By: Alex Galassini With 2020 finally nearing the end of its reign, it’s on track to being one of the most infamously unlucky years in modern history. Families have been separated for over half a year now, leading to missed birthdays and other celebrations. Luckily this October, many cities, including Fort Wayne, did not cancel trick or treating. Many homes opted
By Emma Hedrick No matter what your political viewpoints are, there is one thing that all Americans can agree upon: Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation to the Supreme Court is a big deal. Let’s talk about the Supreme Court for a moment. Article III of the Constitution creates the Supreme Court and grants it jurisdiction over certain types of cases, such as suits
By Zach Kyner With a novel virus ravaging the country, devastating natural disasters hammering the coasts of the United States and civil unrest breaking in the streets of major cities across the country, 2020’s general election is poised to be like none other before. Republican presidential incumbent Donald Trump is battling democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden for a seat as the president
By Alex Galassini Autumn is one of the most beloved seasons. In fact, a survey conducted by Chicago radio station 94.7 WLS indicates that over 40% of people claim fall is their favorite season. Between Halloween and Thanksgiving, there is no shortage of fall fun. With “Spooky Season” just around the corner, Americans are already filling up their candy bowls and gearing
With school in session, teachers and students reflect on how COVID-19 has impacted the classroom.
Snider students collecting their breakfasts/lunches for the upcoming virtual days. So far, over 3,500 take home meals have been sent home to Snider students since the start of the school year. All blended learning students can grab their provided meals by doors #4 and #8 at the end of each day, and virtual students can sign up for free
Whether they are the dinner lady, lunch lady or matron of the chow hall to you, lunch ladies keep the universe sound