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Seniors consider gap year instead of college due to the CoronaVirus

Kendall Peterson and Maggie Inglesby

June 5, 2020

Senior Tanner Drew was anxious to receive an announcement from the University of Virginia on its plans for the next school year, as she is contemplating on whether or not to attend next fall. Drew said, “I don’t think that...

Students find new hobbies during quarantine

Sarah Olander

June 4, 2020

With the unexpected change in life due to COVID-19, many people are finding new ways to pass their time. Some are finding comfort in new hobbies while others are enjoying reading or TV shows with all their extra time. Senior...

Students deal with riots as a part of everyday life

Lianna Arenas

June 4, 2020

Senior Tanner Drew drove by Atlantic Avenue the day after Sunday night’s protest at the Oceanfront on her way to work. Within two blocks, Drew saw four broken windows and barriers around the area from the aftermath. With the...

Selfish or selfless? A decision many are failing to make correctly

Abby Hendrickson

June 4, 2020

Hello all. I sincerely hope everyone is staying safe and continuing the practice of social distancing during these hard and confusing times. If not, consider this your reality check.   These times are simply put...insane....

Outer banks becomes popular on Netflix

Dylan Stanford

June 4, 2020

**SPOILERS** When someone hears the words “the Outer Banks,” the image of oceans and cute towns along the coast of North Carolina often pop into mind. But if you utter these words to anyone who has had Netflix and wi-fi...

Jerry Seinfeld’s 23 Hours to Kill is an Easy Watch

Olivia Brightbill, Staff Writer

June 1, 2020

By Olivia Brightbill Jerry Seinfeld marks return to stand-up with new, Netflix comedy special 23 Hours to Kill. While there are some questionable moments, for the most part it is a pretty solid comedy set. I was surprised his quirky manner...

“Stuck With U” is stuck in my head

Cassidy Davenport, Staff Writer

June 1, 2020

By Cassidy Davenport Amid the crisis of coronavirus, music artists are still managing to create and produce songs for all the people at home to listen to, including Ariana Grande and Justin Beiber who came out with a new sing...

Covering up COVID-19 fear with productivity

Ana Costanzo, Staff Writer

June 1, 2020

By Ana Costanzo While my grandmother remained isolated in a retirement home enjoying the luxury of pre-baked meals and friendly liaisons with the communal buildings less than a mile from her condominium, I became keen as to how...

CoranaVirus causes uncertainty if students will return to campus in the fall

Emma Niland

June 1, 2020

This time of the year is typically spent getting excited to graduate and go to college in the fall. Students are typically eager to finish their exams and attend countless graduation parties to start off their last summer before...

Netflix’s dramedy “Never Have I Ever” brings a comical look into a high schooler’s drama-filled life

William Toner, Staff Writer

June 1, 2020

By William Toner While we’re all stuck in our houses we’ve all been looking for something new to watch seemingly everyday. One of Netflix’s newest shows is perfect for us high school teens. The new dramedy Never Have...

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