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Homecoming festivities immune to pandemic

Remmington Moeller, Co-editor-in-chief

September 21, 2020

The past few months, the only thing crowned with the regard of a king has been the Coronavirus and the only dressing up has been in the form of masks. This week, however, students and staff alike are attempting at some degree...

Waiting for 9:55 for the hallways to open, students pack in by the lunchroom doors. The recommend 6 feet social distancing is no where to be seen and most students talking with their friends have the noses hanging out of their masks. With the CDC recommendations students across the nation are wearing masks to slow down the spread of Coivd-19.

We are not doing enough

September 14, 2020

Spreading joy, not germs

Spreading joy, not germs

September 11, 2020

A recipe for return

A recipe for return

August 24, 2020

Bigger Things to Come

Remmington Moeller, Editor-In-Chief

May 20, 2020

I’ve always been a journal writer. Somewhere between complex fiction writing and fast-paced news writing I find a place for the mundane; fleeting, sometimes in-cohesive thoughts captured between the pages of my journal. Naturally,...

Going out with a bang means more than you might know

Casey Berndt, Staff Reporter

May 19, 2020

Going out with a bang is what seniors look forward to their last year in high school. Doing so is difficult when you are behind a screen. Although, social media and the power it has, has come in handy in these difficult...

Going back to work creates anxiety

Julia Hess, Opinion Editor

May 15, 2020

Going back to work is terrifying. Every part of going outside is different.  Gloves, a mask, a lot of hand sanitizer are now the new normal and has changed the culture of the world. Instead of worrying about how I am going to ...

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