Staying Safe From Identity Theft as a Teenager

Staying Safe From Identity Theft as a Teenager

Ava Dickson '22 May 11, 2020

When we think about getting ready for college, we think of studying, filling out applications, and finding a good roommate among other things.  We don’t normally think about our credit.  But seldom...

Animals first case- a tiger in the Bronx zoo was the first animal to catch the virus, and it rapidly began spreading through the rest of the zoo.

Pets vs Corona: The Newest Challenge

Lacy Williams '23, Staff Writer May 8, 2020

The coronavirus has steadily been infecting more citizens, but now it has officially reached a new status. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the virus has the ability to infect...

This is the cover of the cookbook The Southern Vegetarian by Amy Lawrence and Justin Fox Burks

The Southern Vegetarian

Emma Couch '23 May 7, 2020

Amy Lawrence is known for much more than being the 9th grade English teacher. She and her husband Justin Fox Burks are the co-authors of three cookbooks. Their latest addition was “The Southern Vegetarian.”...

A Guide To Sending Snail Mail

A Guide To Sending Snail Mail

Abby Hays '20, Editor-in-Chief April 21, 2020

Because I have had to be physically separated from my friends, classmates, and extended family members, I have been inspired to take up sending letters to stay connected and make sure people know I am...

How to make delicious funfetti cookies during quarantine.

Funfetti Cookies Recipe

Estelle Turner '23 April 20, 2020

Ingredients 2 and ⅛ cups (300 g) all-purpose flour ½ teaspoon baking soda ½ teaspoon fine salt 1 cup (2 sticks/227 g) unsalted butter, softened to room temperature ⅔ cup (130...

VIDEO: Japanese Souffle Pancakes

Kennedy Bell '23 April 16, 2020

How to make Japanese souffle pancakes!

A Natural Disaster Amidst a Pandemic

A Natural Disaster Amidst a Pandemic

Ava Dickson '22 April 14, 2020

Saturday, March 28, 2020 was the first day of the year that was warm enough to lay out by the pool.  It wasn’t really sunny, just nice. My parents worked in the yard and people were out walking for...

Coronavirus Crisis: Through The Editors Eyes

Coronavirus Crisis: Through The Editors’ Eyes

Abby Hays '20, Editor-in-Chief April 13, 2020

As I sit in my house all day, almost all that I hear about is the coronavirus. When I watch the news, broadcasters allot all the time to the coronavirus; they relay updates on the number of cases, report...

COVID-19: Making Instagram Casual Again

COVID-19: Making Instagram Casual Again

Abby Hays '20, Editor-in-Chief April 7, 2020

In light of safer-at-home orders from our municipal and state governments, many middle and high school students have taken to social media to fight off boredom by creating and participating in various...

Follow directions-by looking at the diagram, it is obvious that viewers should take this time to stay away from each other to prevent the spread of Covid-19

Keep Your Distance

Lacy Williams '23, Staff Writer April 6, 2020

The coronavirus has forced many events to end early or cancel, and citizens all over the world are urged to stay away from large groups until the pandemic settles down. Studies from federal and local officials...

Photo by New York Times.

COVID-19 Hot Spots in the United States

Estelle Turner '23 April 6, 2020

As of last week, the United States is the country that has the most confirmed cases of the coronavirus. There are over 200,000 that have been confirmed with thousands of dead. The virus spreads quickly...

Change in Plans

Change in Plans

Kennedy Bell '23 April 6, 2020

Hutchison has implemented a new schedule for their Distance Learning program. The new schedule still alternates between Days 1 and 2 with 45-minute class periods, however on” Y-block Wednesday’s,”...

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