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Covid-19 Highlights The Need For Constitutional Reform.

Aidan Dyer

May 22, 2020

Over the past two months much of the nation has been in a state of lockdown, and for good reason:  people do not want the deadly Covid-19 virus to spread, and scientific data said continuing normal behaviors would have tha...

Covid Rules Are Not a Personal Choice

Abby Bermeo

May 19, 2020

So far, the United States has lost over 91,000 lives to COVID-19. That is (at least) 91,000 families who are hurting, 91,000 medical treatments that just weren’t enough. I am in no place to complain. However, I am in a place to be ...

Cooperation and Family Bonding

Madison Nigro

May 13, 2020

Living in a household of 10 people is never easy in normal everyday life, however, quarantine has only made it harder. When this all began, my siblings and I were excited to be in quarantine for two weeks because it meant no s...

You Can Complain Or You Can Make the Best Of It

Andrew Della Fera

May 13, 2020

Never before did I think I would say I wish I was at school- no, I haven’t yet, but I am edging close to it.  This quarantine experience has been about as riveting as counting the cinder blocks on a basement wall, wh...

Quarantine: A curse, and yet a blessing

Mikayla Bush

April 23, 2020

            I remember the last day I was inside VHS; I was checking my emails that morning when I first arrived, then I read an email that shocked me and left me dumbfounded,...

Realizations in the time of Covid

Isabella Hussar

April 23, 2020

If we were still living in pre-Covid times, I would have viewed a Fairviewer writing opportunity as merely another thing to feel proud of completing.  I could have walked into school feeling a sense of accomplishment that...

Quarantine is a Great Time to Read!

Michael Sluck

April 5, 2020

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies, said Jojen. The man who never reads lives only one.” ― George R.R. Martin, A Dance with Dragons If you’re an avid news consumer, you might have noticed that the ne...

Thinking About Old Practices in New Ways

Abby Bermeo

March 29, 2020

With schools, workplaces, and businesses being shut down to stop the spread of COVID-19, the world feels like it’s been put on pause. For some people, this is not all that different. Staying home and reading or working out or g...

Missing my Twelve-Hour Days

Sarah Cole

March 28, 2020

We had talked about the possibility of school closing for a few weeks, and at first everyone was excited. The third marking period at school is always the most challenging. Everyone is ready for summer, and we all want to be d...

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