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Students rehearse Ola Over Broadway choreography outside of the classroom. They continued preparing for their performance scheduled to be released in January.

The Show Must Go On

Katie Castillo, Staff Writer
November 19, 2020
“Station Eleven” gives readers a glimpse of a world where everyone is fighting to survive. I found the book fitting to read right now because of the correspondence between the characters pandemic and ours.

The Pageturner: “Station Eleven” Mirrors Reality

Kortney Huggins, J1 Mentor and Student Life Editor
April 2, 2020
People are willing to wait in unreasonably long lines for an abundance of food, even across the globe in Norway. I’ve seen a lot of people hoarding food, I think it’s unnecessary, Sigvartsen said.

A Global Look at a Pandemic

Payton DiSario, Media & Sports Editor
April 2, 2020
To see my friends, I often have to call them over Group FaceTime. This used to not be possible, but Apple updated this feature in 2018.

Experiencing COVID-19 Together Alone

Payton DiSario, Media & Sports Editor
March 31, 2020
Fabio Martinez(right) and friends hang out before the pandemic. COVID-19 separated friends.

COVID-19 Travels Around The Globe

Maria Adams, Managing Editor
March 28, 2020
Students leave school and will not return until April 1, 2020. Dr. Mary Elizabeth Davis declared that all schools would be shut down for two weeks for cleaning and social distancing.

COVID-19 Prompts School Closures

Maria Adams, Managing Editor
March 18, 2020
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