Unprecedented, but not all bad: 2020 in review (OpEd)

By Maisie Cocker, Editor in Chief Unprecedented, adjective: “never done or known before” (Oxford Languages).  The word we’ve all heard and grown to associate with the bizarre and devastating events of this past year. Though Merriam-Webster named “Pandemic” the word of the year, I feel that “Unprecedented” is easily the most used word throughout the … Continue reading Unprecedented, but not all bad: 2020 in review (OpEd)

Colleges begin to admit students in process shaped by COVID

By Amanda Mack, News Editor At this point in the year, most seniors have accomplished yet another task during the pandemic, applying to college. In a normal year, college applications require a significant amount of time and dedication. Add in a pandemic, and the process becomes even harder. Luckily, colleges recognize the extra challenges that … Continue reading Colleges begin to admit students in process shaped by COVID