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The Wonderful World of Online Teaching

Mr. Edwards, French Teacher December 23, 2020

   Ah, the joys of teaching during COVID-19! Every morning I wake with a smile eager to greet my students’ avatars. Since their cameras don’t work, I only see Marvel characters, team logos, wolves,...

Greedy Grinches

December 15, 2020

   The greatest sin, I believe, lies not in greed, nor in lust, nor even pride; it lies in dark recesses of corrupt minds who further the appreciation of Christmas music before Thanksgiving has concluded.     We...

Rallies Held Without Face Masks

Edith Ferrer, Staff Writer/ Photographer December 15, 2020

The rally held by President Trump was the biggest event compared to any of the national events. Masks were optional and during the event nobody within the crowd maintained the required six feet distancing....

Curing Covid

Curing Covid

Bodie Bronson , Staff Writer December 15, 2020

   As we begin to move into the final month of 2020, promising breakthroughs regarding Covid-19 vaccination progress have been made. These breakthroughs were thanks to the companies Pfizer and Moderna,...

Uncertainty Shakes the Senate

Uncertainty Shakes the Senate

Bodie Bronson , Staff Writer December 15, 2020

  On January 5th, an ultimate decision will be formulated by the persons residing in the state of Georgia: The senate runoff election.     The decision will determine if Senators David Perdue...

A Link to the Stars

A Link to the Stars

Jacob Boyd, OP/ED Editor December 15, 2020

   Elon Musk, currently the second-richest American alive, has recently initiated another celestial mission by his most profitable company, SpaceX. This mission, known as the Starlink Mission, involved...

Nightmare Before Christmas

Olivia Frazier, Staff Writer December 15, 2020

   The Disney animated classic The Nightmare Before Christmas is heavily debated over which holiday it belongs to. Contrary to the mention of Christmas in the title, it is a Halloween movie.     The...

Democracy through Mail-In Voting

Democracy through Mail-In Voting

Leilani Pongco, Staff Writer/Photographer November 16, 2020

   Rumors and controversy have surrounded both sides' opinions of mail-in voting and in-person voting. As a moderate Democrat, I believe mail-in voting should be  used as a safety option in order to...

Peril at the Prop Polls

Bodie Bronson, Staff Writer November 16, 2020

  In the wake of a rocky election day, we find ourselves faced with less than favorable proposition results.     Proposition 15 would have re- written commercial property tax laws, in an effort...

A Multi Day Election

Bodie Bronson, Staff Writer November 16, 2020

   In an election predicted to be one sided for former Vice President Joe Biden, we instead find a harshly contested battleground, composed of Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Nevada...

Get Out and Vote!

Nick Mascaro, Co Editor-in-Chief, Focus Editor November 16, 2020

   The unprecedented times we have faced in 2020 have translated to mixed opinions in methods of voting.  Some argue that mail-in voting is the best method due to concerns over COVID-19.  However,...

Cut the Cameras

Olivia Frazier, Staff Writer November 16, 2020

 Due to COVID-19, classes were moved online early this school year. Students and teachers adjusted accordingly; a transition that was difficult for most. On October 15th, students were allowed back on...

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