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The mindset that 2021 will be a “clean slate” is jeopardizing our chance at preventing a repeat of the last 365 days. The new year is not time to be more lenient with our COVID-19 protocols, but an opportunity to remain diligent and make 2021 what we all want it to be.

New Year incites a dangerous mindset around COVID-19

Aidan Rogers '22, Paper Arts Editor January 24, 2021

2021 has brought us false hope. The first day of the year was looked at with much excitement and anticipation,  as if the moment the clock struck 12:00 our lunch dividers would be put down, our masks...

One positive thing that has come out of this quarantine is that I am now able to have dinner with my family every night. It is a nice way to end the day and catch up.

Social distancing accepted into everyday routine

Abbie Goldstein '22, Opinions Editor April 27, 2020

Talking to one of my friends face-to-face feels like it hasn’t happened in an eternity. As someone who generally sees herself as extroverted and social, coronavirus was a sudden slap in the face. The...

Meditating can be a great way to calm yourself and switch to a more positive mindset.

Let’s “wreck” this virus

Prasaus Yeager '22, Staff Writer March 23, 2020

Wake up, eat breakfast, maybe watch some Netflix and then sit and stare at a screen for four hours trying to do work. This is now the next big thing; a complete turnaround from the original school day....

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