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Coronavirus takes a toll on print book sales while ebook popularity skyrockets

Iman Sulaiman, Staff Writer

May 20, 2020

As stay-at-home orders continue to extend, many have turned to books in order to beat boredom and escape reality. In particular, ebooks sales have surged due to their convenience and accessibility during quarantine.    ...

Overwhelming mask shortage sparks innovative new ways to make masks during crisis

Briana Varghese, Staff Writer

May 5, 2020

The coronavirus sweeped the nation as of late 2019 and has carried more problems into 2020. One of those problems being a mask shortage not only for those working in hospitals but also for many other first responders.  &n...

Rapid reopenings present clear danger to public health

Connor Wielgos, Opinion Editor

May 5, 2020

With most of the country beginning to feel cabin fever after a month of coronavirus-induced self-isolation, it’s no surprise that many business leaders and government officials are beginning to look towards re-opening. The ec...

Tom Brady cemented his status as the GOAT

Luca Vitale, Sports Editor

May 5, 2020

When Tom Brady signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on  March 20, he ended a historic run in New England that included six Super Bowl championships, more than any player in NFL history. Brady's 20 seasons with the New England...

Life in Quarantine: How our students and staff are spending their time

Daniella Agre, Entertainment Editor

April 28, 2020

Hi Bison! Due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, we have been asked to do our part to protect ourselves and loved ones and engage in self quarantine. For the first few weeks, we were more easily able to find activities to occupy our ...

Teachers give back to community through initiation of mask production

Zoey Heinrich, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

April 27, 2020

It is common knowledge that the spread of coronavirus has led to shortages of basic necessities such as food, toilet paper and paper towels throughout the U.S. But another type of shortage—a shortage that plagues the nation’s hea...

College Board considers moving admissions tests online

Julia Winski, Staff Writer

April 24, 2020

Every year, high school juniors all over America have to take standardized tests such as the SAT or ACT before they apply to colleges. Since the outbreak of COVID-19, people have been wondering how high schoolers will be able...

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