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What happens when Zoom takes over the academic year?
by Tala Kamil | staff writer This academic year, students had the option to either join Zoom classes, be asynchronous, or go back to learning in-person.  “When this year started, I never expected any of what was going to happen. I thought that (More)
Let the games begin: Senior Assassin
Senior Assassin is held annually by Johnson’s own students. The game is played off-campus, with the premise being to “assassinate” your target player by shooting them with a water gun. The winners of Senior Assassin will split a cash prize at the end (More)
Delays underway after city-wide snow-in
by Joseph Sweeney | editor-in-chief On the morning of Monday, Feb. 15, students woke up for a day of asynchronous learning amid winter storms. Little did they know that the snow would continue to fall, and the remainder of that school week would b (More)
Congresswoman encourages voting with video game
Lauryn Chavez | staff writer On October 21 recognized congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, played the popular “Among Us” game on “Twitch” (a video live streaming service) to promote voting in this year’s 2020 election.  Alexandria Ocasio-Cor (More)
Communities are spreading positivity through painted rocks
Lauryn Hughes | arts editor With the coronavirus keeping everyone at home there are new things that people are doing to help spread joy to others around them without getting too close to them. One of the newest things that have been noticed around (More)
A way to help others in times like these
by Ella Wisely | staff writer A community should come together and help those in need or for pure enjoyment. Since quarantine started, there has been some opportunities to help around the house or give to local organizations.  “First I have bee (More)
Where to turn when you want accurate information
by Tala Kamil | staff editor Trying to find accurate information concerning the coronavirus can be hard, especially when you might need to update others. However, there are a few websites that can do just the trick.  “I use More)
Students feel economic crunch in their own way, face uncertainty
Due to COVID-19 Grand Donuts had to resort to only allowing customers thru the drive-thru Eric Ma (More)
Making the most of unlimited free time in quarantine
by Emma Fischer| feature editor Quarantine has opened up more free time than students care to admit, and although some students are taking this time to get ahead on work or play video games or stay up until three in the morning watching tiktoks, s (More)
NEISD under governor's orders; closed until May 4
by Ella Wisely | staff writer Following a one week extension of spring break, followed by more weeks are closure by local entities, all Texas schools are now ordered closed by Governor Greg Abbot until May 4.  “Our district is following Governo (More)
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