Major League Baseball is in full swing

Marissa Soto, Editor in Chief

September 15, 2020

Baseball is back in full swing this year, despite the four month delay caused by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The Major League Baseball (MLB) had to readjust their season in light of the health concerns and regulations made b...

The Umbrella Academy makes a successful, retro-themed return

Kyla Jones, Centerspread Editor

September 13, 2020

The Netflix Original TheĀ Umbrella Academy follows the siblings of the titular Umbrella Academy as they attempt to prevent the apocalypse. This decidedly different take on the superhero genre is a far cry from Marvel, with dark h...

Should athletes move out of state to pursue high school sports?

Andranik Soghomonian, Staff Writer

September 13, 2020

According to the National College Athletic Association (NCAA), about two percent of athletes who play high school sports receive scholarships for college. According to scholarshipstats.com, only seven percent of high schoolers...

Mail-in voting raises concerns about fraud

Shayna Tilles, Arts & Reviews Editor

September 13, 2020

As the presidential election draws near, it seems unlikely that voting in person will be possible for this election cycle. Due to safety concerns, it is most probable that most voting will be done by mail in order to prevent a m...

A guide for people new to wearing masks

Lucas Cohen, Staff Writer

May 9, 2020

One of the rules imposed by the coronavirus pandemic is the requirement to wear a mask when out in public. Since this is a new concept for almost everyone, there is little common knowledge in regards to masks and their usefulness. ...