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Dr. Michelle Reid, New Superintendent of Fairfax County Public Schools

By: Meissa Islam and Sibel Mehmed
Dr. Michelle Reid was recently appointed the new superintendent. We interviewed her just a day after the announcement.
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cowboy by La Shola y EL Gringo? is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

The Invention That Ended The Wild West

By: Isaiah Efrem, Reporter
The ending of one of the craziest eras in American history.
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Fiction and Its Significance in Society

By: Benita Xavier, Journalist
Most of society describes reading fiction as an activity for people to escape their daily lives, however, there is much more to it and its outreach. Fiction is creative writing where the situations and ideas presented, though perhaps based on reality, have not occurred in real life; the writer uses his or her imagination to create characters, settings, and plot points. How can these stories of imagination affect living in reality?
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Black and White by Brian Auer is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

The Ageist Divide

By: Gabrielle Carpenter, Editor
Remember the golden rule?
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Voices of Diversity, April 25th, 2007 by joaquinuy is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Complaint Filed After Biased Attack Asian Woman And Child

By: Siamba Oguah, Journalist
Last week a man purportedly harassed and threatened an Asian-American woman and her daughter in a car because they were of Asian descent. Many cities have seen an increase in Asian hate crimes since the beginning of the pandemic.
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Katana by Joan Valls is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

The Greatest Swordsmith in Japanese History

By: Erick Molina-Diaz, Journalist
Amakuni and his son took an oath to make the best sword they could.
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Black History Month by Enokson is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Who was Benjamin Banneker?

By: Julia Clavecillas, Reporter
Benjamin Banneker was a renowned scientist, astronomer, mathematician, and inventor. He was a free African American man who was born to two freed slaves on November 9th, 1731.
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Auto-Lacing Sneakers

By: Jacob Segura, Alexander J, Segura
Recently the auto lacing sneakers industry have become popular to the public .
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Child Labor: Carolina cotton mill, 1908. by Kelly Short6 is marked with CC PDM 1.0

Old Factories During the Industrial Revolution

By: Cindy DeLeon-DeLeon, Reporter
During the industrial revolution in 1760 a lot of things had change with factories. With more and more factories, more products were being mass produced everyday.
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June Is Pride Month, Support The LGBTQIA+ Community

By: Siamba Oguah, Journalist
LGBTQIA stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, and asexual; the plus stands for any sexualities that weren't included in the acronym. In honor of pride month here are some things you can do to support the community and be a better ally.
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First Covid-19 Vaccine Given in the US – An End to the Pandemic?

By: Shrey Sharma, Reporter
Is the end of the pandemic near? New vaccines are ready, and are being shipped around the country.
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By: Abigail Chi, Writer
The Central Intelligence Agency, also known as the CIA, is a government funded agency designated to collect, research, and evaluate foreign information for the president and senior US policy makers to make educated and informed national security decisions.
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