A Project for Better Journalism chapter



February 16, 2018 2:48am | Sophie Singletary '18, Contributing Writer

How often are you presented with an opportunity to converse with peers in other grades and circles, with Chick-fil-A no less?! This past Monday, Episcopal Table Talk club offered just that! Led by our very own Olivia Tucker, Jett Lyerly and Juliet Faris, the team […]

Team Spotlight: Varsity Field Hockey

October 21, 2016 11:10am | Sarah Kurzweil

  After a great 2015 season, where the team nearly won the ISL championship, the girls’ varsity field hockey team has returned to the 2016 season focused on continuing to build upon last season’s accomplishments. Along with Head Coach Shelly Montgomery, the three new additions […]

Team Spotlight: Girls Varsity Tennis

October 21, 2016 11:09am | Kay Finlay

Girls’ varsity tennis is serving it up this season. With the majority of the team being underclassmen, the team is exceptionally young; however, this has not deterred the team’s persistence for glory. The GVT lineup begins with sophomore Gracie Hughes. Hughes is an exceptionally determined […]

Don’t Cross Our Country

October 21, 2016 11:08am | Mei Kuo '19

Cross country’s preseason got the runners prepared for a challenging season. The enthusiastic runners were trained under the careful supervision of Coach Sohn, Coach Castle, Coach Schwanda, Coach Lee, and two new coaches, Coach Junker and Coach Michael. The cross country team spent their days […]

Boys Varsity Soccer: Band of Brothers

October 21, 2016 11:06am | Hunter Brode & Paul Gibert

Boys’ varsity soccer has been through hell and back this season. From the start, our focus has been chemistry. With ten new players joining the roster, we have worked hard on communicating, adapting to different styles of play, and getting to know each other off […]

Athletic Spotlight: Oliver Randon

October 21, 2016 11:04am | Philip Brossy

Why is he so fast? “The New Greg Morgan,” also known as Oliver Randon, has taken the number one spot on the depth chart this year for the cross country team. When asked why he runs so fast, Oliver states calmly: “Because I have trained, […]

Movie Review: Star Wars Rogue One

October 21, 2016 11:00am | Chronicle Arts Staff

Whether you’re a Star Wars fan or not, the main thing to know when going to see Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is that it differs vastly from the rest of the series, while holding subtle feelings of nostalgia for fans. The aforementioned differences […]

Sing Your Heart Out

October 21, 2016 10:59am | Julia Messenger

On Saturday, February 27, Mark Berry, Jahsaiah Moses, Jozette Moses, Emma Thorp and I loaded onto a bus driven by Mr. Kovach and headed for the Virginia chapter of the 2016 National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) vocal competition held at George Mason University. […]

A Mainstage Revolution

October 21, 2016 10:57am | Lauryn King

From flashlights and darkness, to human traffickers masquerading as cab drivers, to human-eating psychopath butchers, anyone who has been able to sneak a glance of this year’s Fall play through the doors of Pendleton can attest to its originality in comparison to past Mainstage productions. […]

Fall Wardrobe Essentials

October 21, 2016 10:55am | Louis Tambue

The leaves continue to fall from the trees and the temperature continues to drop, it is evident that the season of fall is amongst us. I’m here to provide you all with some essential pieces of clothing to keep in mind as the season progresses… […]