A message from our editor-in-chief and the president of the Journalism Club.
Missed me, babe? 😘
While we all adore our strong, athletic-minded Feliks, the time for good-byes is passed! Let us now look to the future, and who is the future? That’s right, Citizens! It’s the children–particularly the cute little freshies rumored to attend AOA this year. Shall we dive deep into her sound, darlings?
The Academy of Occult Arts has been the birthplace of many prominent athletes over the years: Bernd Schuster, Helmut Rahn, Pat Tillman, Venus and Serena Williams, and Chloe McCardel are just a small sampling of the hundreds of former students who walked our same halls. The Uchimura elven clan were the most recent attendees, with Haruhi Uchimura making a name for herself in the world of gymnastics. It isn’t uncommon to see a handful of college scouts at one of our games or competitions, and one can only imagine how many will make an appearance at our academy’s graduation ceremony tomorrow night. With that in mind, I would like to use this time to highlight the athletes of the graduating class and their prowess.
Unlike the subject of today’s article, your friendly neighborhood gossip queen Arion has not died! (Or undied, if we’re being technical.) Due to some scheduling mishaps and the state of the world, my interview with Virgil of the Houston Coven had to wait. Now that the dust has settled, I’m here to share with you all the glorious tid-bits given by everyone’s fave vamp-tographer!
Today, I will pose to you a question that has been on my mind since last year: what is the true identity of Virgil of the Houston Coven? I’ll even offer a titillating follow-up that I thought of back in March, and that is, “Has he now been reunited with his long lost love after one hundred and fifty years?”
You read that title correctly, my beloved reader–there is trouble brewing among the witch covens! Rosa Zaldivar was recently caught in an awkward position when her partner walked in on Rosa alone with another girl. This, lovelies, is nothing short of scandalous.
Timéo Stedelen, professor of Advanced Magick I and II, is retiring at the end of the 2020-2021 academic year.