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Empowering Others

Seniors Emily Mundle and Olivia Green made sweet notes and delivered them to friends houses.

Kierigan McEvoy, Web Assignments Editor

May 22, 2020

Nothing is more empowering than when people come together in the darkest of times to support each other’s small successes because they are a big deal and they do matter. It is life giving and satisfying when we take time to grow with others, even in a time where growth seems to have stopped; where li...

Kana Chung

Kana Chung

Kana Chung, Copy Editor

May 21, 2020

Having nothing but time on our hands is a foreign concept to our family. We used this newfound freedom to take to the garden that hadn’t been tended to in far too long. We hadn’t spent that kind of quality time together in a while, especially outdoors. A lot of the things that caught our eyes wer...

The Bright Side to eLearning

Online learning can be done in any setting at any time.

Natalie Walsh, Print Assignments Editor

May 21, 2020

Students and teachers alike have had to make major adjustments to their classroom setting. Transitioning from seeing each other during class and in the halls to virtual zooms and email communication hasn’t been easy. Any transition takes time to adjust to. After seven weeks of online learning, facul...

Kayla Reyes

Kayla Reyes

Kayla Reyes, Print Editor-in-Chief

May 19, 2020

I had these photos printed in December, but I still wasn’t sure what I wanted to use them for at that time. After a couple weeks of being stuck at home, I found myself missing my friends a whole lot. I decided to put the photos up on my wall so I can see my friends’ faces whenever I’m in my room...

Ty Nedungadi

Ty Nedungadi

Ty Nedungadi, Staff Reporter

May 19, 2020

Although quarantine stops us from going outside to see our friends, there are many alternatives to still have fun and spend time with them. For my friends and I, we spend late nights just messing around and playing games to have a good laugh all around. Whether it's trying to draw stupid pictures seen...

Isaiah Salin

A simple setup of ice cream and music enjoyment. Lots of new music has been released in the last few weeks.

Isaiah Salin, Design editor

May 18, 2020

Limiting school to 2-3 hours a day is really beneficial for mental health, allowing more time to talk to friends and enjoy hobbies everyday. Simple things such as playing listening to music makes the day go by much faster and is more enjoyable than being in physical school. Along with the fact that many m...

Andrew Houmes: A Day of Isolation

Andrew Houmes

May 18, 2020

This is what an average weekend day is like for me during the epidemic.

Athletic Enthusiasm

Athletic Enthusiasm

Grace Bahru, Staff Reporter

May 18, 2020

With spring sports being canceled athletes and coaches had to find new and innovative ways to keep the players in shape.

Grace Bahru

Grace Bahru

Grace Bahru, Staff Reporter

May 17, 2020

My ultimate go too has been none other than Netflix. I eat breakfast and watch Netflix, work out and watch Netflix, go to bed and watch Netflix. My days have been filled with endless binging and scrolling through Netflix.

Newly Found Comfort

Newly Found Comfort

Grace Bahru, Staff Reporter

May 17, 2020

 While being stuck at home can be an extremely difficult task, many people have found many different outlets to pass the time. For some that consists of working out, reading, watching Netflix, DIY projects, or online shopping.  Coming from going to the store whenever we please to being stuck at home is o...

The ABCs of Isolated Living

J-Jazelle:  My dog Jazelle is a constant staple in my everyday life. My dad and I take her on nightly walks, and she’s getting much more attention (and food) with everyone home all day.

May 16, 2020

With the epidemic and the isolation of social distancing, the world is extremely strange and new. Here are the ABCs of my life during these past chaotic weeks.

Sam Cole

Sam Cole

Sam Cole, Staff Photographer

May 15, 2020

With the onset of quarantine, many familiar settings that were once a source of rest are now becoming more of a passive prison. In spite of this, it is rejuvenating to explore the outdoors while maintaining parameters. When spring agrees to cooperate with warmer weather, my brother, Joe, and I walk our...

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