By: Ginny Sung
It’s no surprise that technology is everywhere. As generations have grown, technology has become more advanced and is evolving rapidly. Technology can be used for an everyday simple task to something as big as saving lives. Not only this, but technology has been a big part of education. Technology improved education by providing tools that have easy access to teachers, helping students learn better and quicker, and by helping parents stay connected with their children. However, many educators, parents, and other students worry that students are becoming too dependent on technology.
By: Mack Leach
Due to the recent Covid-19 pandemic, many arts programs have either been adapted for an online format or canceled. Glenelg High School is no exception with Ms. Kassidy Sharp leading the way for our theatre program as the theatre director.
By: Makena Vass
Christmas memories are often accompanied by upbeat, lighthearted music played on a continuous stream over the holidays. Even the Christmas grinches can’t escape the sounds of comfort and joy, but when is it appropriate to start the music? When should it stop? Some people start listening to Christmas music before Thanksgiving, and don’t stop until New Year’s Day. On the flip side, some people find themselves in tears when “Jingle Bells” is played on the radio for the seemingly one-hundredth time that day.
By: Zachary Kersh
I know. Everyone is tired of hearing the broken record that Covid-19 has dramatically changed our lives. People want to be able to experience the same fun that they would have had if Covid-19 didn’t happen. Good news, this is the place for just that! For all those reading, here are some extremely fun things that can be done right now, that will make the days less unbearable.
By: Rayyan Ahmad
While many students around the world are stuck indoors, school spirit and social interaction has gone down tremendously through this virtual school year. With many students not being able to hang out with friends and fellow peers, it is important to have some interaction with classmates to promote a healthy learning environment and have some fun. GHS Student Services is following this protocol by hosting an online Among Us meet every Thursday from 11:30 A.M to 12:30 P.M. for all high school students at Glenelg High School. Among Us is a popular multiplayer game that rose in popularity this year during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Among Us Article)