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Why, Kevin Cash?

Kevin Cash yanks Snell out of the game at the bottom on the sixth inning, ultimately costing the Rays the game.
Hanna Malone, Sports Editor November 18, 2020
The decision to yank Snell out of the game was ill-thought-out, upsetting both fans and the team as the Dodgers ended up coming back and beating the Rays 3-1, effectively putting an end to this year's season.

Edsby is one step ahead

The Canvas homepage, displaying classes, a to-do list and more.
Sarai Cochran, Staff Writer November 10, 2020

From 2016 to early 2020, Edsby is what I've used to navigate, update and observe my grades. Since the beginning of the school year, Canvas has taken its place because of COVID-19, which has been a battle...

COVID-19 isn’t over just because you’re over it

Adriana Navarrete ('23)(left), Celeste Lara ('23)(back) and Ava LeClair ('23) wearing masks in a classroom while socially distanced.
Zoe Thaxton, Staff Writer October 28, 2020

COVID-19 has raged on in the United States for months since March, and it doesn't appear to be coming to a complete stop anytime soon. As a society, we have adapted and changed many things about our daily...

Don’t replace RBG until after the election

A headshot of Ginsburg during her time as a Supreme Court Justice.
Olivia Godinez, Opinion Editor October 23, 2020

The untimely death of American Justice icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a shock to all, but it doesn't have to be a step in the wrong direction. Justice Ginsburg was a stepping stone for women's rights...

Spirit week upgraded from 2019

Last week, SGA announced the themes for this year's spirit week on Instagram.
Meena Vasquez, A&E Editor October 23, 2020

This year for spirit week, I finally got the traditions I missed from last year, and the lineup is one of my favorites. For Monday, we have an average Jersey day. Just wear a Jersey. Point blank. Although...

Let COVID-19 change your life

President Donald Trump's tweet about the coronavirus, showing off his privilege.
Amelia Foster, Print Managing Editor October 12, 2020

COVID-19 in America is inescapable. 200 thousand people are dead. Supplies have fluctuated between sparse and plentiful. Movie theaters are dead and so was the economy for a while. Some restaurants have...

The Confederate flag has no place in today’s society

The Confederate flag has no room to be flown in today's society.
Zoe Thaxton, Staff Writer October 12, 2020

Living in a state that is technically considered part of the south or just driving through some southern states, I've seen plenty of Confederate flags waving in the air or passing by someone wearing it....

Teachers, let us get off Zoom

Teachers, let us get off Zoom
Meena Vasquez, A&E Editor October 2, 2020

Online school is a pain, I know. It's hard to adjust to technology when your original job consisted of minimal technology in the first place. But teachers, I cannot sit on a Zoom call for seven hours a...

This is not the election to vote third party

A graphic illustration depicting a person questioning who they will vote for.
Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief September 25, 2020

As the election gets closer, there are more and more implications and encouragement regarding voting. Despite Trump and Biden taking the spotlight as candidates, third parties still reign a force that...

The new Oscars diversity rules are performative

The new standards for eligibility for nomination for Best Picture, as released by the Academy Awards.
Amelia Foster, Print Managing Editor September 17, 2020

The Academy Awards claim that their mission is to uphold excellence and inspire imagination in the film scene, yet their award show is predictable every year with nominees centered around cishet (cisgender,...

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