A Project for Better Journalism chapter


I’m Dreaming of a Covid Christmas

December 15, 2020 5:19am | Kayla Spahn

I’M DREAMING OF A COVID CHRISTMAS It’s December 25, 2020. You wake up later than expected. When walking to the living room, you see your family smiling and waiting for you, but something doesn’t feel right. You then remember the pandemic; it brings your mood […]

Online Work Ethic Turns Pathetic

December 15, 2020 4:56am | Jackson Thorp

ONLINE WORK ETHIC TURNS PATHETIC On the first day of online school, I woke up early. I made sure I had everything I would need for class in front of me. I figured that it would be a much easier learning experience, but much to […]

Social Media Guidelines Must Get with the Times

December 15, 2020 12:52am | Silas Olson

SOCIAL MEDIA GUIDELINES MUST GET WITH THE TIMES After social media companies like Google and Facebook are accused of pushing out misinformation and were brought before the Senate. People begin to question the legitimacy of such companies, and whether the information they are seeing on […]

The World has Changed; Have You?

December 15, 2020 12:51am | Ariana Russ

THE WORLD HAS CHANGED; HAVE YOU? Red fire in the distance, the smell of burnt trees made it hard to breathe, the sadness of loved ones stuck in the hospital was overwhelming, but the assurance that the world would not be like this forever gave […]

Seniors Shuffle Through Covid Struggle

December 15, 2020 12:51am | Conner Valerio

SENIORS SHUFFLE THROUGH COVID STRUGGLE I step out of the car, excited for my first day of school back at Greenway High School. I can’t wait to see all of my friends again and be able to interact with them after the summer break. Today […]

Ratatouilie Musical is Cool

December 15, 2020 12:48am | Susie Bartholomew

RATATOUILIE MUSICAL IS COOL There I was, phone in hand at 3 AM wasting my time on TikTok. This has become a familiar scene for me; however, I suddenly saw video after video about a… Ratatouille Musical..? Senior Ashlyn Johnson said this was the first […]

Coronaphobia: Fear of COVID-19

November 16, 2020 3:35am | Elizabeth Miller

CORONAPHOBIA: FEAR OF COVID-19 During the past eight months, COVID-19 has not gone away and the numbers are starting to increase again. With the numbers increasing, there are more fears and anxiety about what is to come with this virus. Nobody wants to become ill […]

Pandemic Predictions

November 16, 2020 3:31am | Susie Bartholomew

PANDEMIC PREDICTIONS Imagine this: It is the year 2022, you walk into a grocery store, mask free, seeing dozens of people with bare faces just like you. That would be nice, wouldn’t it? How will the pandemic end, and when? These people have some predictions. […]

Teachers Go On About Hybrid Pros and Cons

November 16, 2020 3:30am | Conner Valerio

TEACHERS’ VIEW ON HYBRID LEARNING Mr. Morales, the veteran Psychology teacher, sits at his desk allowing for the students to trail into the WebEx call. While letting the students in virtually, Mr. Morales greets each student entering the classroom setting. Though students were physically in […]

Counselor Advice Will Suffice

November 16, 2020 3:27am | Teven Burtis

COUNSELOR ADVICE WILL SUFFICE During this strange time, teachers and faculty have had a hard time readjusting, and counselors have especially had it hard. Greenway’s hard-working counselors now have to host most meetings virtually, and it’s different for them and their students. At Greenway, we […]