on sleep and other general words of “wisdom”

By Shruthi Ravichandran If these pictures are familiar to you, this article is for you. this continues until 7:30 am when the screenshots were taken 😦 Disclaimer: This article includes large amounts of caps lock, bolding, over-exaggeration, bad drawings, references to nonexistent mathematical formulas, and a semi-famous German man. Reader caution advised. There’s this unwritten…

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This is a Time to Slow Down

by: Claire Adornato In wake of the virus and self-isolation, there has been an enormous amount of trends and hobbies that have arised. Some people have undertook a 30 day workout challenge, and others are determined to master their tie-dying technique. But what if you’re someone who hasn’t done any of this? You haven’t developed…

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My New Normal

By Violet Webster Two months ago, most of my school days consisted of the same routine. Wake up at 6:30, drink coffee, make the forty-five-minute drive from my house in Chardon to Shaker Heights where I would start my day working at Prime Before School Club. I would then run from the Prime music room…

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