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Surrounded by snacks and drinks,  Amanda Yuan (23) listens for directions on her Spanish II Zoom call.

Logging On

Claire Sallee, Staff Reporter
February 18, 2021
Room For Improvement: I believe e-learning could be more improved if we did it more like the college-style, Chandler Brown (21) said. Every class still had their hours just online instead of in the classroom.

Learning From A Distance

Lauren Eurich, Entertainment/Opinion Editor
May 4, 2020
In The Backyard: Tanner Hall (21) and his brother Evan Hall (23) practice their defensive line drills. I believe the platforms are a great way for the coaches to connect with players and encourage them to get out and train, Hall(21) said. I myself have been doing drills given to me by the coaches. The athletes are asked to do drills two to three times a week.

The Digital Age of Sports

Connor Bulgrin, Editor In Chief
May 1, 2020
Drivers Ed Homework; We started doing Zoom and online work when the group restrictions came out, driving instructor Ms. Anna Venditte said.  I give the students at least three assignments to get done after each Zoom meeting.

Online vs In Person

Ansley Gydesen, Staff Reporter
May 1, 2020
Staying connected: Mr. Brandon Shostak, creator of Zen Zone, continues to host meetings during the pandemic. Students join the live meeting to continue to practice meditation.

Zen Zone for Mindfulness

Delaney Hardies, Staff Reporter
April 21, 2020
Still Meeting: Each staff from the journalism department meets once a week via Zoom to discuss their story assignments. They have done this every week since March 23 in order to stay organized and deliver content for their publications.

Adapting to Distance Learning

Kaleigh Zollman, Online Editor
April 20, 2020
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