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Zoom isn’t suitable for online teaching

Kenzie Krcelic, Staff Writer

April 6, 2020

Due to the current circumstances regarding COVID-19, students will not be returning to school until May 1 and will be resuming current classes online. Many teachers are leaning towards the live lesson option and are using Zoom, a conferencing app that combines video, chatting, and collaboration. Let anoth...

Small businesses matter, especially now

Small businesses matter, especially now

Jaylen Stasio, Staff Writer

April 3, 2020

COVID-19 has served as a nuisance to all of the world for the past month. Not only does it affect health but it also affects our economy, especially small businesses. Instead of worrying about chain companies, the real places you should be supporting are local restaurants. Yes, I understand that you...

RHS flag football earned the Nike sponsor

RHS flag football earned the Nike sponsor

Lindsey Chadwick, staff writer

March 30, 2020

As many already know, Robinson flag football got sponsored by Nike this year. I have heard many people say “how come flag football gets all this stuff for free” or “I wish we got all that stuff”. Nike may have sponsored and given Robinson flag football Nike clothing and gear at no monetary cost...

We all need to eLearn how to work together

We all need to eLearn how to work together

Nicole Perdigon, Print Managing Editor

March 30, 2020

With the beginning of the first official week of eLearning, teachers have taken various approaches to this new challenge, but the school system is lacking structure. I don’t want to blame teachers because I believe that they are learning how to approach online schooling as much as we are, however the ...

You have to stay productive

You have to stay productive

Morgan Brazier, Editor-in-chief

March 27, 2020

Over the past two weeks, we have seen the world change with astonishing speed thanks to COVID-19. First, there was global panic as people depleted the store shelves of toilet paper and hand sanitizer, then we watched as our political leaders scrambled to guide us and now it seems the dust has settled...

Shonda Rhimes ruined Dr. Alex Karev

Shonda Rhimes ruined Dr. Alex Karev

Kenzie Krcelic, Staff Writer

March 23, 2020

If you log onto Twitter right now, almost every single Grey’s Anatomy fan called a ‘Code Blue’ over how fast Shonda Rhimes, writer and producer, just threw one of the show’s most beloved characters, Dr. Alex Karev, down the drain. If you’re one of the people still watching Grey’s, you...

Disney’s gay representation isn’t enough

Disney’s gay representation isn’t enough

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor, Multimedia Editor

March 13, 2020

If I have to see another "Disney's first gay character" headline I'm going to scream. That line appears like clockwork nearly every time Disney releases a movie, whether it was because of the 0.1 second kiss scene in the very background of Star Wars: The Last Skywalker, or the possible lesbian moms fro...

Throwing in the towel won’t do you any good

Lindsey Chadwick, Staff Writer

March 13, 2020

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Politics shouldn’t divide us

Politics shouldn’t divide us

Anna Woodward, Online Managing Editor

February 14, 2020

We've gotten to the point where politics have caused rifts, generalizations and judgement. In a country where we need to work together to achieve a better United States, politics are increasingly turning us against each other. It's 2020, which means that politics are on steroids. With the upcoming...

The media’s mismanagement of tragedy

Jack Kirk, Sports Editor

February 1, 2020

When tragedy strikes as it did on Jan 26, when NBA legend Kobe Bryant passed away in a helicopter crash that took nine lives, including his 13-year old daughter Gianna, there is a certain expectation for the media to hold ethical standards and get the correct information out to the public. But, as happened...

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