By Kate Romanelli As you may know, this school year has not been like any other. Usually, we are able to go to school on a bus with a lot of people and do in-class work together. This year has been very different though. Since the pandemic began, most of us have been learning remotely.
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By Sam Bennett The second installment of DC’s Wonder Woman series arrived on Christmas to HBO Max and theaters nationwide to very mixed reviews. And this review will be no different. This movie certainly had its good moments, but those were marred by the poor parts. Whereas the original 2017 Wonder Woman movie had a
By Madison Carr Due to hybrid learning, many schools have decided to not require midterms. In its place, some teachers have chosen alternative tests, quizzes, projects, or chose to assign nothing. While discussing their decision, one teacher explained, “Online learning is hard enough as it is, we don’t need to add more work for the
On Wednesday, January 13th, Mr. Michael Saladdino, GVHS’s college counselor, will host a Zoom session at 7:00 pm for current 11th graders and their parents discussing college applications. Here, he will detail what juniors’ top priorities and the impact of COVID-19 on the college process. The presentation will be recorded and posted. Please contact email@example.com
By Madison Carr This Friday, December 4th, GVPAA will be performing their fall show, Our World Stopped, live outside Pennington School. The play includes dances, songs, and monologues about experiences during the COVID-19 quarantine. There will also be an online stream of the show available for purchase at 6:00 pm Friday, December 11th and 6:00 pm
By Kevin Genthert The pandemic has brought with it many changes in the daily “normal” everyone knew before March. As the viral infection swept across the country, people were affected in many different ways, including a record high in American unemployment. As people lost their jobs or got laid off, national attention was brought to