By Meredith Stewart If you told me six months ago that I would be taking even a two week’s break from swimming I would have rolled my eyes and called you crazy. Swimming has been a major part of my life for a decade now. It’s a lifestyle. Those early morning practices, the hair that…Read More
By Morgan Monesmith In order to make sure we had a season, there have been several new guidelines and rules for meets. For the race itself, not much has changed. However, before and after the race have seen the biggest adjustments. Masks Like for most everything now, cross country now involves masks. For all of…Read More
By Louisa Wang The first time I heard about the coronavirus at the start of this year, all I could think of was my grandfather and aunt living in Beijing. Most people in America were brushing it off, believing it could never reach here, but even before they were proven wrong, I was filled with…Read More
by: Claire Mehok Now that it is fall, Halloween is on its way. However, as October 31st approaches traditional Halloween activities are starting to be re-imaged or canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention, recommends that all Americans stay at home this Halloween and choose not to participate in…Read More
By Francesca Burke 2020 has certainly been a year for the books, and this year’s Emmy awards were no exception. From the youngest recipient of best Lead Actress in a Drama Series to the record for most Emmy wins being broken by one hit TV comedy, this spectacular and socially-distanced awards show was unforgettable. In…Read More
By Cate Crawford Due to COVID-19, life is just a tad more boring. Quarantine meant never leaving the house. It meant that the highlight of my day was dressing up to go to the grocery store. Despite quarantine may be over on a state regulation level, the world is still not the same. There…Read More
By Aambar Agarwal
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