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Social Media & Its Effects Through COVID-19

Social Media & Its Effects Through COVID-19

Bridget Belden, Writer October 18, 2021

During COVID-19, social media came to a higher power, connecting people who were separated due to quarantining and state-lockdowns. It was a way to interact with the outside world while remaining inside,...

Two Accidents In Two Weeks

Two Accidents In Two Weeks

Bridget Belden, Writer September 16, 2021

Earlier this morning (9/16/21) parents and teachers received an email about an accident that occurred earlier in the day. A TCAPS student was hit by a vehicle. The students riding that bus this morning...

Quarantine Log - May 27, 2021 - Bridget Belden

Quarantine Log – May 27, 2021 – Bridget Belden

Bridget Belden May 27, 2021

In truth, today wasn’t terrible. But the end was the best part. I started my day with an attempt to sleep in, although my brothers woke me up nonetheless. From there I stressed about how I was going...

Only one day into quarantine and I’m already losing my mind, this is going to be a long ten days.

Quarantine Log – May 25, 2021 – Bridget Belden

Bridget Belden, Writer May 25, 2021

Day one of quarantine has been - decent. Honestly, I’m pretty sure the isolation has reached my brain. I tried to work, I really did, but it seemed altogether - impossible. So, instead, I think I got...

There have been many challenges that the world has faced this year, many things that we have had to survive, and COVID-19 is arguably the biggest, a message this computer stickers communicate.

Quarantine Log – May 24, 2021 – Abby Houghton

Abby Houghton, Editor in Chief May 25, 2021

May 24, 2021 - Abby Houghton “So, what did you learn in school today?” Grandpa asked, taking his eyes off the road for a second to glance over at the passenger seat and flash me a smile.  “Umm..”...

The shock of reading those  words, is HUGE and jarring. Nothing can prepare you for learning that you wont be in the classroom for another two weeks.

Quarantine Log – May 24, 2021 – Bridget Belden

Bridget Belden, Writer May 25, 2021

Today was a busy day. I finished my French 1 credit tests, I turned in my history project, I started drafting my mini-essay, I was preparing for my math credit test, and I had tennis after school. Throughout...

Weekly Covid Testing for Athletes

Weekly Covid Testing for Athletes

Lucy Bongiorno, Writer May 24, 2021

Sports for East students this year have been unreliable because of the recent Covid spikes in Michigan. Up until recently, athletes weren’t required to get the antigen Covid test to play their sport....

8th grade students in Ms. Sheridans math class practice for the PSAT.

Eighth Grade PSAT Testing

Lucy Bongiorno, Writer April 26, 2021

The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (also known as the PSAT) is a test that is required for students in grades 8th-10th. This test prepares students for the SAT, a test generally taken in 11th grade....

EMS Transfers Back Online

EMS Transfers Back Online

Abby Houghton, Editor in Chief April 6, 2021

EMS students are no strangers to online school. All TCAPS students experienced it at the end of the 2019-2020 school year, and again at the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year.  Students that aren’t...

A Successful Girls Basketball Season

A Successful Girls’ Basketball Season

Lucy Bongiorno, Writer March 24, 2021

Sports for EMS students this year weren’t completely promised, especially basketball. With the boy’s season being cut short, many players on the girls’ team were concerned about how much time they...

Honors Issues In TCAPS

Honors Issues In TCAPS

March 17, 2021

Trojan TV reporters, Emma and Tayla, discuss an ongoing problem about Honors classes.

TCAPS Social Equity Task Force

TCAPS Social Equity Task Force

Bridget Belden, Writer March 12, 2021

This past fall, TCAPS formed the Social Equity Task Force after Ashley Ko, a graduate from Central High School, started a petition called “Incorporate BIPOC History and Anti-Racism Education into TCAPS...

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