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Two Families, Five Different Responses To COVID-19

Two Families, Five Different Responses To COVID-19

EMILY MAGGARD

May 19, 2020

Instead of waking up in dorm rooms, college students are waking up at home, with online classes replacing lecture halls. Even parents are working from their homes instead of an office. Normal routines are changing, and the coronavirus impacts different age groups in different ways. The Ranson family has two...

Study Hall Versus Playing Ball: Teachers with Kids Divide Time Between School and Family

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AVA SAVINO, STAFF WRITER

May 18, 2020

   English teacher Lenna Bowden shares her room with her sons Taylor and Matthew. While Matthew studies on the bed behind her, Taylor frequently runs in the room for hugs. Both kids wave and greet Bowden’s class of sixth graders. This is a typical day of online school for Bowden. She manages to bala...

The Importance of Sustainability in Our Everyday Lives

Sustainability doesn't have to be limited to the home. There are many simple ways to be environmentally friendly at school, too.

SIDNEY SEYBOLD, LIFESTYLES DEPARTMENT EDITOR

May 7, 2020

   Recently, I’ve watched a few nature documentaries, and I love everything about them, from the wild animals to the beautiful scenes of nature. However, there’s one aspect of nature documentaries that shows up every single time that I don’t like—the ending. Without fail, the endings usual...

Coronavirus’ Unseen Effects on Student Mental Health

Coronavirus' Unseen Effects on Student Mental Health

JACK VERVERIS, STAFF WRITER

May 1, 2020

   Social isolation is a necessary evil. However, even as quarantine becomes more important than ever to flattening the curve, a new crisis is appearing, directly caused by these necessary measures. Because while students became focused on stopping the physical spread of coronavirus, a new mental cr...

How to Develop a Healthy Habit

CAITLIN HAWLEY, STAFF WRITER

April 29, 2020

   Every New Year’s Eve we watch as our friends and families create lists of goals and habits they are going to stick with “for real” this time. And you’d be lying if you said you didn’t make one too, mapping out the times you are going to journal or the foods you are going to avoid. By the ...

“The Turning” Took It’s Own Turn With A Horrible Ending

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EMILY MAGGARD, STAFF WRITER

April 3, 2020

Horror novella writer, Henry James, wrote 20 terrifying novels in his life. Most notably  “The Turn of the Screw” in 1898. It was a horrifying story filled with ghosts and undead people torturing a teacher. More than a century later, “The Turning” was released. Directed by Floria Sigismondi, ...

Speeding Into The Theatre: “Sonic the Hedgehog”

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ALEC DIAZ, STAFF WRITER

April 1, 2020

   “Sonic the Hedgehog” came to theaters in the U.S. on February 14, and so far the movie has earned over $295 million. The movie had a good balance of funny and serious moments, and I highly recommend watching it if you want to have a good chuckle.        Sonic the Hedgehog, created in 1991, by...

The Battlefront Strikes Back

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EVAN HUANG, STAFF WRITER

March 29, 2020

     The dead speak! Nearly three years ago, Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment (DICE)  announced its next big release, “Star Wars Battlefront 2”. The game was promised to be the experience all fans of the Star Wars saga would enjoy. It included dogfights in space, large scale reenactme...

“Love is Blind,” My New Guilty Pleasure

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MARCOS MEMBRENO, STAFF WRITER

March 24, 2020

As the old saying goes, “love is blind,” and some couple’s swear to this. However, this show takes that phrase and turns it into reality. “Love is Blind” is one of many new reality shows that Netflix has released this year. It is a “finding your true love” type show, but there is a catch...

Justin Beiber’s “Changes”: An Album of Mixed Emotions

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AMY-RUTH GYANG, STAFF WRITER

March 24, 2020

Justin Beiber’s “Changes”: An Album of Mixed Emotions “Changes,” Justin Beiber’s first pop album in four years, is definitely a big change from previous albums. When Beiber released his debut album “My World 2.0,” in 2010, he was a shy 16-year-old with a large Belieber fan base, but...

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