• New Poll Data Reveals Richmond Political Priorities
    National, News

    New Poll Data Reveals Richmond Political Priorities

    Adam Sachs, Staff Writer

    October 16, 2017

    Richmond is known around the country for its vibrant arts scene, delicious food, craft breweries, and expanding communities. However, a multitude of headlines have arisen concerning Richmond’s famed Monument Avenue and the large Confederate Monuments...

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  • On The War on Drugs
    Opinion

    On The War on Drugs

    Grady Trexler, Assistant Opinions Editor

    October 16, 2017

    This is not a piece in favor of legalization of any kind. Let me restate that, for those who would turn away at the sight of a drug related article about legalization: this is not a piece in favor of legalization of any kind.  This is merely a plea...

    A Colombian member of a police anti-drugs unit stands guard next to marijuana packages displayed to the press, on March 26, 2013, in Cali, department of Valle del Cauca, Colombia.

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  • Fall Fest Continues to Impress
    News, Student Life

    Fall Fest Continues to Impress

    Kate Farmer, Samra Kanwal, Gianna Franco, Anna Jepson, and Malina Gavris

    October 16, 2017

    Barbeque, classic rock. Stand-up comedy, Indian dance. Freshly grilled gyros, pumpkin-spice cake pops. Milkshakes, Shakespeare. Dragon face paint, giant stuffed gorillas. Songs sung in American Sign Language, songs sung barefoot with banjos. Altogether,...

    The MLWGS Deadbeats perform "Young, Dumb, and Broke" by Khalid.

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  • North Korea: Why Words Have Weight
    International, News

    North Korea: Why Words Have Weight

    Alex Broening, Assistant International/Domestic News Editor

    September 29, 2017

    The recent barrage of insults traded between President Trump and Kim Jong Un has created a crisis. Military threats have become commonplace, and President Trump’s various threats against North Korea, both in speeches and on Twitter, do nothing to d...

    Photo: CNN.com

  • Rap Enters the Political Sphere
    Opinion

    Rap Enters the Political Sphere

    Cole Mier, Opinions Editor

    September 29, 2017

    “George Bush doesn’t care about black people.” These words were uttered on national television by rapper Kanye West during NBC’s post-Katrina Concert for Hurricane Relief on September 2nd, 2005. Kanye’s statement that night sent shockwaves th...

    Photo: The Source Magazine

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New Poll Data Reveals Richmond Political Priorities

New Poll Data Reveals Richmond Political Priorities

Adam Sachs, Staff Writer

Richmond is known around the country for its vibrant arts scene, delicious food, craft breweries, and expanding communities. However, a multitude of headlines have arisen concerning Richmond’s famed Monument Avenue and...

October 16, 2017

On The War on Drugs

On The War on Drugs

Grady Trexler, Assistant Opinions Editor

This is not a piece in favor of legalization of any kind. Let me restate that, for those who would turn away at the sight of a drug related article about legalization: this is not a piece in favor of legalization of any...

October 16, 2017

Fall Fest Continues to Impress

Fall Fest Continues to Impress

Kate Farmer, Samra Kanwal, Gianna Franco, Anna Jepson, and Malina Gavris

Barbeque, classic rock. Stand-up comedy, Indian dance. Freshly grilled gyros, pumpkin-spice cake pops. Milkshakes, Shakespeare. Dragon face paint, giant stuffed gorillas. Songs sung in American Sign Language, songs sung barefoot...

October 16, 2017

Mentorship Spotlight: Aditya Kannoth

Mentorship Spotlight: Aditya Kannoth

Angela Ciarochi, Features Editor

Through the opportunities of Maggie Walker’s mentorship program, students are offered a hands-on glimpse to what the real world entails. This fortunate group of seniors at MLWGS includes Aditya Kannoth, who participate...

September 14, 2017

Interview: New SCA Leadership

Interview: New SCA Leadership

Kamya Sanjay, Editor-in-Chief

The Jabberwock was extremely fortunate to have the opportunity to “pick the brains” of Thomas Green (`18) and Rachel Zhao (`18), Maggie Walker’s 2017-18 SCA presidents. The two charismatic leaders hope to hold a tenure...

August 17, 2017

College Crunch Time

College Crunch Time

Amanda Mier, Features Editor

Friday, March 31st. The morning after. In the words of one unnamed teacher (hint: it was Ms. Cross): “some of you are happy, some of you are sad, and some of you gave up four years ago.” By now, seniors have received ...

April 8, 2017

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