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Saying Goodbye to Asynchronous Mondays: A Double-Edged Sword

Saying Goodbye to Asynchronous Mondays: A Double-Edged Sword

Lily McMeen, Staff writer April 27, 2021

Mr. Rymer issued an announcement and teachers have spottily mentioned something we all dreaded to hear: the removal of asynchronous Mondays. For the last few months, we were given a day to do whatever...

The Chipotle in Chester Brings Mixed Reviews

The Chipotle in Chester Brings Mixed Reviews

Evelyn Oravez, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

Earlier in the year, a new Chipotle location was established in downtown Chester. Since its inception, I’ve been twice, and both times I had different experiences. The first time was lovely: food arrived...


The Model Minority Myth, and It’s Effect on the Current Racial Climate

Evelyn Oravez, Staff Writer April 9, 2021

Recently, the news has been awash with stories about violence against Asian-Americans. From the Bay Area attacks on Asian-American elders during Lunar New Year to the recent shooting in Atlanta, anti-Asian...

Citi Field at night time with lights on

From “No Way!” to “Every Game!” — My Baseball Story

Basil Iacampo, Director of Web Services + Staff Writer February 26, 2021
Sports weren't my thing for the longest time. Yet by realizing just how different playing and watching a sport are, I was able to fall in love with baseball. This is my story!
NFL concussion protocols are not what they need to be to ensure the safety of their athletes. (via CBS Sports)

Are Athletes Really Being Protected by the NFL Concussion Protocols?

Lizzie Rubright, Head Sports Writer February 20, 2021

The Mayo Clinic defines a concussion as “a traumatic brain injury that affects your brain function”. Concussions are typically caused by a blow to the head or a shaking of the head and body. In the...

Some of My Favorite ‘The Coffee Potter’ Creations

Kristen Hedworth, Staff Writer February 15, 2021

The Coffee Potter is a well-loved coffee shop known by many as the heart of the small town of Long Valley, New Jersey. The quaint shop opened in 2016 and has been a complete hit with the public ever since....

Opinion: Beware of Big Tech Censorship

Opinion: Beware of Big Tech Censorship

Analise Draghi, Editor-in-Chief February 9, 2021

Big pharma and big business have made way for another in their ranks: although not a new word, “big tech” has been on the minds and tongues of Americans since the events of January 6th and the subsequent...

Opinion: The Real Threat to Our Democracy

Gabriella Nowak January 20, 2021

On Wednesday, January 6, 2021, an event happened that shook the nation. As lawmakers verified electoral votes in order to confirm President-elect Joe Biden’s victory, protesters attacked the U.S. Capitol...

An man carrying a Confederate flag, later identified as Delaware resident Kevin Seefried, walks through the halls of Congress following the storming of the U.S. Capitol Building on January 6, 2021 by supporters of outgoing president Donald Trump. The protesters had hoped to overturn the certification of the 2020 election, but their actions only served to cement the ultimate fate of Trumpism as yet another failed reactionary movement. Photo credits: Mike Theiler/Reuters.

Opinion: Last Week’s Events Underscore the Futility of the Trump Movement

Vincent Jiang, President of Journalism Club January 18, 2021

Last week, Americans watched in horror as supporters of outgoing president Donald Trump stormed the United States Capitol Building on January 6, 2021, forcing senators and representatives to scramble for...

Christmas displays, which go up around mid-late November, can be found all around the area.Christmas displays, which go up around mid-late November, can be found all around the area.

Love It or Hate It, Christmas Creep is Everywhere

Evelyn Oravez, Staff Writer December 16, 2020

Every year Christmas starts sooner. What used to be a post-Thanksgiving affair has in many places become simply post-summer, with many retailers opening their Christmas displays and starting their...

An illustration of a coughing, unmasked woman in a crowd of masked people.

A Glimpse into Being Chronically Ill During a Pandemic

Sarah Garcia, Staff Writer October 28, 2020

Towards the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, along with the large amount of uncertainty and misinformation floating around about the novel coronavirus, there was a general mindset that this virus would...

A college-exam prep class at Holton-Arms School in Bethesda, MD. -Alex Brandon/AP

The College Admissions Crisis

Evelyn Oravez, Staff Writer October 21, 2020

As students progress through high school, many are thinking about senior year and college admissions. In many cases, getting into a good college is the key to a successful career, which makes the admissions...

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