How drama students are dealing with e-learning

Jasmine Addison, Staff Writer

October 27, 2020

Since COVID-19 caused schools to close down, students aren’t able to do what they love in school. Many students that are in the performing arts are in despair that they can’t do what they are passionate about. Ma...

For the love of fall, let’s play some ball

Matthew Gordon, Staff Writer

October 27, 2020

As the fall sports season gets closer, the question will keep on arising, will students be able to attend high school games. As of right now no one really knows what is going to happen. Athletic Director Mike Higgins said,...

What does recruiting look like in 2020?

Anthony "AJ" Prendergast, Staff Writer

October 27, 2020

Student athletes have been worried lately on whether or not athletic scholarships will be handed out, and if so, how will they be given out. It is a fear among many as to if they are good enough to make a college sports...

CTV2: 10/23/2020

October 23, 2020

This piece was made to portray the current period of doing school virtually, as well as the split between physical and e-learning. I chose to personify this theme into a combination of student and technology, with the head of the student being replaced by a laptop. This piece was made traditionally, using watercolor paints and pencils, as well as some alcohol-based markers.

Back to School

October 21, 2020

An illustration of Shai Hulud, a titan sized sandworm that resides in Arrakis, by Literary Arts Editor Madalen Erez.

Paw Print Picks: Dune

October 21, 2020

CTV2: 10/16/2020

October 19, 2020

Light at the end of the mold

October 16, 2020

When teachers and administration began to return to school they made a startling discovery of mold in the auditorium. Now, due to these unforeseen circumstances, the auditorium has been under construction for about a month. With...