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Covid-19 restrictions are making pet owners dog tired

ANIMATION BY CAROLINA AGUILAR Feb. 27, 2021 By Emily Melleno Staff Writer In the United States, around 85 million families or 67 percent of households are pet owners, so not being able to be with your pet in certain circumstances was a big change. Since my fam... More »


Pandemic reveals importance of family

Dec. 1, 2020 By Brianna Tartaglia Staff Writer When the quarantine began, I had no idea what a long journey it was going to be. At first, I thought of it as a brief break from school and assumed life would quickly return to normal. Unfortunately, this was not ... More »


My dad survived the coronavirus

May 6, 2020 By Angelina DeLuca Staff Writer During the week of March 23, my 59-year-old father Peter DeLuca developed all of the symptoms of a sinus infection, which was the diagnosis his doctor confirmed over the phone. At first, his nose was stuffy, but with... More »


I thought I was an introvert. Then came COVID-19.

April 24, 2020 By Alyssa Ferrara Editor Most people would think that a time like this would be an introvert’s dream come true, their time to shine. For those who do not know, introverts tend to be quiet, reticent people who enjoy solitude. They are stereotypic... More »


The coronavirus taught me to enjoy the little things in life

March 28, 2020 By Victoria Niedbal Managing Editor The coronavirus outbreak has turned everyone’s daily life upside down. With school closings, businesses shutting down and a statewide curfew, I am struggling to adapt to the sudden changes. Simultaneously, thi... More »