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CollegeBoard's new AP review have not ben as useful as expected for students.

[Opinion] AP reviews are decent study material, but need improvement

With the coronavirus pandemic pushing students into online school for the remainder of the year, the College Board has rushed to keep their end-of-year Advanced Placement exams in place. Each of the 38 AP classes has live review sessions on Youtube and resources meant to […]

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Trending on the internet: week of April 20

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As the world population is stuck at home due to COVID-19, many are finding entertainment through live-streaming and esports. Photo by Fenthon Aristhomene

Esports and live-stream viewership grow as people are stuck at home

Naturally, being stuck at home with little to no work or school, one would want to find some entertainment. As the COVID-19-induced quarantine rages on, many are finding that entertainment within live-streaming services, particularly esports. Esports are professional competitive matches and leagues for video games. […]

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MSD Administration posts YouTube videos amid school cancellation

MSD Administration posts YouTube videos amid school cancellation

On Monday, March 30, the assistant principals of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School posted a YouTube video titled “COVID-19 Can’t Touch This” in efforts to encourage students to practice good hygiene. The video is a contrafactum of MC Hammer’s “U Can’t Touch This,” with lyrics […]

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Trending on the internet: week of Jan. 20

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Trending on the internet: week of Jan. 13

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Classic books are extremely complex

Classic books are often associated with required reading; however, there is so much more to them than what is discussed in English classes. Most could just be considered old books, there are tons of those. Classic literature isn’t just made up of popular books. In […]

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Senior Jonathan Romeus uses YouTube as a way to express himself

At school, senior Jonathan Romeus simply blends into the crowd. But on Youtube, his fans know him as Kingrome. Romeus became dedicated to his vlogging channel three months ago with a mission to create a positive atmosphere for viewers and a creative outlet for himself. […]

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Review: Grandson’s song “Thoughts and Prayers” depicts a chilling message on mass shootings

Review: Grandson’s song “Thoughts and Prayers” depicts a chilling message on mass shootings

When alternative musician and rapper Jordan Benjamin, known as Grandson, heard of the tragedy that struck Parkland on Feb. 14, 2018, he knew there would be a great change made by the students of the community. Inspired by the students’ courage and determined to call […]

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Echosmith's new album, "Inside a Dream," will be released in the summer of 2018. Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Records.

Review: Echosmith Release Mesmerizing Single “Over My Head”

The southern California-based trio “Echosmith” returned with their new song “Over My Head” on March 16. The lead single of their unreleased sophomore album ,”Inside a Dream,” is an easygoing, dreamy pop song that tells the story of a person’s frustration with their significant other […]

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