I think that we can all agree that the year of 2020 has been the most tumultuous one of, for many of us, our entire lives. However, the past … Continue reading High Hopes for the New Year
The second biggest movie theater business, Regal Cinemas, is shutting down. Owning 127 theaters in the United Kingdom and 536 theaters in the United States, Regal will affect over … Continue reading The Next Generation Won’t Watch Movies at The Movie Theaters
“Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19,” Donald Trump tweeted before 1:00 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 2. “We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately.” COVID-19, … Continue reading A Debrief: Trump’s Covid Diagnosis
On October 11, the Cowboys faced the New York Giants. By the third quarter, Cowboys were leading 24 to 23. Dallas set up a designed quarterback draw and Prescott broke … Continue reading Cowboys in Question
BY: Delia-Rose Constantine ’21 November 3 – the day that the fate of our country for the next four years is decided. The pandemic has made it more difficult to … Continue reading Voting Experience in a Pandemic
Almost nobody expected the coronavirus pandemic to last until October after the country first shut down in March, but with cases spiking nationwide during flu season, Americans must act wisely … Continue reading Halloween in a Pandemic
The 72nd Emmy awards air Sunday, September 20, 2020. Despite Corona,, the Emmys are going strong; however, the award show is going to look a little different than usual. This … Continue reading How Are The Emmys Relevant to Teens?
Since the beginning of Covid-19 we have faced changes to our daily lives. We have adapted to wearing masks in public. Having hand sanitizers every where we go. We have … Continue reading Not-So Finger Lickin’ Good