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    Reflecting on a School Year with Covid-19

         Challenging.      It may be the simplest way to word how Maine West students felt about the past school year. It was definitely one of a kind, and although students were forced to face unexpected problems, many have showcased their resilience by learning to get by and surviving this crazy year.   …

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    Lights, Camera, Covid

         Imagine the aroma of fresh popped popcorn and ice cold Coke fizzing in your mouth. We all remember movie theaters and the magic they brought. Like many things, however, the cinema has ground to a halt. With everything else stopping over the past months it is easy to assume the movie industry itself…

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    The Effect of Covid-19 on Movie Theaters

         The movie industry is one of the many fields that has been deeply affected by the COVID-19 virus. The necessity for increased safety measures has created changes in how movies are produced and released, leading to a sharp increase in streaming and the decline of movie theaters.       Movie theater attendance was…

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    Fall Festivities: Social Distanced

         Every teenager in the world has had an itch to enjoy the company of someone other than those who have helped change their diaper, at one time or another. It is important for teenage development to socialize with people, but with everything going on, accomplishing that makes it that much harder.     …

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    Hate crime and one town’s healing takes center stage in this weekend’s fall play

         Following the reaction of the town of Laramie, Wyoming, after the murder of university student Matthew Shephard, Maine West High School’s Fall play, “The Laramie Project,” will be available for download on the Maine West Drama website starting 7 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 13 through Sunday, Nov. 15 at midnight. Tickets for the…

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