The First Woman Vice President: Why It Matters

Staff Writer: Grace Cohen A presidential inauguration is always monumental, but the 2021 inauguration marked a crucial turning point in the future office holders of the presidency and vice presidency. While Joe Biden has now been sworn in as the new President of the United States, by his side is the new Vice President, Kamala Harris.  Harris is the first woman to […]

The Australian Open COVID-19 Edition

Staff Writer: Molly McWethy This year’s Australian Open is going to look a little different this year due to COVID-19 and there have already been positive tests on all three of the charter flights there. The tournament director, Craig Tiley, has said that the tournament will not be delayed any further and is scheduled to […]

Zombie Movies: A Once Dead Genre on the Rise Again

Staff Writer: Jaiden Palys For the 130 years film has existed, zombies in film have been a thing for almost as long. In their time the zombies, along with the movies themselves, have evolved and changed, creating for the genre its own little history and timeline. As an obsessive movie watcher, I figured I’d give […]

Your Next Read

Staff writer: Abbey Skouras How many of us love the feeling of sitting down with a good book and reading for as long as you can? I know I do! “What I love most about reading is when a novel has great characters; throughout the novel as I get to know them, it feels like […]

How People Became Thankful For 2020

Staff Writer: Molly McWethy Throughout our 2020 journey, people have had a lot of extra free time and are using the opportunity to learn things that they never would have had the time to learn. A lot of people have been baking, tie-dying, scrolling through TikTok, buying pets, and dying their hair.  Even though this […]

Anyone Can Take Part in Reducing Pollution

Staff Writer: LJ Galbreath Throughout history, humans have been known to ruin the world’s atmosphere. People have ruined the atmosphere by smoking, manufacturing plants, exhaust fumes, or just littering on land and in seas to name a few. Many humans have tried and are still trying to clean up the mess we have made on […]

New Coral Reef Research

Student Editor: Kailyn Gunkler Coral reefs are one of the most important ecosystems on Earth, and without them, the amount of oxygen in the atmosphere would plummet. Not only do they protect shorelines all across the world from damaging storms and waves, but they also provide a home to millions of marine life such as […]

Time to Consider

Staff Writer: Jaiden Palys Time is something that is always on our minds. What time to wake up, what time to go to sleep, what time this thing is due, how long before this event, how much time has passed since this happened and so on. Time remains a constant in our lives. Funny considering […]

Falcons Poor Start: All the Arrows Pointing Back to Quinn?

Staff Writer: Kevin Mitchell This NFL season has clearly been a struggle for many teams. One of those teams struggling is the Atlanta Falcons.  The Falcons are a team that’s stacked with potential. We’re talking players like Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley, Matt Ryan, and the most recent pick up Todd Gurley who they bought in […]

Woodstock is here to help

Staff Writer: Abbey Skouras   Due to the Covid-19 pandemic people across the U.S. had to quarantine and disconnect from work, friends, sports, and social gatherings, with such a big disconnect depression and anxiety starts to linger.   With this pandemic we are out of place and our entire routine has been thrown off, causing depression rates to be higher than we have seen in years.  A study done by the CDC reported, “To assess mental health, substance use, […]