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Impacts Of Not Having A Microwave

Impacts Of Not Having A Microwave

Abby Houghton, Editor in Chief February 3, 2021

This year, many things have changed due to Coronavirus and lunch isn’t an exception. Not having a microwave in the cafeteria might not seem as catastrophic as other changes this year, but for many other...

EMS Student Tours The Country In RV

EMS Student Tours The Country In RV

Abby Houghton, Editor in Chief February 2, 2021

On November 8th 2020, Elise Bozung, her 14 year old brother, her mom, her dad, and their German shepherd (Bearett) left their house, got in an RV, and began to drive around the US. Their plan was simple;...

COVID Vaccine Day For Staff

COVID Vaccine Day For Staff

Riley Scollard , Lucy Bongiorno, and Abby Houghton January 27, 2021

The fight against COVID-19 has been ongoing since the first case December, 2019 and it’s not over yet. This Friday (January 29th) and Friday February, 19th all TCAPS students and staff will have...

Raw Sewage & Its Effects On The Boardman River

Raw Sewage & Its Effects On The Boardman River

Bridget Belden, Writer January 26, 2021

As people may remember, over the summer the Boardman River closed off multiple times for the same reason: raw sewage overflowing into the Boardman River. This was upsetting because people wanted to swim...

Social Media & Its Effect on Teenagers

Social Media & Its Effect on Teenagers

Lucy Bongiorno, Writer January 20, 2021

Social media is arguably one of the biggest time consumers in teenagers’ daily lives. A 2018 Pew Research Center Study found about 750 thirteen to seventeen-year-olds showed that about 45% are continuously...

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Fashion Trends Of 2020

Riley Scollard January 20, 2021

  This was a year of many ups and downs, quarantining, finding many new hobbies, and lots of time away from school, along with many mixed emotions. Aside from all of the negatives of 2020, lots...

High Alert for Inauguration Day

High Alert for Inauguration Day

Lucy Bongiorno, Writer January 19, 2021

On January 6th, many questioned the security of the U.S. Capitol as numerous Trump supporters decided to protest. The reason was unjustifiable to some people, as they marched in attempting to "stop confirmation...

Winter or Summer- the Ongoing Debate

Winter or Summer- the Ongoing Debate

Lucy Bongiorno and Riley Scollard January 19, 2021

Lucy: In a state where we experience all four seasons, people have many different opinions on which one is the most favored. However, with my experience from living here my whole life, summer is obviously...

The Pros and Cons of Online School

The Pros and Cons of Online School

Wren Walker and Nyilee Smith January 15, 2021

Online school has been a big part of a lot of people's lives. There are multiple pros and cons, and here are a few of the pros. Staying home all day. This can be a good thing because you don’t have...

Less Grinch Concerns, More Covid Concerns

Less Grinch Concerns, More Covid Concerns

Lucy Bongiorno, Writer January 11, 2021

Just like many other things this year, people had to alter their regular routines to stay safe, especially during the holidays. From December 21, 2020 to January 3, 2021 there were 366 total cases in Grand...

Protest Turns Violent and People Storm Capital

Protest Turns Violent and People Storm Capital

Abby Houghton, Editor in Chief January 8, 2021

Two nights ago (Jan. 6th, 2021), protesters calling for a recount of election votes and claiming election fraud, became a violent mob, trying to break into the Capitol building. A peaceful protest and...

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