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Cancelled prom gives way to privately hosted events
by Joseph Sweeney | editor-in-chief Campus administration has announced there will be no prom for the 2021 school year. “All spring we’ve been trying to find a place to hold the number of people, fit all the safety criteria that exists locally (More)
Students staying strong even though typically important events cancelled
Sebastian Lucumi - Staff writer  With Covid-19 quarantine in full effect, many events students looked forward to are now cancelled or postponed. However, with all the surplus time granted, students are finding creative ways to entertain themselves (More)
Coronavirus is changing senior year plans
Lauryn Hughes | arts editor When school let out for spring break on March 6, no one would have expected that was potentially the last day of school.  From moving classes and sports events to senior sunset, prom and possibly graduation being cancel (More)
COVID-19 Leads to Prom Cancellation
After Mayor Ron Nirenburg prohibited gatherings of more than 10 people in an effort to stop the spread of Coronavirus, prom, which was going to be held on April 4, was cancelled. Now, with the new “stay at home” rule and the extension of school closu (More)
School year shift impacts graduation, other important dates
Elly Beauchamp | editor-in-chief Graduation has been moved to May 31 this year, causing other dates throughout the semester to shift backwards one week or more.  A majority of the changes are due to the availability of venues for events like gr (More)
Prom tickets: grab em' while they're hot
Lauren Loveless | staff writer However much fun perusing prom dresses and getting a group of friends together is, it means nothing if you don’t purchase a prom ticket. Ticket sales will be going on from March 5 to April 12 and will be available fo (More)
Juniors, seniors already counting down to April prom
by Lauryn Chavez | Staff Writer Prom is still a few months away, yet many students are already preparing for it. From dress shopping to buying decorations people are already ready to make this year’s Prom experience one to remember. Students are n (More)
Alternatives for prom night that still make it special
by Michelle Brooks | sports editor For most students, prom night can be the most spectacular and anticipated night of high school. Some view it as a magical dance spent with your closest friends among the senior and junior class, while others may (More)
15 thoughts you have while getting ready for prom
by Courtney Smith | Editor in Chief Prom is a signature element in the American high school experience. The right of passage dance is one of the few events in your life where you spend five times as long as usual getting ready to dance in a room f (More)
Why no one should post promposal pics this year
by Aleeha Shah | News Editor As soon as second semester begins, upperclassmen only have one thing on their minds: prom. Most of them spend so much time dreaming about their ‘magical’ night. They will wear the perfect dress, have the perfect date, (More)
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