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Resurgence of popular TV shows from 2000s prompts students feeling of nostalgia

Junior Madeline Blank smiles as she rewatches old episodes of Wizards of Waverly Place on Disney+. With the renewal of old shows, many teenagers are revisiting their childhood in nostalgic remembrance of their favorite shows.
October 23, 2020

If you have been on TikTok recently you have likely seen trends surrounding 2000s TV shows such as “Clone High” and “Avatar: The Last Airbender.” These shows have been gaining popularity for a...

Taking comfort in watching nostalgic TV shows is relaxing amidst the pandemic

Taking comfort in watching nostalgic TV shows is relaxing amidst the pandemic
October 23, 2020

Nearly eight months into the pandemic and this isolationist way of living and thinking are becoming second-nature to me. During this time, people have been rekindling their favorite solitary activities;...

COVID-19 hit USA hardest due to poor government response, not healthcare

COVID-19 hit USA hardest due to poor government response, not healthcare
October 18, 2020

I was born in Canada. When my mom delivered me, the most my parents paid was the $15 (Canadian) for parking. Here in the United States, an uninsured pregnancy can cost anywhere from $30,000 to $50,000...

Raghav Sriram

On a sunny Saturday afternoon, Ramkumar Ramakrishnan waters his newly planted vegetables. With the increase of free time during this quarantine, Ramakrishnan picked up the hobby of gardening, a laborious task requiring all members of the family to help out. “[By building a garden] we will be able to get fresh vegetables and get the whole family healthy without the use of fertilizers or pesticides. We can also avoid going grocery shopping and lessen the risk of contracting the [corona]virus.”
May 18, 2020

Jasmine Zhang

 My brother, Luke Zhang, reads the book his teacher assigns him as a part of his E-learning work during his day off on May 8, 2020 at his house. Luke read many books during the E-learning period and finished around 8 books.
May 14, 2020

Maggie Wheeler

Attorney Kristina Wheeler runs her practice from the kitchen table while exercising with a stationary bicycle. For the past seven weeks, she has spent a minimum of five hours a day working from home. She bought the stationary bicycle because she figured it would be a “good way to exercise on a rainy day.”
May 14, 2020

Michelle Wan

Five-year-old Marissa Wan experiences her first time on a bicycle during our family's outdoor walks on May 6, 2020, in our neighborhood Overlook Hazel Dell. Marissa persevered and achieved her goal to ride a bicycle in a week.
May 14, 2020

Kruti Subbannavar

Prachi Subbannavar chooses music to run to on her iPad. She has been running in the basement since quarantine started and has a preference for pop music. “She listens to pop music because mom music doesn’t exist,” Ramesh Subbannavar interjects when Prachi Subbannavar refused to comment.
May 14, 2020

Olivia Stock

Community Health general practitioner Kristin Stock video chats with patients on May 11, 2020. Due to COVID-19, physicians conduct previously scheduled appointments via video chat instead of face to face. Patients can also call if they have problems or questions.
May 14, 2020

Saumya Somasi

Madan Somasi attends a work meeting over Zoom. He has attended hundreds of meetings since his company gave him the stay at home order because of corona. “It’s definitely been difficult,” he said when asked about the meeting, “to try and convey important messages to my colleagues over health and internet problems.”
May 14, 2020

Juanita Rojas

Alejandro Rojas and Ana Perez pour baking mix into the bowl as they make brownies in their house on May 11, 2020. This was Rojas’ first hand at making caramel brownies he saw from Tasty. “After this quarantine, I have realized that knowing how to bake/cook is extremely important,” Rojas said.
May 14, 2020

Hayley Reed

Elyse Reed stands in her backyard holding a watering can as she tends to her plants on May 10, 2020. She planted the various vegetable seeds in her gardening box a couple days earlier. “It's a fun and creative way to spend my time these days and I am excited to see how they turn out,” Reed said.
May 14, 2020

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