Web games, animations, mobile apps, and videos; the Adobe Flash Player did it all for 25 years and its company finally decided to retire its services permanently in 2021.
Story by: Mahalia Savage
Art Courtesy of: Mahalia Savage
Dealing with COVID – 19 has changed many things for everybody, including how teachers instruct, how students learn, and how students all relate to each other. While some students may find online learning more challenging than in-person learning, others may find it easier.
Story by: Evan Huggins
Story by: Caroline Greaser
Photo Courtesy of: Caroline Greaser
Ever since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, stress levels of students have gone up everywhere. The signs of increased stress in a population may not be clear at first, but one obvious sign occurred last week, when a high school junior or senior wizzed down Gorman Road on a push-pedal Razor scooter, most models of which have not seen the light of day in almost ten years. His face was determined as his feet slapped the sidewalk, and the last of the silver bits of scooter between sheets of rust shone in the fading sunlight.
As she hunches over a blank sheet of paper, clutching a bar of charcoal in her hand, the shape of a girl forms. It’s herself. First the eyes, then the nose, her lips, and face. Lastly the most prominent figure on her drawing appears: her hijab.
Story by: Sumaya Abdel-Motagaly
Photo Courtesy of: Selma Hassanien
It’s one minute before showtime. She’s ready to go and goes over everything one last time. Then all of a sudden, the lights are not working, the camera is falling, and the computer is crashing. But that doesn’t stop her. She gets more lights, uprights her camera, and fixes the computer– all parts of starting and running a successful podcast.
Story by: Sravya Tallapragada
Picture Courtesy of: Yara Ayache
Animal shelters are empty. Due to the pandemic and people being required to stay home more than normal, many have decided to adopt a pet.
Story By: Morgan Ryan
Photo Courtesy of: Judy Danaher