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Mrs. Ashman: Director of Diversity and Inclusion

Mrs. Ashman: Director of Diversity and Inclusion
Megan Howard, Coffeehouse Promoter November 28, 2020

Any student who has spent time in the Bent Center knows that across the hall from the student commons lies the cozy office of Mrs. Ashman. A book shelf adjacent from her desk houses titles like The Hate...

Black Bolles Alumni Group Spreads Diversity and Inclusion

Black Bolles Alumni Group Spreads Diversity and Inclusion
Megan Howard, Coffeehouse Promoter November 28, 2020

2020 has brought social issues to the sight of many Bolles community member’s eyes. Over the summer, amidst the fervor of the Black Lives Matter movement, Bolles admin became aware of racial issues and...

IT Reboots and Troubleshoots

IT Reboots and Troubleshoots
Isabel Bassin, Contributing Writer November 28, 2020

Due to distance learning, the amount of technology used in classes has increased dramatically. The unsung heroes of our school are the very people who enable that and keep it running smoothly; the IT department. Andrew...

Bolles Establishes Club Council

Cameron Gratz, Contributing Writer November 28, 2020

Running a club in a hybrid school environment is a challenge for all club presidents. Attendance, action items, and fundraiser plans have persevered during COVID. It is important that club presidents know...

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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