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Wake Up and Mask Up America; We are in Danger

November 16, 2020 3:32am | Robert Romero

WAKE UP AND MASK UP AMERICA; WE ARE IN DANGER       In modern history there has been an ongoing battle between science and common sense. We now know the Earth revolves around the sun, there’s microbiological life the naked human eye can’t see, […]

Going Back to School Ain’t Always Cool

November 16, 2020 3:28am | Atianna Flores

GOING BACK TO SCHOOL DURING COVID Going back to school is hard enough as it is, worrying bout how you are going to adapt to a new grade or if your old friends are even there. However, imagine having to worry about having to wear […]

Is TV Hurting Me?

November 16, 2020 3:10am | Andre Sherwood

IS TV HURTING ME? Since quarantine started people all around the world began watching more TV. People started signing up for Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV, and more. People probably stopped one show to watch another because new shows been coming out. People like to watch […]

It’s Time for a Change; Elect Joe Biden

November 2, 2020 8:14pm | Alexa Kachanuk

IT’S TIME FOR A CHANGE; ELECT JOE BIDEN The Presidential election is here, the polls were open for early voting, people mailed in their ballots, and the American people are biting their nails to see who takes office. Joe Biden, the Democratic Party’s nominee, and […]

Keep America Great; Reelect Donald Trump

November 2, 2020 8:13pm | Jaedalyn White

KEEP AMERICA GREAT; REELECT DONALD TRUMP Presently, American citizens are stressing and arguing about who will win the presidential election on November 3rd.  This year, the candidates are Donald Trump for the Republican party, and Joe Biden for the Democratic party. Many people believe Donald […]

A QuaranTEEN Nightmare

September 20, 2020 4:25am | Conner Valerio

A QUARANTEEN NIGHTMARE For many of us, March of 2020, will be an eventful year — we remember exactly when and where we were told the news of the CoronaVirus and how the United States was going to implement a quarantine protocol. I was with […]

Isolated Students Lobby for New Hobbies

September 20, 2020 4:23am | Teven Burtis

QUARANTINE HOBBIES COVID-19 has been around for about half a year now. That’s a whole six months. Students and parents of Greenway have started to do new and different hobbies than their usual activities. Some are weird and some are just normal at-home hobbies. For […]

Work and School Under One Roof is the Proof

September 20, 2020 4:21am | Kayla Spahn

PARENTS WORKING AND STUDENTS STUDYING UNDER ONE ROOF March 13, 2020, you’re in class right as the last bell rings, signaling that spring break has officially started. Everyone is walking out of class, saying their goodbyes and starting their week-long break…or so they thought. Little […]

Quarantine Tips From My Lips

September 20, 2020 4:16am | Silas Olson

DOES QUARANTINE YIELD ANYTHING?  The alarm flew off my bed at 6:00 in the morning. In my room, half asleep, I panicked and realized I was late for cross country. I rushed to get my shoes on and stumbled down the stairs, almost tripping over my […]

Turn Covid Frown Upside Down

September 20, 2020 4:10am | Elizabeth Miller

QUARANTINE MADNESS During quarantine and through months of not going anywhere, the world has gotten crazy. Social media posts and controversy has gone up. Schools shut down, and now, we are seven weeks into a new school year. Many schools decided to do school online […]