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LeBron James is the GOAT

Ryan Flavin, Staff Writer
November 24, 2020

LeBron's most recent championship win with the L.A. Lakers has brought up the question yet again, is he the greatest basketball player of all time? LeBron is definitely the G.O.A.T, and this last championship just proves it even more. Growing up LeBron was the most hyped up basketball player in the world. ESPN was showing his high school basketball games on TV, that is how dominant he was. He...

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The New Norm

November 24, 2020

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How COVID-19 impacts our faith

November 23, 2020

Looking to God during difficult or troubling times is hard to do for some people who may not look for his guidance regularly. All the negativity coming from COVID-19 creates stress and unwanted thoughts for many people. It has not just impacted our faith lives, it has impacted everyone’s entire life as a whole. For so long, the followers of Christianity have used traditional methods to meet through...

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Remote learning will eliminate snow days

Jack Venneman, Web Editor
November 23, 2020

You flush ice cubes down the toilet, put a spoon under your pillow, and keep your fingers crossed. You wait anxiously for the two words that every student loves to hear, “snow day!” Unfortunately, students may not be hearing those words very often anymore. With new remote learning procedures on the rise at every school in America, every student's favorite day, a snow day, may be in jeopardy. Everyone...

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Many colleges moving to test-optional admission

Michael Dolan, Staff Writer
November 23, 2020

The majority of U.S. colleges and universities have decided to make the SAT and ACT optional for admission in the fall of 2021, some on a temporary basis, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has sped up the trend for colleges to become test optional. “It’s definitely warranted because most students have had trouble accessing a test or preparation for it,” College Advisor...

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“And we’re live!”

Jack Venneman, Web Editor
November 20, 2020

Juggling the stress of spending time with family, friends, or on homework may sound like more than enough for some people in high school. But for this student, adding something else to those three main things is something others may not think of at first. It requires consistency, positivity, and determination to gain recognition. Sophomore Kalle Evjen spends his time outside school live-streaming...

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