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Halloween and COVID-19
As Halloween approaches, many questions are raised, “What's the plan for Halloween and safety with COVID-19?” Is trick or treating going to continue as usual this year? Or will children have to make due with staying home this Halloween? Here's a r (More)
Pumpkin Spice Disease
The fall season brings so many wonderful things and new opportunities for companies to make a ton of money off of our love of pumpkin spice. Pumpkin spice has consumed the world with its greatness. Drink after drink. Dessert after dessert. But where (More)
Johnson band adds new director
by Katie Barton|staff writer As she leads the woodwind section through a warm-up, Julia Donnel stops conducting and begins to give details and things to focus on for the next exercise.  Donnel is Johnson’s new band director who came in after Alan (More)
Mulan remake faces calls for boycott among current events
by Joseph Sweeney | staff writer Disney has recently released their live-action adaptation of Mulan to the Disney+ platform, months after it was planned for release in late March and then delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Prior to this, boycot (More)
Suicide Prevention Month
Some of you might know the importance this month brings to people who struggle or have struggled with mental health and suicidal thoughts around the world. September is Suicide Prevention Month. Although, suicide prevention should be an everyday thin (More)
Senior parent creates community for graduating seniors via social media
Lauren Loveless | editor in chief Disappointed that senior year is coming to an unfortunate end, students nationwide are having to find creative ways to celebrate their high school career. However, feeling that seniors should not be alone in this (More)
Art helps relieve present stress
By Gisselle Washington | Big Stick Editor | “The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.” – Pablo Picasso In the times of COVID-19, it is good to remove yourself from environments of high stress and take a break from you (More)
After Covid-19, what will change?
by David Kent | staff writer Senior year is supposed to be the best year of high school, marking the entry into college and adulthood. However, instead of being able to enjoy her last year of high school, senior Lauren Loveless is stuck at home am (More)
2020 election takes backseat as COVID-19 spreads
Elly Beauchamp | editor in chief This Wednesday, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders dropped out of the race for the Democratic nomination against former Vice President, Joe Biden. The suspension of his campaign came suddenly, but he (More)
Saved by the Bell
By: Karina Varela On September 11, 2001, a plane crashed into the World Trade Center, causing more than 7,000 casualties overall. Officers, firefighters, and even strangers risked their lives to do whatever they could to save the lives of those lu (More)
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