Since her diagnosis last year, junior Danielle Steele recounts her journey with the debilitating lymphoma and the aftermath of treatment.
Stemming from the pandemic, many have found themselves struggling to establish the line between a home and work lifestyle. Staff and students alike have lost sleep, had their workload increased, or seen steep declines in their performance. As a result, many are feeling burnt-out, experiencing a mental and physical toll.
With the pandemic resulting in many losing their connections, math teacher Leah Ulloa and her father fought to strengthen their relationship. Spending hours diligently woodworking provided a space for the duo to find solace among the chaos of the world.
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Facing immense pressure to achieve high grades in classes overall, students often obsess over their
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Undergoing distance learning and social distancing, athletes were forced to reevaluate the possibilities of upcoming
Sitting in a bright white room reeking of bleach at a hospital in Costa Rica,