The Treaty

Representation in Politics: Students and the Presidential Race

“... I think that although [politicians] need to be supportive, they still need to maintain their own ideas and values and not change what they stood for simply for power or money or fame. It’s very important to remain true to what you represented although you didn’t win,” Arjola Mullaj, 19, said in regards to former candidates endorsing candidates still running in the race.

Mylynn Hopper, Staff Writer

March 18, 2020

For the Presidential campaign of 2020, a variety of politicians have expressed their passion and dedication for running to be the next President of the United States. However, many politicians have also dropped their campaign from the race. This leaves three main competitors left in the race for the Americ...

What You Need to Know About Voting on Super Tuesday

What You Need to Know About Voting on Super Tuesday

Sydney Haulenbeek, Editor in Chief

March 2, 2020

Tuesday, March 3, is Super Tuesday, and Virginia’s Democratic presidential primary voting day. Students who will be 18 in time for the general election in November and who registered to vote in the primaries before the February 10 deadline will be able to go to the polling location assigned to them and v...

Young Republicans Invite Congressional Candidate to Kempsville

Ben Loyola (R), speaking about his campaign to the Young Republicans and other students at Kempsville

Paxton Coley, Managing Editor

February 13, 2020

On Tuesday, February 11, Congressional Candidate for the 2nd district of Virginia Ben Loyola came and spoke to students at Kempsville High School in association with the Young Republicans Club. “My parents instilled in me the importance of education,” said Loyola, introducing himself, “My first...

A Moment in History: Trump’s Impeachment Inquiry

A Moment in History: Trump’s Impeachment Inquiry

Mylynn Hopper, Staff Writer

January 31, 2020

As the 2000s come to an end and the page turns to 2020, the world begins to face various new challenges and changes as it starts the new decade. In the U.S., Americans are in the middle of a significant moment currently affecting the government. At this time, President Trump’s impeachment case has...

Republican Rally Fires Up Attendees but Falls Short in the Vote

Republican Rally Fires Up Attendees but Falls Short in the Vote

Paxton Coley, Managing Editor

November 12, 2019

On Saturday, November 2, many Republican officials spoke at a rally at Kempsville Middle School, urging the public to vote. Vice President Mike Pence headlined this function, speaking of the successes the current administration has had and why Virginia needs to stay red.    "I'm here for one reason and one reason only...