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Quarantine fatigue: staff picks for staying busy during lockdown

Tarren Harris, Marley Gardner, Sasha Albright, and Ian Feld

May 17, 2020

Despite the tough times, our staff has been keeping busy and has a few activities to offer anyone struggling with isolation-induced boredome. From Tarren Harris: Many people think you need to be Vincent Van Gogh or William H...

Seniors mourn the loss of final spring sports season

Grace Klein, Web Editor

April 24, 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic worsens in the U.S., thousands of seniors in high school who are athletes find themselves dealing with the reality of an abrupt ending to their high school athletic career. As one of the many who are deal...

Coronavirus: facts vs fiction

Marley Gardner, Staff Writer

April 24, 2020

In this age of social media, it’s easy for rumors to spread. Every big news story comes with a number of them, so there’s no surprise that the biggest news story in generations is surrounded by myths.   Myth: Bl...

A day in the life of a student during new distance learning

Sasha Albright, Staff Writer

April 24, 2020

In mid-March, students throughout the U.S. were informed that schools would be closed and a new form of learning would start. Just after spring break, U. City students began to experience distance learning, and assignments were ...

Keeping positive during the Coronavirus pandemic

Ian Feld, Co-Editor

April 12, 2020

Now more than ever, it’s really easy to get caught up in the negatives. We sit at home, bored and isolated, longing to see the people we care about outside of our immediate families. This is not a period of time in which life ...

America is playing catch-up in the Coronavirus pandemic

Eliot Fuller, Co-Editor

March 20, 2020

The United States of America is often described as one of the best countries in the world. We are incredibly wealthy, have a highly advanced economy and boast the strongest military in the world. We put a man on the moon, fough...

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