Everyone wants to go back to school, right? But, here’s the thing, school will not be like you imagined it, talking to friends in the hallways, having lunch together. Maybe eventually, but it definitely won’t be all at once. Most likely, we will be only coming to school every other day, or possibly less.
We have just currently held our third annual Crosstown High SGA elections for the school year of 20-21. From the very first years at Crosstown, we as students knew we wanted our voices to be heard and to have a say in our education. This goal has been the primary purpose and function of the
Mail-In voting is when one requests an absentee ballot rather than going to the polls and voting in person. In Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah, and Washington, mail-in ballots are the standard and have been used almost exclusively even before the pandemic began. For example, in Colorado, twenty to thirty days before the election, the state
The first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Former Vice President Joe Biden was undisputedly one of the most chaotic presidential debates that the nation has ever seen. The debate rules were set and agreed on by both campaigns prior to the start of the debate and were to be enforced by moderator Chris
J.K. Rowling’s new book, Troubled Blood, sparked much controversy in the transgender community. Having never read the book, I can’t speak on how it’s written or the content in it, but I can speak on its premise. According to the Washington Post “…Rowling has created a creepy serial killer who dresses in women’s clothes to
There has been an ongoing debate amongst photographers since the invention of digital photography. Digital photography was first developed in the 1950s, when a researcher by the name of Russell Kirsch took a photo of his baby son via his computer. After that, the art of digital photography grew into what it is today. Though