Issue #10: History of Egypt is fascinating

Emmy Furman, Editor-in-Chief

May 13, 2020

School may not be in session right now, but I am here to give you guys another lesson. It is history time, and today I will be teaching you the most interesting facts about Ancient Egypt that they do not tell you in school. When...

Issue #10: Breaking up requires finesse

AJ Lank, Editorial Editor

May 13, 2020

Welcome back to All About Girls with AJ!  Now, today’s topic is one that isn’t quite what most of you may have hoped.  Today, I will be introducing the topic of how to properly break up with someone. Now no one wants...

Issue #10: Being cooped up with family is both good, bad

Zach Garner, News Editor

May 13, 2020

We all know that bring stuck with your family can be hard, but at the same time this is probably the most you have been with them in a long time. So, what are some advantages and disadvantages? The Garners are enjoying this...

Issue #10: Pets can be very beneficial

Caedon Berkenmeier, Sports Editor

May 13, 2020

If you are a fellow dog owner, then lockdown could be a great time to build or strengthen the bond between you and your companion, especially if you are a student with nothing on your schedule or taking up your time. One of...

Issue #10: Procrastination has pros, cons

Mckinley Anderson, Sports Editor

May 13, 2020

Procrastination is one of high schoolers biggest struggles today. Procrastination means waiting to the last minute to do something. Some people do better under pressure, so if they wait to the last minute, it’s okay. Others...

Issue #10: Senior shares best newspaper memories

Delani Nichols, Advertising Manager

May 13, 2020

Howdy, Partners! This is Delani (Dan) here sending good vibes your way and hoping your life is going grand. It is currently some sad times: I am writing this editorial you’re reading and it has finally hit.. this is the last...

Issue #10: Petty complaints surface during pandemic

Seth Jarvis, Editor-in-Chief

May 13, 2020

The crisis we are facing has truly changed the way we live our lives. Much has been lost in the past month since Covid-19 began to grip our nation. This brings me to my current concern. I have seen a small divide arise between...

Issue #10: Doctor M saves world

Brylee Huber, News Editor

May 13, 2020

Doc McStuffins was used to solving other people’s problems. She was a doctor after all. Yet nothing could have prepared her for the words that Gayle spoke. Gayle had been her neighbor for a few months. The family of Gayle...

Issue #10: Procrastination has advantages

Jacob Dugar, Editorial Editor

May 13, 2020

Greetings, Burlingtonians and avid fans. I am back for the final issue of this newspaper until next year, where you can expect to see me again. Well, let’s get right into the topic of this article: the advantages of procrastination. First...

Issue #10: Music helps people through difficult time

Allie Schneider, Entertainment Editor

May 13, 2020

My friends, this school year is ending, and I have blessed upon you so many songs to add to your playlists. So, I know once this all started, you have been absolutely dying for more of my divine recommendations. Never fear;...

Issue #8: History lesson covers 70’s decade

Emmy Furman, Editor-in-Chief

April 10, 2020

I am back by popular demand for another completely true history lesson. Please remember these are based of facts, and I am here to tell the real stories that you do not get from any history classes. Today I will be teaching...

Issue #8: Senior discusses lost events

Zach Garner, News Editor

April 10, 2020

So, school as we know it may be over, and for most of us, we are sad because we have to give up that time with friends and those closest to us because of COVID-19, so let’s think about what we would have gotten to do if school...

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