Dominion High School Press

Were This Year’s Hallways a Success?

Brook Poyer, Staff Writer

October 2, 2015

Filed under Op-Ed

Freshman: This year’s freshmen performed better than last years, but they’re definitely not the winner. With a small tiki shack pressed up against the wall being their only sign of creativity, their hallway failed to convey...

Getting Involved with Homecoming

Nicole Springer, Staff Reporter

September 29, 2015

Filed under Op-Ed

This week Dominion’s hallways will be transformed into the beauty and wonder of noble states, transporting students and teachers to the sights of states over our great country. Many students are encouraged to make the magic...

Private Prisons: New Arm of the Political Machine

Gabriella Hernandez, Editor-in-Chief

May 27, 2015

Filed under Op-Ed

In the midst of the ongoing campaigns of bids for the presidential nominations for 2016, one issue stands ignored by the masses with no real indicator of it ever leaving obscurity: the private prison industry. The private prison...

Childhood Obesity, Adult Excuses

Brook Poyer, Staff Reporter

April 27, 2015

Filed under Op-Ed

In 2012 the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that 1 in 3 Americans were obese. Since then many Americans stepped up to the plate, and aspired for a healthier lifestyle, however, many others have chosen...

Gay-Straight Alliance at Dominion

Ben Radomsky, Editor

November 18, 2014

Filed under Op-Ed

Throughout the hallways of Dominion, there are posters advertising our school’s Gay-Straight Alliance. The posters are vivid and eye-catching, while also correlating to the subject of the club through the use of the rainbow,...

Media Propagating Bias

Gabriella Hernandez-Figueroa, Editor-in-Chief

November 18, 2014

Filed under Op-Ed

The role of the media is to inform not to bastardize the information with prejudice. The target of this perversion of the news is any report dealing with the Middle East, and more importantly, countries that have Muslim majorities...

“May I please go to the nurse?”

Zainab Mahdi

April 25, 2014

Filed under Op-Ed

At least once a day, I hear these words, “May I please go to the nurse?” Teachers are required to send a student to the nurse if they ask.  Students take advantage of this and consistently use going to the nurse as an excuse...

Wall of Shame

Wall of Shame

April 25, 2014

Claude Moore Rec Center Health Concerns

Caroline Brandt, Editor-In-Chief

April 25, 2014

Filed under Op-Ed

As a swimmer of over 14 years with over 5 years of experience swimming at Claude Moore Recreation Center in Sterling, Virginia, I, along with many other swimmers, have had it with the disturbing conditions present at Claude Moore....

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