By: Ashley Ford
On February 24, 2022, Russia began its invasion of Ukraine.
Since that day, heartache and tragedy have dominated headlines: lives and structures have been destroyed, and some 2.6 million Ukrainians have fled the country, according to the United Nations Refugee Agency, which said the number could balloon to 4 million should Russia keep up its attack.
This war has affected more than the people living in Ukraine. It has caused prices of everyday goods, including gas, to shoot up to record prices.
Here's a timeline of some of the events that have occurred leading up to the invasion, and during the invasion (up to March 16):
The Glenelg High School Robotiators, Team 888, won its first competition of the 2022 season March 4-6.
The team has worked hard since the beginning of their build season in January to build, code, and prep their robot for each competition. Holding meetings seven days a week, Team 888 has persevered through all difficulties in hopes of making it to their District (States) and World Championships.
Please wish them the best of luck in their next competition on March 19. The matches can be viewed on Twitch.
The Robotitators would like to thank the staff across the building for always supporting the team and students as they continue to work hard over the next month.
If you are curious to learn more about the Robotiators and their progress, take a look their website: Robotiators 888
By: Mack Leach
You may have noticed the recent touch of color that brightens the end of the math hall on the second floor.
Designed by freshman Zoe Desmond (she/her), and painted by the Sexuality and Gender Alliance (SAGA) club over several months, the school’s newest mural promotes the emblematic message to be yourself.