By Soren Rutherford, Knightly News Staff Reporter The Senate created Human Trafficking Awareness Day to recognize the fact that modern slavery is not just present in third world countries, but even in a country as large and advanced as our own. Otherwise known as Neo-slavery, human trafficking is a horrendous crime that has yet to
Please enjoy this holiday video, produced by Scott Young, English faculty.
Attention Science Club Members! Did you miss the last meeting? You can still help us decorate the Chemis-Tree on Monday, Dec. 10 during Enrichment. Please see Mrs. Davis in 403 for a pass. French Club will meet Monday, December 10 during Enrichment. We will be taking the club photo for the yearbook and making
On Friday, Dec. 7th, Thomas Dale boys basketball plays Matoaca to raise money for pediatric brain cancer in a program called Hoops for Hope! The JV game starts at 5:45 and Varsity will play at 7:30.
By Soren Rutherford, Knightly News Opinion Editor From 1980 to 1989, there were a total of 11 political sex scandals across Ronald Reagan’s whole two-term presidency. In 2018 so far, there has been a whopping 60 sexual misconduct allegations. Senators, representatives, federal judges, assembly members, & even the President himself, all had or have allegations
Seniors, your senior privilege of getting out 5 minutes early at the end of the day is just around the corner! In order to do this, you must have the TDHS Class of 19 lanyard and the identification card made. Your senior officers will begin making these cards during lunches on Friday, Nov. 16
Clubs meeting on Monday, Nov. 19, during enrichment are Japanese Club, Student Book Club, and Ecology Club. Join Japanese Club! Learn Japanese Calligraphy! Dues are $10; get a pass from Sensei in room 1011. Student Book Club will meet on Monday, Nov.19, during enrichment in the main campus library. Bring a favorite book with you!
Dale Students Make Music During Genius Hour! Thomas Dale has started a new program in 2018-2019 school year called Genius Hour! During the Genius Hour, held on Monday, Oct. 29, during Enrichment, Thomas Dale faculty, staff and students offered 65 options, from poetry-writing to extreme sports to how-to change the oil in your car. Another
Johnson & Wales University will be in Richmond on Sunday, November 11, at 2:00 p.m. for an admissions information meeting. For more information, go to the College and Career Center page, Open House Opportunities and click on the Johnson & Wales brochure. This information is also posted on the Career Center Bulletin Board. Radford
By Mariah Granai, Knightly News Digital Editor-in-Chief and Heather Powers, Knightly News Digital Managing Editor From November 14 through 17, the fall musical Chicago hits the main campus stage. Juniors Nicholas Quillan and Emerson Pessara run backstage and cue the show. “I manage the stage and everyone on it,” said Quillan said. “I’m really excited for
“Censorship is telling a man he can’t have a steak just because a baby can’t chew it.” Mark Twain This week is Banned Books Week. Celebrate your freedom to read. “Libraries value free and open access to information,” said Shelley Armstrong, Thomas Dale librarian. “Come check out the Banned Books display in both the main
By Erica Wall, Knightly News Staff Reporter This year the SCA is asking Dale students to vote for their favorite homecoming dance theme and favorite spirit days. Vote now to pick your favorite theme for the homecoming dance. Themes you can vote for include: Egyptian, Under the Sea, 1970s Disco, Rio Carnival, Around the World,