By: Mitchell Steinberg
With the 2020 Presidential Election nearing each day, the Presidential and Vice Presidential debates play a pivotal role in winning over voters who may be on the fence. What events throughout the debates could prove to be the most detrimental or beneficial to either campaign?
By: Alayna Soltis
Throughout the United States, rumors of hundreds of ballots being thrown out have been discussed. Even President Donald Trump has warned of recent ballots being thrown out. In a few states such as New Jersey and Pennsylvania, there have been confirmed cases of ballots being thrown out. A controversial topic is how voting should be done, through mail in ballots or in person voting due to the current virus outbreak.
By: JT Shatzer
Since March, the pandemic became a struggle that has effectively impacted every facet of life for people around the world; quarantining has been an essential practice for safety and recovery. However, many people do not have the luxury to distance themselves from the rest of the world. Many Americans rely on income from multiple jobs to help support their family. With layoffs in the workforce being the highest they have been since the great depression, the pandemic has completely taken over the lives of all people. As it happens routinely in America, the financial status one finds themselves in seems to dictate the quality of life they are able to have.
By JT Shatzer
As school rolls around each year, it brings a change of pace to the lives of students who have gotten used to the freedom and laziness of summer. However, as the Covid-19 pandemic remains a threat to public safety, schools have been forced to start the year online. Although online school may have been a breeze for most students towards the end of last year, the structure has been completely revamped to resemble a “normal” school day as much as possible. With more structure and normalcy being the goal, the results of its effectiveness are still yet to be seen. And what is the only way to determine how well online school is working? By asking the opinions of those directly affected by it: the students.
By Zachary Kersh
In an education system that is mainly directed towards the benefits of students, in times where everyone is affected, the other members of the education of the education system are often overlooked. With the major schooling changes that have occurred as a result of Covid-19, teachers are having a difficult time changing the way they have been working for their entire careers.