried transitions from piano to percussion

February 25, 2022

From the piano to percussion, senior Layla Seefried has been influenced by band since a young age. Ever since she was a child, she has been playing some sort of instrument. She started by playing the piano...

Senior Jill Yoder poses for a photo after birdwatching at the beach.

Yoder applies birdwatching passion to Governor’s School research

February 17, 2022

Senior Jill Yoder has been a birdwatcher since she was young. Yoder’s parents were the ones who inspired her passion for birdwatching.  “My parents tell me I’ve enjoyed watching birds my whole...

Senior Haile Madden talks at the BSU talent show.

Madden looks forward to Black History Month

January 25, 2022

Black History month is celebrated throughout the month of February each year. Black Student Union (BSU) president, Haile Madden, believes that Black History Month is important to celebrate because it recognizes...

Freshman Joshua Nafziger helps construct the robot.

[Photo] Students attend after school robotics club

January 5, 2022

Freshman Joshua Nafziger helps construct the robot.

Sophomores Addison Fornadel and Lucy Ludwig pose for a photo outside of their classroom.

Fornadel and Ludwig connect through soccer

November 16, 2021

From the soccer field to school, sophomores Addison Fornadel and Lucy Ludwig have been close friends since fourth grade. When Ludwig moved to a new school, their friendship began.  “We first became...

Many people like to listen to Christmas music to get into the holiday spirit.

Listening to Christmas music is the best way to get in the holiday spirit

November 5, 2021

Now that the spooky season and fall festivities have come to an end, it’s time for the holiday season to be in the well deserved spotlight. Some people like to get into the holiday spirit by decorating...

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