The Societal Impacts of COVID-19

COVID-19 has had, and will continue to have a large impact on all people. Problems range from job loss, challenges for essential workers, isolation, educational dilemmas, economic downfall, and many other specific societal effects. By now, everyone is wondering when things will go back to normal, but in reality, the virus’ effects will linger on much longer than previously believed

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Late Night Shows Learn to Cope with Stay-at-Home Order

Late night comedy shows have had to make creative adjustments to how their audience gets a nightly laugh from the safety of their homes.     With the drastic global changes regarding stay at home orders due to the coronavirus pandemic, all aspects of our lives are affected. From eating at restaurants to getting a pedicure, virtually nothing is permissible. And while

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Ohio opens back up

COVID-19 has changed the way life is lived. Practically every business now has “carry-out;” homes have become gyms, schools, and workplaces; and everyone is six feet apart. However, things are beginning to change back to the way they were before the coronavirus swept the world. In Ohio, manufacturing, construction, and offices opened May 4, retail opened May 12, and other

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DIY Summer Shorts

As summer approaches, so does the warm weather which brings along spring fashion. A way to be stylish, eco-friendly, and save money this season is to make your own jean shorts with some simple materials lying around your house. Materials: Jeans Chalk Fabric scissors  Exacto Knife Tweezers Step One:    Find some old jeans that are not too tight near the

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A Life to Remember

Last month nine people died in a tragic helicopter accident. On January 26, 2020 the helicopter carried John Altobelli, Keri Altobelli, Alyssa Altobelli, Christina Mauser, Ara Zobayan, Sarah Chester, Payton Chester and retired NBA player Kobe Bryant with his thirteen year old daughter Gianna. Kobe Bryant is known as one of the greatest players to ever play basketball and is

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The Coronavirus Epidemic

The Coronavirus has been a concern of many people around the world ever since the outbreak in China in late January of this year. A new, or novel strain of the respiratory illness, called Novel Coronavirus, or 2019-nCoV, has recently emerged and made its way to numerous nations internationally, including the United States. The potentially fatal sickness is still very

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JSA Winter Congress

The Hilliard Darby JSA chapter is focused on civic engagement across all political platforms. The club was founded in 2015 by Essam, a former darby student. Since then the club has been through 3 other administrations. In the past year, the club has seen a tremendous amount of growth in all areas of debate, attendance, convention representation, funding etc. The

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Meaningful gifts for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day celebrates the love and relationships that people have. Even those who are not in relationships can still have fun on the holiday with their friends or family. While chocolates, jewelry, and flowers are always great gifts, try something more unique for your other half or best friend this February 14th.    Personal gifts are always the most appreciated and

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Deaths of the decade

The 2010s were full of movies, songs, and pop culture that shaped the decade. However, some of the most influential people of the past and of recent years have passed away. From scientists to singers to actors, here are some of the most impactful people who the world said goodbye to.  2010 J. D. Salinger    The American author is best

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CFP Controversy

When Justin Field’s pass thrown to the end zone with 27 seconds left in the College Football Playoff Semi-Final against Clemson was intercepted at the goal line, it ended the Buckeyes season. A miscommunication between the quarterback Fields and wide receiver Chris Olave resulted in an easy interception for Clemson safety Nolan Turner. Game over, simple as that, right? Wrong,

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