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  • What it Means to Find a Meaningful Internship

    What it Means to Find a Meaningful Internship

    Fiona Flaherty, Copy Editor

    August 3, 2018

    There seems to be a misconception among many APS students that all high school internships are a grueling two-week period of running around an office making copies, doing coffee runs and taking notes during staff meanings. In many cases, that happens to be the reality. But is that just the nature of ...

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  • Yorktown’s Retirees

    Yorktown’s Retirees

    June 20, 2018

    Bobbie Steinberg: After a fulfilling 23 years of being a Special Education Resource Teacher, Bobbie Steinberg is looking forward to a relaxing and family focused retirement. Steinberg works individually with students in addition to co-teaching freshman English and history blocks. “I have a cas...

    Yorktown's retiring teachers - Kay Griffith, Anya Gan, Orpha Durgin, Bobbi Steinberg

    Chrissy Wiedemann

  • Loft’s Successful First Year

    Loft’s Successful First Year

    Anna Trainum, Sentry Staff Reporter

    June 20, 2018

    As the school year wraps up, Principal Bridget Loft’s successful first year comes to an end. Before coming here, Loft was principal of Swanson Middle School. Switching from middle school to high school is definitely challenging, but Loft has quickly become a Patriot. 2018 has undoubtedly been a cra...

    Principal Bridget Loft speaking to students at prom

    Lindsey Bowers

  • Changing Voting Age to 16: Necessary Reform or Pubescent Folly?

    Changing Voting Age to 16: Necessary Reform or Pubescent Folly?

    Joseph Ramos, Sentry Staff Reporter

    June 20, 2018

    In the District of Columbia (D.C.), a new law has been proposed to lower the voting age to 16 for both local and national elections. The law has the support of Mayor Muriel Bowser and the majority of the D.C. Council. Support for a law such as this has largely originated from recent student-led demonst...

    Younger voters take the polls

    Courtesy of Neal Augenstein

  • Capitals Playoff Spirit Around Yorktown

    Capitals Playoff Spirit Around Yorktown

    Joseph Ramos, Sentry Staff Reporter

    June 8, 2018

    It has been 44 years since the Washington Capitals were established as a franchise in the National Hockey League (NHL). Throughout this time, the team had only ever made it to the Stanley Cup Finals once, only to be swept 4-0 by the Detroit Red Wings in 1998. Since that run, the Capitals have seen man...

    Junior, Alison Sawyer, sporting Capitals gear around school.

    Lindsey Bowers

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