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Coronavirus: Overview

What on earth is happening right now? Coronavirus shuts down school, the economy, the world in April and May 2020 We all remember the first day we heard about coronavirus or COVID-19. It started in late December of 2019, although most of us didn’t start paying attention until a few …

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Coronavirus: NFL is lone pro sport still going

NFL moves ahead with virtual draft, plans to play regular schedule The NFL has been keeping a close eye on the spread of the virus and is still determining whether off-season training will be affected and whether the draft as well might be affected. There have been lots of free …

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Coronavirus: Karpenko’s Olympic trials delayed

How the Olympics being postponed affects Minnehaha’s Andrew Karpenko Due to growing concerns of COVID-19 the Tokyo Olympics were postponed to July and August of 2021. Subsequently, the U.S. Olympic Team Trials were then postponed, affecting one of Minnehaha’s own, Andrew Karpenko. Karpenko, who qualified for the trials in the …

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Coronavirus and the Economy

Coronavirus and the Economy How COVID-19 has affected the economy Since March, the US economy has been greatly affected by COVID-19. Unemployment levels have skyrocketed. According to a study by the University of California, as much as one-third of the US economy may be shut down and real unemployment levels …

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Frozen meal review, for the people

What’s for lunch, when you’re stuck at home and don’t know how to cook? Now that we are stranded from eating out and eating the foods we love, we need to find alternatives. With Taher not looking over us at all times, what will we do? For me this means …

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Coronavirus: Online School

Online School vs. Traditional School BY LINDSAY IRMITER Staff Writer Online school is a new experience for most students across America, and the world. The coronavirus has taken the world by storm, and has resulted in over 200,000 deaths world wide. Due to the quick spread of the disease all …

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Coronavirus: Online School

What online school is like from a teacher’s perspective The current pandemic has heavily affected classrooms across the United States, and the world. Since schools have been moved online, everyone has had to adjust, especially teachers. Though the class content has stayed the same for many, teaching styles and resources …

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Some Good Announcements 5/11

In this weeks episode of SGA: Issac Laddasaw’s Independent Research Project Wizard Of Oz Pit Orchestra Virtual Performance Antler Quarantine Photo Contest MA Anatomy Blood Drive MA Fine Arts Showcase – May 19th Delancy’s Dumplings Teacher Shoutout: Chapel Organizer, Mrs. Calvin Grace Anderson Spotlight Triple Threat Finalist River Project Congrats from Mrs. …

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Some Good Announcements 5/4

Publicity Interns in this week’s edition of Some Good Announcements. Learn about: The Motivation Project 3D Printing Face Masks Katie Jane and Her Cheerful Chickens Ms. Lutgen on TikTok Teacher Appreciation Redhawk Senior Signs Alumni Shout-Out Mr. C on the News Rebecca’s Positive Things Fine Arts Showcase – May 19th

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Some Good Announcements 4/27

The publicity interns present the first ever episode of Some Good Announcements, a spin off of John Krazinski’s “Some Good News”

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