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Local Businesses Adapt to COVID-19
Local Businesses Adapt to COVID-19
Amber Bansal and Riya Kar October 5, 2020

Amidst the unique circumstances, local businesses around Jacksonville are adapting in many ways. Check out the four businesses below for an inside look into their new lives during COVID-19.  

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Teachers Reflect on Hybrid Learning
Ian Wilkinson, Elliana Emery, and Atticus Dickson October 15, 2020

School is well under way, and teachers have adapted to the new school “norms,” precautions taken to prevent the chance of COVID-19 spreading even if that means sanitizing your hands before you pass on a pen, not softening a bad grade with a smile because the mask hides it, and a classroom divided between virtual and in-person attendance. “It is challenging to split my time to give both groups...

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Apps, Tips, & Tricks
Ava Sickler, Contributing Writer • May 5, 2020
Robotics Team: Rocky Start to Smooth Sailing
Atticus Dickson, Contributing Writer • December 8, 2019
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Op-Ed: Continue Compassionate Release for Prisoners
Cameron Gratz, Contributing Writer • May 14, 2020

“I’m at very high risk. If one person gets sick, it’s like a death sentence in here,” said Anh Do, 78, a low-security federal inmate in a Texas prison. Do is a former doctor, convicted in 2018 on Medicare fraud charges, and suffering from coronary artery disease, hypertension, and diabetes. Prisoners like him are at particularly high risk in the coronavirus pandemic. Recently, activists...

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Change Your Grade, Change Your Mind!
Avani Bansal, Co-Editor In Chief • April 23, 2020
In the Mind of Racism
Sarah Scherkenbach, Perspective Editor • April 23, 2020
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Reflections on Mulan
Sarah Scherkenbach, Co-Editor In Chief • October 27, 2020
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