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Many social media influencers have broken COVID-19 guidelines by traveling unsafely or hosting parties and crowded gatherings.

A&E: Celebrities’ and influencers’ hypocrisy with COVID-19 regulations upsets many students

Sarah Olson February 19, 2021

Some celebrities evidently do not have qualms about breaking coronavirus regulations. As part of the effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, many students have been social distancing for the last...

DISTANCE LEARNING: The valley of talkers and lurkers: Students discuss their distance learning habits

DISTANCE LEARNING: The valley of talkers and lurkers: Students discuss their distance learning habits

Karleigh Osenbaugh February 19, 2021

Before the pandemic, attending school on campus allowed students and teachers to interact freely without the barrier of a screen. Due to distance learning, there has been a disconnect between how different...

DISTANCE LEARNING: Students and teachers reflect on the first semester of distance learning: STUDENTS

Zianna Razon February 19, 2021

Every weekday morning, students wake up to the light of their computer screens and take a seat in their virtual classrooms. As SCHS students enter their second semester of school online, some are reflecting...

SPOTLIGHT: SCHS students discuss various gaming setups

SPOTLIGHT: SCHS students discuss various gaming setups

Soo Jin Spencer February 19, 2021

In a world of isolation, some SCHS students have turned to video gaming as a way to virtually hang out with their friends. Diving headfirst into the versatile gaming world, many are discovering different...

OPINION: The problem with blind political affiliation

Soo Jin Spencer February 19, 2021

Just two months into the new year, 2021 is already politically distinguished and arguably historic. Following Joe Biden’s inauguration and the recent Capitol Hill riots, many have turned to social...

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February 2021