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    Patience in a Pandemic

        For the past 10 months, a Coronavirus vaccine has been the light at the end of the tunnel — a chance at lowering the death rate and eventually being able to walk around face mask free. Now that the long awaited vaccine has become available, through about $2.5 billion of federal government support…

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    Silver Lining Science

         From forest fires in California to coronavirus outbreaks to widespread racial injustice, the past twelve months have been a different and mind bogglingly tough year. The whole world seems to have been shaken by the effects of these events, and it is unequivocally a year which will go down in history. Although it’s…

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    Insurrection in the Making

         A pandemic, a summer of racial reckoning and violence, an economic recession, and the fiercest election year in modern American history. Much of this uncertainty is still ongoing, except for one. Joseph R. Biden is the winner of the 2020 presidential election, regardless of whether or not you supported him.       But…

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    Hybrid gives students a newfound sense of flexibility

         When students departed school on March 13, they didn’t anticipate that in-person classes wouldn’t resume school-wide until Nov. 10.       For months, the school and district administration worked on creating a hybrid schedule that allows staff and students to return to school on an alternating schedule that aims to follow CDC guidelines. …

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    A Zoom Call a Day Does Not Keep the Procrastination Away

         Picture this: you’re sitting in a Zoom meeting for your math class at 9:40 a.m. as your teacher goes over the notes for the week. Mindlessly writing your notes down, you begin to realize that you do not remember nor understand what you just wrote. Your mind was somewhere else, pondering about the…

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    Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the Future of the Supreme Court

         When Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, notorious defender of gender equality, died last month, her death threw the United States government into more debate and controversy. She died on the same day early voting for the presidential election began in numerous states.       For American Law teacher Rick Rosenberg, Ginsburg showcased…

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