Date night: Corona edition

Kelly Thorell ‘21, Opinion Editor  Valentine’s Day during a pandemic—not ideal. Awkward first dates inside restaurants or cliché ones in movie theaters are less ideal with the threats of infection. Pandemic dating has been extremely difficult, even for veteran couples such as seniors Noah Clemens and Melanie Hesterman. Hestermen said, “COVID has made it harder... Continue Reading →

Staying virtually connected this season: Find new ways to stay social with family and friends this unique holiday season

Jessica Sarrach ‘24, News Editor With quarantine leaving many people feeling isolated from the outside world, it may present difficulties to enjoy other people’s company in the same ways as previous years. Many people have begun to dissociate from regular life, feeling lonely or even becoming depressed from lack of a human connection. Though, just... Continue Reading →

Brighter skin for a brighter you

Alyson Furstenau ‘21, Photo Editor A person’s confidence starts with their skin. For teenagers especially, it is often a constant battle trying to fight off stubborn acne and blemishes. With the addition of a mask that harbors bacteria and produces breakouts, getting clear skin seems like an impossible feat.  The primary targets in most skincare... Continue Reading →

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