Capital Student News

Union Station

JaeShawn Champ

July 25, 2018

 A man gave us a tour of Union Station. He took us behind the statue, and explained the backstory on how and why the building looks the way it does. His role was a business manager, and his main focus is on new businesses and ...

One King’s Summer League

Diamond Holton, Writing Coach, SOTC2016

August 4, 2016

With school out during the summer, there are many opportunities for young adults to take up.One being the Marion Barry Summer Youth Employment Program where ages 14-24 can obtain a summer job for pay. One student, a rising juni...

The Kidnapping

Winston Stewart

November 23, 2015

Her name is Brittney, and this is her story. She lives in the Los Angeles, California and is sixteen years old. “BRITTNEY!” her mother calls. “Yes mom,” said Brittney. “Your friends are outside.” said her mother....

Awareness of Human Sex Trafficking is Lacking

October 30, 2015

Picture by  Elizabeth Mehling on Flickr/Creative Commons Human sex trafficking is a big problem in the world. According to the U.S. State Department, 600,000 to 800,000 people are trafficked across international borders every year. ...

Banneker Doubles Champions Jasmin Woodruff, class of 2018 and Lauren Dawkins, class of 2017, pose with tennis coach Richard King. Woodruff won every match she played.

Banneker Wins Tennis Doubles

September 26, 2015

It’s all about the locker!

Jasmin Woodruff, Reporter

August 6, 2015

This issue's featured locker is freshman Nia Anderson’s locker. Nia has streamers coming from the top of her locker and organizers at the top and bottom of her locker. She also has mirrors on the door of her locker, so...

Hamlet Cast Photos

July 7, 2015

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