Month: October 2021

Welcoming Our New Teachers

Story By: Journalism I Students
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HCPSS in a Pandemic: Everything You Need to Know

Story By: Morgan Ryan & Sumaya Abdel-Motagaly
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Empty desks. High absences. A packed health room. The cause, a virus. Ever since HCPSS schools opened on August 30th, students, staff, and parents have been adjusting and making themselves aware of the new COVID-19 regulations. 

Daniel Hale: American Hero or Traitor?

Story by Simi Adeniyi There is a long list of government scandals, and an even longer list of whistleblowers jailed, blacklisted, or punished for revealing them. A whistleblower is an individual that reveals information about […]

Ranking the Jordans: Atholton’s favorite Air Jordan Sneakers

Ranking the Jordans: Atholton’s favorite Air Jordan Sneakers Almost everyone has heard the name Michael Jordan, the legendary (and possibly greatest) basketball player. His accomplishments include Five-time NBA MVP, Six-time NBA champion, Six-time NBA Finals […]

The Story That Shall Not Be Named

Story by: Jordan Neperud
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A Fantasmic Start to the Year, Marching Band is Back and Better Than Ever

After being virtual for over a year, the Marching Band is back in person and persevering during COVID. Marching Band, just like almost all other clubs, had to go virtual last year. It was hard […]