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The Flow of the Iron River
The Sinking of Jakarta
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Pet Adoptions Amidst the Pandemic
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How Common is High Cholesterol?
Astrocytes for your Mental Health

Astrocytes for your Mental Health

March 16, 2021

What’s Going On With The COVID-19 Vaccine?

What’s Going On With The COVID-19 Vaccine?

February 8, 2021

Innovations in the Pandemic

Innovations in the Pandemic

February 8, 2021

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The Clippers: Chokers or Champions?

Theo Ye | February 8, 2021

As with any popular topic, the NBA scene contains its fair share of controversy. Polarizing stories around players, teams, and the organization as a whole are constantly circulating in the fanbase as well as the analytics scene—for better or for worse. “This team can’t make the playoffs,” “This player is better than that one,” and “This team will win the championship no matter what......

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Premier League Soccer Faces Unprecedented Pandemic Regulations

Anthan Wingate | February 4, 2021

Since 1992, the Premier League has been one of the highest levels of professional soccer. Over this 28 year period, this English soccer league has had very minimal changes. However, with the Coronavirus pandemic, changes have been made to almost every aspect of the game, including rules regarding fans, new guidelines about social distancing on a game day, and new protocols about training and games...

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Artist Spotlight: Alexis Rivera

October 14, 2019

“ The best feeling is when you get home from a long day, eat some chocolate, and open your sketchbook to draw something that has been on your mind all day.” shares Alexis Rivera, a junior at Wilcox High School. Alexis is very passionate about art and holds great interest in sketching inanimate objects, especially floral designs, and weaponry. “ To me, art is just a great way to relax the brain....

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Joshua Brodskiy, Staff Writer | April 11, 2019

Julia Cook is a sophomore at Wilcox High School. Recently, she competed in the South Bay Teen Idol competition, placing in the top ten competitors. After three months of training with the program, she finally took to the stage to compete against the other competitors, who she cherishes and appreciates, as they made her work harder and sing better than Cook ever thought she could. Cook always had...

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