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COVID-19: One Year Later

COVID-19: One Year Later

Morgan Herriott, Print Managing Editor
April 13, 2021
At the Chinese Friendship Gate in downtown Philadelphia, Asian Americans are  worried about the increased number of hate crimes due to COVID-19.

Stop the Pandemic of Hate

Ava Albracht, Features Editor
April 9, 2021
Missouri citizens rally outside of Missouri state capitol building in Jefferson City, MO in support of raising the minimum wage.

Raise The Minimum Wage

Ava Albracht, Features Editor
March 11, 2021
Teachers are the backbone to the advancement and education of the country's citizens. So why are they paid as if they aren't?

Breaking News: Teachers Deserve Better

Grace Hills, Social Media Coordinator
March 2, 2021
Libraries, once revered and essential institutions, are struggling to adapt with an increasingly digital age.

Not the Time to Turn the Page

Morgan Herriott, Print Managing Editor
February 26, 2021
Spring break runs from March 15 to March 19 this year, but the CDC is encouraging people not to travel.

Stop Spring Breaking

Madeline Hammett, Print Co-Editor-In-Chief
February 17, 2021
While herd immunity is an effective solution to combatting the spread of other diseases, it is not the answer to fighting the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Herd Immunity: A False Promise

Morgan Herriott, Print Managing Editor
February 3, 2021
AP encourages students to prepare and start preparing for the May exams on the AP College Board portal.

AP Courses, Testing Changes and COVID-19

Madeline Hammett, Print Co-Editor-In-Chief
January 25, 2021
Photo via Jill Toyoshiba, MCT Campus

The (Next) Most Dangerous Game

Avery Brundige, Print Co Editor-in-Chief
January 23, 2021
A White House staff member, left, tries to take away the microphone from CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta during an exchange with President Donald Trump on Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018, in Washington, D.C. (Oliver Contreras/Sipa USA/TNS)

Uncensor the Media

Morgan Herriott, Print Managing Editor
January 12, 2021
Participant in COVID-19 vaccine study has blood drawn on Aug. 7, 2020 at Research Centers of America in Hollywood.

Mandate the Vaccine

Ava Albracht, Features Editor
January 7, 2021
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