Wakanda Forever

Wakanda Forever

Olivia Layton, Author

September 18, 2020

Recently there has been a tragic death within the Marvel Universe family. Chadwick Aaron Boseman, the amazing actor that brought us “Black Panther” and many other magnificent films, passed away on Aug. 28, 2020 at the age of 43 due to complications involving colon cancer. Boseman had been dealing ...

The Great Endumbening

The brain and its decline

Bladyn Glass, Author

September 10, 2020

It is to nobody's surprise that American IQ is dropping along with the rest of the world. Few may even call it: “The Great Endumbening,” quote the title. While some countries are actually experiencing growth in IQ, per say third world countries, most of the first world countries are actually dropping...

Chaos in Kenosha

Chaos in Kenosha

Karisa Bowers, Section Editor

September 9, 2020

Do you like to scroll through social media, listen to the radio, or watch the news often? If so, then you have most likely stumbled upon the recent activities going on in Kenosha. Kenosha is a city in Wisconsin located on Lake Michigan. It is usually a relatively quiet and peaceful town, however, that...

Will School Survive?

Will School Survive?

Kayla Weekley, Author

September 9, 2020

Since the beginning of March life for students attending school has been extremely different. From finishing out the school year of 2020 online, to starting the new 2021 school year in the classroom, the big question that is floating around is will school survive?     When and How will School Reop...

Cognitive Decline In The 2020 Election

Larry Kendall, Author

September 9, 2020

The American people have been asking whether either candidate is fit to run the country, so today you will have an answer. Before judging the mental fitness of both candidates, let's be sure to understand what cognitive decline is and how it could impact the presidency. Cognitive decline can be described...

Gen Z: What You Need to Know About Your Future

Gen Z protesting and supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.

Emma Ashcraft, Author

September 8, 2020

The world as we know it is changing before our very eyes, and so are the people in it. Especially Generation Z, one of the largest and most diverse generations there is, apart from Baby Boomers. Gen Z has thrown out many previous traditional views on politics, gender identity, and life as we know...

COVID: The New Normal?

COVID: The New Normal?

Rilea Waite, Author

September 4, 2020

It's been about six months since the whole world practically shut down from the worldwide pandemic known as COVID-19. As of now, worldwide, there are about 24 million cases and counting. With students of all ages returning to school amongst such hectic changes, we can't help but wonder, "What will be...

Mental Health vs Coronavirus

Mental Health vs Coronavirus

Lindsay Longworth, Author

September 3, 2020

Coronavirus has been affecting everyone differently. From the people who are getting sick to all the employees who recently lost their jobs. COVID-19 has caused so many people to feel many different emotions all at once: anger, anxiety, depression, and fear. According to the KFF's (Kaiser Family Foundat...

Joseph Lowery

https://www.dailysabah.com/world/americas/leader-of-us-civil-rights-movement-joseph-lowery-dies-at-98

Karisa Bowers, Author

May 9, 2020

If you've been watching the news or listening to the radio lately you may have heard that a man by the name of Joseph Lowery passed recently, but did you know who this man was? Joseph Lowery was born on October 6th, 1921 in Huntsville, Alabama to LeRoy and Dora Lowery. As a teenager, he didn't experience ...

Playlist for Seniors!

Spotify logo. Credit to Google Images.

Hunter Dishon, Editor

May 9, 2020

This is a playlist for all seniors, before and after our graduating class of 2020, although I made this playlist with my friends in hopes that it tells the story of our 2020 school year. These are songs that were frequently played during our school year, our graduation song, and songs that I believe...

The Better Side of the Coronavirus

The Better Side of the Coronavirus

Ally Perkins, Author

April 16, 2020

The Coronavirus has taken the world by storm, upturning lives and shutting down entire countries. The devastation of the pandemic has spanned across nations and boundaries, killing thousands of people, and these numbers rise everyday. High School State tournaments were cancelled, schools were closed,...

One more way the world wasn’t prepared for coronavirus: Air pollution

Pollution levels in China in 2019, left, and 2020, right.

Margaret Selegue

March 27, 2020

The corona virus pandemic is changing everything — including the quality of the air we breathe. In three corona virus hotspots, satellite imagery revealed a dramatic decline in air pollution in recent weeks as China, Italy, and Iran were brought to a standstill. One Stanford scientist estimated t...

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