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Yohannan Gugsa

Yohannan Gugsa, Editor-in-chief

Yohannan Gugsa is the Editor in Chief of The Verdict. She is one of the contributing founders of the journalism club with the position of Secretary. She is a junior in her third year of journalism. She has a deep passion for writing and investigative journalism. She describes that the best part of this class is the sense of community there is. She enjoys the writing process in the journalism field.

Written by Yohannan Gugsa
When will it end!

When will it end!

Yohannan Gugsa, Editor-in-chief
Published February 21, 2024

The series of email spams have begun again. Last year students had been bombarded with hundreds of emails of the bee movie script. On February 20th students were sent an email with a title “african artist...

Its Parking Pandemonium! Where Will We Park Now?

It’s Parking Pandemonium! Where Will We Park Now?

School Renovation Limits Viable Parking For Staff And Students
Yohannan Gugsa and Isra Yousif
Published February 1, 2024

After losing 85 parking spots due to the ongoing construction, Justice High School’s administration made the choice to move staff parking to the front lot, inevitably reducing the number of...

Justice Round The World: International Night Is a Success

Justice ‘Round The World: International Night Is a Success

Yohannan Gugsa and Dania Eldirdiri
Published April 30, 2023

Justice High School’s International Night took place on March 21st at 7 pm, where students showcased diversity at Justice High School. There were performances, traditional fashion displays from countries...

Eden Center Redevelopment

What is it?
Yohannan Gugsa, Editor-in-chief
Published April 14, 2023

40 years ago the Plaza Seven Shopping Center became Eden Center. The Eden Center has been voted “best shopping center” by Washington city paper 2 years in a row. The Center is filled with Vietnamese...

An icon of a person runs across white crosswalk blocks that appear to be falling like dominoes, on a red background

Why Isn’t Traffic Safety a Way Bigger Deal?

Recently, Justice junior Lesly Diaz-Bonilla was fatally struck at the intersection where Columbia Pike meets Tyler Street. At this same spot in 2018, a mother and her daughter were injured by a hit-and-run...

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Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Yohannan Gugsa, Editor-in-chief
Published March 15, 2023

Wakanda Forever was made to commemorate the memory of actor Chadwick Boseman, who died in August of 2020 and performed as King T’Challa of Wakanda in the 2018 film “Black Panther”.  In the...

Hold The Phone: FCPS Phone Policies

Hold The Phone: FCPS Phone Policies

Yohannan Gugsa, Editor-in-chief
Published November 7, 2022

As of June 2022, new phone policies were placed into the Student's Rights and Responsibilities (SR&R). These policies differentiate for each student depending on their grade.  The SR&R...

Wolfpack Theatre Shines in Spring Production

Wolfpack Theatre Shines in Spring Production

Yohannan Gugsa, Editor-in-chief
Published April 20, 2022

On March 10th-12th, Justice High School's well-renowned theater program, the Wolfpack Theater, presented “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown”. The beloved classic was seamlessly performed here at Justice....

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