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Living through a worldwide pandemic

Callan Maher, Staff Writer

April 8, 2020

When I started my sophomore year of high school, I never imagined it ending with a worldwide pandemic. When news about the COVID-19 virus first started it had a minimal effect on my life, now 4 months later I cannot lea...

How corona is effecting the community

Sophia Sgourakis

April 3, 2020

As young journalists, it is our job to report on these historical times in our lives. Right now, we are living through history that our own kids will learn about during history class. It is important to document what our liv...

Senior year is tanking

Grace Turner

April 3, 2020

Senior year is supposed to be the year of making as many memories with high school friends as possible before leaving for college. However, this year, it seems that seniors will not be having the opportunity to make those last-minute me...

My life with corona

April 3, 2020

Wow, what a time we’re living in. I never thought I would experience something as dramatic as the corona outbreak in my lifetime. This is the type of worldwide event you only read about or see in science fiction movies, not someth...

Quarantine thoughts

April 3, 2020

It is currently day 11 of COVID-19 quarantine, and nothing too interesting to report. I’ve been able to keep myself quite busy. I’ve written a play, learned a few songs on the ukulele, read plays, and kept up with my studies....

quaranTHINGS

April 1, 2020

I never thought I would miss school. It’s the end of my senior year and I should be glad that it’s over. But I’m not, because it’s over too soon. The rest of my senior year was robbed from me by COVID-19. I’m not goi...

Our Feelings are Valid

Brianna Collins, staff writer

April 1, 2020

Why, as a society, do we try to make everything a competition? Every time somebody mentions that they’re sad about something, there is always somebody invalidating their feelings by pointing out that other people have it worse...

College not necessary

Brianna Collins, staff writer

April 1, 2020

Is college necessary? As graduation approaches and everybody’s deciding on a school, that question begins to surface. Why do high schools make college seem like the only option there is after graduation? Central, for example, only ever encourages college...

Living with two moms not different

Brianna Collins, Staff Writer

April 1, 2020

When I was born, I had a mom and a dad as most children do. They got married when I was three but divorced in 2010. In 2011, my mom reconnected with her best friend from high school named PJ who happens to be a woman. Shortly after, ...

Life in quarantine

Livia Ziskey, Staff Writer

March 30, 2020

Wow, what a time we’re living in. I never thought I would experience something as dramatic as the corona outbreak in my lifetime. This is the type of worldwide event you only read about or see in science fiction movies, not someth...

The correct way to stretch

Livia Ziskey, Staff Writer

March 30, 2020

Physical activity comes with many benefits. Exercise can make one feel happier, increase energy levels, reduce risk of chronic illness and help with weight loss, among other things. Everyone should incorporate fitness into their daily lives. However, ...

College letters to high schoolers become excessive

Mackenzie Coughlin, Staff Writer

March 27, 2020

It is no secret to any high school student that their mailbox is being flooded with college letters that are attempting to gain them as a student. Colleges from around the country send at least one, if not multiple, letters to...

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