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8 Good Things In 2020

8 Good Things In 2020

Maisy Inlow, Staff Writer

April 21, 2020


Library Resources to Make Life Easier

The library canvas page provides access to resources Ms. Pinkerton encourages students to use.

Sarah Akande, Sports Editor

April 20, 2020

In light of this time of uncertainty, students still occupy themselves with schoolwork and complete assignments as due. In an attempt to help, Librarian Pamela Pinkerton created a Library Canvas Course filled with resources such as research databases, free e-books and audiobooks and more to aid students in distance learnin...

How COVID-19 Could Affect The 2020 Census

As of now, the expected date of completion for census data is July 31, with flexibility should concerns and issues with COVID-19 remain. Photo by Helloquence on Unsplash

Jack Lewellyn, Staff Writer

April 3, 2020

With the spread of COVID-19, the United States census for 2020 might be overlooked. Census data is used to allocate delegates based on population, as well as to pinpoint areas of priority when splitting state budgets. The census’s importance to the country politically, socially and economically, are ...

Review: I Still Believe

Review: I Still Believe

Sembree Yeary, Staff Writer

April 2, 2020

The movie I Still Believe is based on Christian singer Jeremy Camp’s life with his late wife Melissa Henning-Camp amidst their journey against sickness while they continue on their journey of faith.  The account of their lives together provided one of the most tear-jerking and heart-wrenching stories of lo...

Review: The Photograph

Thomas writes about the romantic movie, The Photograph. The Photograph was directed by Stella Meghie.

Micaih Thomas, Entertainment Editor

March 6, 2020

Directed by Stella Meghie, The Photograph takes us on a bustling journey that encircles itself around the idea of love and adds to cinema’s recent rollout of movies, produced and written by black directors.  In the hectic city of New York, we follow a journalist who finds himself frustrated with th...

Beyonce’s Cultural Impact

Cameron Dudzinski writes about the cultural impact that Beyonce has had on the industry

Cameron Dudzinski, Staff Writer

February 24, 2020

In her youth, Beyoncé Knowles was a very shy and introverted kid, so her parents signed her up for a dance class when she was seven to allow her to connect with others. The first time her parents saw her perform, they knew she had hidden potential. Beyoncé enrolled in Parker Elementary School, a musi...

Review: Queen and Slim

Thomas writes about Lena Waithe and Melina's film

Micaih Thomas, Entertainment Editor

February 21, 2020

Directed by Melina Matsoukas and Lena Waithe, “Queen and Slim” takes place in modern-day America, not prepositioned by a certain time frame in the 2000s. Within the four walls of a black-owned restaurant, a Tinder-matched pair dine together in hopes of a future romance. Their date comes to an end, an...

Review: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before: P.S. I Still Love You

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Amber Adams, Staff Writer

February 18, 2020

*Spoiler alert* To say this movie’s sequel underwhelmed everyone would be an understatement. After the hit Netflix summer movie, “To All the Boys I Loved Before,” came out, everyone begged for a sequel to Lara Jeans and Peter Kavinsky’s love story. What we got was not what anyone wanted or neede...