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The student news site of Lake Brantley High School

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The student news site of Lake Brantley High School

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Seniors Shelby Gay and Tyla Hall at Universal Studios. I go every other weekend! said Shelby.

Theme Parks amidst Covid-19

Erin Huguenin, Staff Reporter October 14, 2020

  Despite the controversy surrounding the matter, theme parks such as Walt Disney World and Universal Studios have chosen to reopen amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, taking extensive measures to guarantee...

Effects on Mental Health from Twenty-Twenty

Effects on Mental Health from Twenty-Twenty

Ashley Weston, Staff Reporter October 14, 2020

No one was prepared for the events that occurred in twenty-twenty. Everyone had to adjust and adapt as the world was changing before their eyes. Each experience from this year is different and because...

Taylor Swift’s 8th studio album folklore has already amassed over 72 million streams, surpassing Swift’s previous album Lover in its first few weeks. The first track off the album, “the 1” was streamed more than 2.7 million times within the first 24 hours of its release.

folklore: an exciting surprise or sudden let down?

Avery Ranum, Staff Reporter October 5, 2020

No one was prepared for the sudden influx of photos uploaded to Taylor Swift’s Instagram page on July 23. These photos were meticulously positioned to piece together different parts of one photo: the...

Students in Mr. Kupffers third period class are quite close during COVID-19. This is just part of working out the setbacks during the pandemic this school year.

Quarantined But Not Sick

Rylee Malloy, Staff Reporter September 30, 2020

Quarantine is a new thing we have to deal with this school year. It creates a mix of many emotions as the time slowly passes. From the perspective of a student who was quarantined as a result of contact...

Reading while eating

Quarantine in creative mode

Ada Grieger, Staff reporter September 30, 2020

Ever since the world stopped and COVID-19 and became a global emergency, people have been finding themselves in a fickle state, not knowing how to spend their free time. Luckily enough, there are many...

On April 3, Senior Joelle Wittig tries out her typewriter as she works to fix it up. It was so exciting to see it start to type, Wittig said. The ribbon I got wasnt the right size but it was enough for it to type and it gave me motivation to continue working on the project.

Staff picks: Making old things new

Joelle Wittig, Editor-in-Chief April 7, 2020

When COVID-19 started, I assumed it was being blown out of proportion, but as it spread and brought the world into a panic, I realized it was much more serious than I could have imagined. I knew that with...

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