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Coronavirus Safety Tips

Coronavirus Safety Tips

By: Brady Lorch (Web Editor-in-Chief)
As panic seems to be gripping the minds of many citizens and people around the world, it is a good idea to remain aware of safety tips and reliable information on COVID-19 as it continues to spread.
(Cover Photo: CDC)

Updates on COVID-19

Updates on COVID-19

By: Max Grzymkowski (Assistant Web Editor-in-Chief)
The recent outbreak of COVID-19, a contagious strain of coronavirus, has brought a plethora of reactions from health officials, politicians, and United States civilians regarding the significance of the situation, and with recent cancellations of sport events and the confirmed diagnosis of public figures, the panic revolving around the potentially devastating disease is reaching its peak.
(Cover Photo: CNN)

Monkeying Around

Monkeying Around

By: Mary Vega (Web Editor)
A specific species of monkey called the Rhesus Macaque that has been known to carry the disease Herpes B has been spotted in St. Johns County.
(Cover Photo: National Geographic)

One Of The Greats

One Of The Greats

By: Donovan Germain (Web Editor)
Kobe Bryant, one of the most famous NBA players of all time, along with his thirteen year old daughter, died in a helicopter crash in Calabasa, California on Sunday at the age of 41.
(Cover Photo: CBS)

Remembering Challenger

Remembering Challenger

By: Max Grzymkowski (Poll Supervisor)
“The future doesn’t belong to the fainthearted; it belongs to the brave. The Challenger crew was pulling us into the future, and we’ll continue to follow them.”
-Ronald Reagan
(Cover Photo: NASA)

Personal Space

Personal Space

By: Marco Ugalde (Web Editor)
Everyone knows that the U.S., Russia, and China are the top dogs in space, but who else is conquering the stars and what have they been working on?
(Cover Photo: The New Yorker)

Fire Down Under

Fire Down Under

By: Max Grzymkowski (Poll Supervisor)
Since the start of September 2019, rapid and ever-growing wildfires have raged across the country of Australia, killing an unbelievably massive amount of wildlife, destroying thousands of acres and costing the lives of about 28 firemen and civilians.
(Cover Photo: NBC News)