What is the hybrid schedule like for students?

By: Nathan Tolson With the emergence of COVID-19, more and more schools have been forced to address the disease by formulating new schedules and guidelines to protect the safety and health of students. One of the most popular schedules that schools have come up with is the hybrid schedule. The hybrid schedule combines in-person learning with online learning. It reduces the amount of students in … Continue reading What is the hybrid schedule like for students?

Console Wars

by: Ty Smith With the PS5 and the XBOX Series X being released nearly a month ago, I thought now would be a good time to voice my opinion this battle and who I think will win this generation. Specs Next generation technology in simplest words is fast. From the load time in games to the download speed, both consoles have greatly benefitted from this … Continue reading Console Wars

10 Fun Facts about Christmas

By: India Johnson “Jingle Bells” was originally a song made for Thanksgiving but it is a well-known Christmas song. Germans made the first artificial Christmas tree out of dyed goose feathers. Christmas trees are typically grown for fifteen years before being sold. Christmas was not an official holiday in the United States until June 26, 1870. The United States issued the first Christmas postal stamp … Continue reading 10 Fun Facts about Christmas

10 Things To Be Grateful For During A Pandemic

By: Nathan Tolson Friends – Friends help us deal with stress, make better choices in school and in life, and friends create a sense of belonging that’s essential to having an enjoyable life. They also keep us sane during these crazy times. Pets – Pets keep us calm, help us deal with stress, take our minds off of reality, and are great companions during stressful … Continue reading 10 Things To Be Grateful For During A Pandemic

Thanksgiving Across the States

Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday that allows us to engage more with our families and loved ones, while enjoying delicious food. The recent pandemic has put a clamp on how much we are allowed to do, so today we’ll look at some Thanksgiving traditions around the country. New York – Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade just might be the most iconic … Continue reading Thanksgiving Across the States

10 Interesting Thanksgiving Facts

by Josh Askins Butterball answers more than 100,000 turkey-cooking questions via their Butterball Turkey Hotline each November and December. Watching football is an integral part of most Thanksgiving celebrations. Wild turkeys can run 20 miles per hour when scared. Thanksgiving is the biggest travel day of the year. Macy’s has put on a parade every Thanksgiving since 1924. Turkey wasn’t on the the menu at … Continue reading 10 Interesting Thanksgiving Facts