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The need for a shared vision

Roman Sergi, Sports Editor Dec 3, 2020

It's unescapable. Seemingly every day, even every hour someone or something mentions the coronavirus. A year since the first case, it is still a global problem, revealing the failure of our government. Totaling...

Unprecedented performance for unprecedented times

Aaron Moffett, Staff Writer Sep 14, 2020
Amidst a pandemic MTV somehow made a performance driven award show without a crowd of thousands cheering for their favorite artists.
Why we need to stop hoarding

Why we need to stop hoarding

Grace Caspino, Staff Writer May 14, 2020

We've all walked into super markets and seen the empty aisles. The once full shelves are now completely picked over from hoarders coming in to over stock on supplies. Items such as canned food, cleaning...

6 feet apart

Katherine Eli, Staff Writer May 8, 2020

As the number of Corona Virus cases spread throughout the country, the CDC as well as many other health organizations have recommended a new procedure to lessen the chances of being exposed Getting...

Pros and cons of online learning

Pros and cons of online learning

Julia Furtado, Arts & Entertainment Editor May 8, 2020

At one point or another, every student wishes that they could forget about school and live in a never-ending summer break. With online learning, it's easier to feel like you're on a vacation rather than...

Students imagine an online graduation considering the effect of coronavirus on an in-person one. Students didnt know mid-March was their last day of traditional high school.

Coronavirus cancels senior year

Megan Plocher, Staff Writer May 1, 2020
 In mid-March students received instructions to leave school not knowing it would be their last day of high school. The coronavirus pandemic caused an emotional and unconventional second semester for many high school seniors who are focused on milestones such as graduation, prom and sporting events.

50 things to do in quarantine

Emily Freeborn, Web Editor-in-Chief Apr 27, 2020

1.     Do your chores. Do the thing you neglected most back when you were in school: your chores. Take this time as an opportunity to give back to your household. 2.     Learn a new skill. Whether...

The reality of remote learning

Alex Vallone, Managing Editor Apr 15, 2020

Transitioning to online school hasn’t been an easy task for students and teachers alike. While teachers scramble to put together lesson plans to allow students to learn from home, students cope with...

Paw-fect quarantine

Evelyn Driscoll, Print Editor-in-Chief Apr 15, 2020

There's one thing that can instantly brighten your tiring and long day: your dog. Your dog is always there waiting for you when you come home from school and extracurricular activities. Quarantine, a constricting...

Quick and healthy at-home recipes

Quick and healthy at-home recipes

Katherine Eli, Staff Writer Mar 29, 2020

Try these tips to maintain health during quarantine.

Switch to online school

Evelyn Driscoll and Devon Nguyen Mar 26, 2020

SMCHS announced a schoolwide switch to online One-to-One learning on March 13 in response to the World Health Organization's (WHO) designation of the coronavirus as pandemic two days prior. Remote...

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