BY GABI ISENBERG – Online learning. It’s a phrase that’s been heard a lot this year. Whether containing complaints or sympathy, it’s been mentioned in conversations all over the globe. Some people argue that public school teachers are not qualified to teach online and they’re not giving it their all. The truth is, however, that … More Why to thank a teacher
By CONNOR ROHLF – It’s impossible not to notice the effects that COVID-19 has had on our community, our state, our country, and even the world. COVID-19, however, is not as widespread as the flu. According to the Center for Disease Control, its estimate for flu illnesses in the United States from October 1, 2019 … More Why did the country close over COVID-19 and not the flu?
By MORGAN ADAMSON – Ah, summer, beautiful, beautiful, summer. The time where we get to have fun, there’s no school, the weather’s nice, we get to be outside. That might all come to a screeching halt because of the global condition happening right now. Will we even have a summer? The question we’re all asking is–will … More Isolation Vacation?
By MORGAN ADAMSON – As everyone knows, due to the national emergency, we are experiencing online school instead of real school. Many students enjoy this, being able to do the work whenever, wherever, and while doing other things. Many students, on the other hand, are not a fan of online schooling. There are many upsides to … More Real Classroom or Google Classroom?
By MORGAN ADAMSON – During the coronavirus epidemic, we are strongly advised to stay away from other people that aren’t your immediate family. Many people may be missing their friends, other family, or even colleagues. So, how can we be together, alone? One way to keep in touch with others without actually touching is to FaceTime, … More How to Stay Connected, Alone
By LIZZY VILLA — Home quarantine gets boring fast. There is only so long a person can stay inside with three or more other living things. After a while, the house starts getting smaller and smaller, the doors get farther and farther away, and the people’s voices are getting even more annoying. There are so … More The Upside of Home Quarantine
By FIONA MCQUAIDE – As a generation without much experience in the sort of problems, we are discovering currently, Gen Z’s are just sort of lost in this whole politics thing. Now, some of the kids/teenagers in the junior high this age read the paper newspaper, like the Indiana Gazette… most of them do not. So, … More Who Knows News?
By ABIGAIL DE SALVO – The United States has been involved in many wars throughout history, and is known as the elite country when it comes to war. For nearly two decades now, we have been at war in Afghanistan. The war started on October 7, 2001, and is still going on today. It is … More Is the end in sight?
By MORGAN ADAMSON –Antarctica… known for its snow, wind, and ice. Judging by the continent’s changes, could that generalization soon come to a fiery end? Recently, the icy continent hit its record high temperature. Measuring in at 69.35 °F, temperatures growing in the area are not bizarre. “This is a record from only a single … More Will we go from snow suit to swim suit?
BY IZZY YUHA– On September 25, 2019, North Korea tested a missile that challenged President Trump’s vision of denuclearization. Life in North Korea isn’t what an American middle class citizen would call a happy life. In North Korea, many people live in poverty on the outskirts of the cities. Not only that, their mobile phones … More North Korea offers limited freedom and worrisome risks