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Saving the Grandparents!

Andre Louis Rocker, Staff Writer | July 23, 2020

After months of quarantining and over 140,000 deaths in the United States alone, Covid-19 seems to have no end in sight. Whether it is keeping high school seniors from enjoying their spring season or losing a loved one, no one is immune to this virus and its power to change our way of life. One consensus among people is that essential workers, especially those who work in the medical field, have been...

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Till We Meet Again

Tianyu Fang, Senior Editor | May 27, 2020

When you graduate in normal times, you pack things. But in a crisis, you flee.

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Top Ten Things…

Rose Robinson, Editor | April 13, 2020

As the trees begin to bloom and the air turns warmer, spring at the academy is on many of our minds. It’s a favorite time of year for both students and faculty; a time that we share outside, studying together at picnic tables and eating cookout lunches. There are many things to miss right now, but of course, being at home saves us from some of the less-desirable moments as well.

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