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Editor’s Letter

As summer is in full swing, I hope everyone is staying healthy and taking the necessary precautions to protect themselves from COVID-19. Throughout the entire world, the Black Lives Matter movement has been making a noticeable impact on our news feeds after the death of George Floyd. In Politics, we discuss the Black Lives Matter movement not only in the United States but around the … Continue reading Editor’s Letter

Europe’s response to a vacation with covid.

It’s been a little over four months since Covid-19 entered our lives, what at first should have been a few weeks turned into a few months of quarantine. That left a scar that probably won’t heal any time soon, that’s why governments across Europe have decided to start creating a brand new normal adapted to the current situation. In this article, we will be talking … Continue reading Europe’s response to a vacation with covid.

Four Tips to Use When Preparing for College

Get organized for college In other words, make some type of to do list or outline of what you should look for in colleges. Research colleges that you are thinking of applying to and make a list of them that would be your top choices and your backups. Research things such as class size, student/ campus life, academic majors/minors etc. While researching each college, try … Continue reading Four Tips to Use When Preparing for College

How Celebrities Have Continued Progress During COVID-19

Timothee Chalamet Twenty four year old actor, Timothee Chalamet, has been having to take safety precautions during the pandemic like the rest of us. Though there have been recent rumors spreading of him potentially dating actress Eiza Gonzales. The two were spotted, not so long ago, hiking together following their recent Mexico get away. The couple had recently ended their previous relationships before the news … Continue reading How Celebrities Have Continued Progress During COVID-19

The Washington Redskin Franchise Has Come to an End

After 87 years, the Washington NFL will drop the team name and logo. The Washington Redskin- a moniker that many Native Americans consider a racial slur- will be removed and discontinued in the NFL. It was announced on July 13, that the team is working on a new name that is appropriate for the fans, families, and communities. Washington will be the first NFL franchise … Continue reading The Washington Redskin Franchise Has Come to an End

July 2020

July 2020 highlights Halsey, Beyoncé, and Barbie Ferreira for their activism and involvement in the Black Lives Matter movement. Read about the Black Lives Matter movement, COVID-19’s impact on the stock market, and a special edition of Ten Questions with Rachel Saltzman Friedland. With Ression’s Top Picks giving you music, movies, TV, At Home Workouts, App, Books, and Podcasts recommendations to help you continue progress in your own life. Continue reading July 2020

Five Easy Steps To Independently Becoming An A Grade History Student

It comes as no surprise that in the current normality of ‘independent learning’ with little to no access to their teachers for guidance, many students are facing great uncertainty as to how to achieve those ever sought after top grades. I believe that regardless of your ability, the absolute key to succeeding in History is simple, study smart by studying little and often.  By putting … Continue reading Five Easy Steps To Independently Becoming An A Grade History Student

How Does a Bastard, Orphan, Son of a Whore and a Scotsman” Create Such an Impact

The 11-Tony Broadway show, Hamilton is now available to watch on Disney +. Lin Manuel Miranda and the original cast are back to perform a once in a lifetime show in the comfort of your home. Hamilton is a play that incorporates genres rarely used in musical theater and closes the gap between mainstream pop and Broadway performances. It tells the story of our country’s … Continue reading How Does a Bastard, Orphan, Son of a Whore and a Scotsman” Create Such an Impact