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Clue: The Mystery Unfolds

November 14, 2019

BR Teachers Speak on Debate Issues

Nikhil Swamy, Writer/Editor

September 13, 2019

Democratic candidate Andrew Yang has proposed a $1,000 freedom dividend to every citizen in the United States. While this plan is ambitious, but is it feasible? Not all candidates have the name recognition as say Joe Biden or...

Newsies Spotlights BR Talent

Lauren Yeo and Lyndsay Goodwin, Staff Writers

April 3, 2019

On April 4-6 at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2, the Broad Run theater will present Newsies, a Broadway musical.  The Director, theater teacher Brandon Karbaugh expressed just how excited he is for this production. “It’s very h...

Midterm Elections in Virginia Take the National Stage

Atticus Sagilir, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018

On November 6, the voters participating in the General Election arrived at Broad Run to cast their votes for two races. One race is for United States Senator, which has an elections for one of its two positions every other year....

Will YOUR Class be Combined Next Year?

Alexandra Figueroa, Staff Writer

October 16, 2018

Have you ever walked into a classroom, and noticed there’s a small number of students in the class? Then, the teacher addresses that there are different levels in the class, and you wonder why do you have to take a class with...

Amazon, Microsoft, Google, all to begin construction in Loudoun County

Atticus Sagilir, Staff Writer

September 27, 2018

Three tech giants will be expanding to Loudoun County in the coming weeks, say spokespeople of all three companies. Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Corporation, and Google LLC have all begun initial plans to expand into Loudoun...

Senior Sanya Verma Takes Actions to Implement Her Idea for an Exciting Club

Sahar Koreshi, Staff Editor

September 7, 2018

This school year up until now has gotten off to a busy start with others as particular as Sanya Verma, a senior who has been excited to start a newly introduced club for the Spartans here at Broad Run High School. The Badmin...

Activities for the Summer

Lawrenda Avowlanou and Holly Wageley

May 21, 2018

  With only a month and a half left in the school year, students and faculty are beginning to make plans for the summer. What do the students of Broad Run High School plan to do over summer break? “I plan on goin...

Dealing with Stress While SOL and AP Testing

Sahar Koreshi, Staff Writer

May 15, 2018

While the month of May has just begun, so have our tests. It can take months and months of studying to get the perfect score we want on our SOLs and AP exams. It can take time and effort in reaching the desired score we need to pa...

On To The Real World

Marjorie Amaya, Staff Writer

May 1, 2018

The class of 2018 Is on their last weeks of high school. A very exciting time in our lives as we prepare for prom, graduation parties, beach week and graduation. Many are finalizing their college placements and putting their down...

Air Strikes in Eastern Ghouta

Sahar Koreshi, Staff Writer

March 7, 2018

On Monday, February 19, an airstrike hit Eastern Ghouta, Syria. More than 400 people including children were killed. In an observatory, 29 people were killed, and in other areas, more than 393,000 people were trapped due to barr...