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Covid 19: JUNE

A sign outside Eaglecrest’s track and fields warns of COVID-19 hazards as teams begin to return to workouts.

Simone Beauchamp, Written Content Editor

June 30, 2020

As June comes to a close, coronavirus cases are once again on the rise, with over 2.5 million cases in total reported in the U.S. alone, and 10.3 million worldwide. And those are only the confirmed cases; without widely available testing, we cannot know with certainty how many cases there actually a...

Protests Inspire and Insight Change

Protesters in Denver.

Jeremy Garza, Content Managing Editor

June 19, 2020

The Eaglecrest community is participating in Black Lives Matter protests.

CCSD: What are they doing to help?

CCSD: What are they doing to help?

Simone Beauchamp, Reporter

April 17, 2020

By now, we all know that the CCSD school district has closed all schools until summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All 68 schools are shut down, and over 55,000 students and 3,000 teachers are now at home, embarking on the adventure that is remote learning. Meanwhile, CHSAA has suspended all spring sp...

COVID-19: The Facts

A map containing the recorded number of cases for each country in the world. Image Courtesy of Google.

Edmond Kunath, Reporter

April 16, 2020

No matter where you are on the planet, COVID-19, or also known as the Coronavirus and  SARS-CoV-2, has had a varying impact on all corners of the globe. Cases continue to grow each day and have been taking a toll on cities and countries. The pace of the growth changes by the second, and by the time ...

Air Pollution Begins to Decline as the Coronavirus Continues to Spread

Impact of the drop in pollution in China as shown from Satellites, Image Courtesy of NASA.

Edmond Kunath, Reporter

April 16, 2020

Through the escalation of what many people will remember of COVID-19, there are many different experiences that people are currently in, whether it is for the first time within their lives that they have seen shelves empty in stores, and people staying home whether working from home, or from the loss of ...

Once Every Four Years

Once Every Four Years

Simone Beauchamp, Reporter

March 3, 2020

Every fourth year, something very special happens. Not only do we have a presidential election and the Olympics, but we experience a 366-day year - a leap year. The Earth takes about 365.24219 days to orbit the sun. 5 hours, 48 minutes, and 46 seconds over the 365 days of our normal calendar year. Be...

The Coronavirus: Should We Be Worried?

Edmond Kunath, Reporter

February 24, 2020

Fears of a new epidemic of the coronavirus went across the world, sparking fear and attention from every corner of the planet in early 2020. This virus is as small as 26,000 to 32,000 base pairs of DNA. A coronavirus specifies a series of viruses that primarily impact the respiratory system in mu...

Governmental Charades

Governmental Charades

Huria Taj, Reporter

February 20, 2020

On the fourth of February, the annual ‘State Of The Union’ speech took place; delivered in the House chambers. The State of the Union speech is a chance for the president to display his accomplishments and talk about the state of the union during the year. They also have the opportunity to award...

Eaglecrest Joins Together for Wish Week to Support Others

Edmond Kunath, Reporter

February 12, 2020

Here at Eaglecrest, a tradition happens every winter that excites the community and unifies them together to help a cause. That is WISH week, a week filled with events that support a certain person or charity. This year, proceeds and donations go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS). The Posit...

Dababy Caught a Case

Aiyanna Jackson, Reporter

January 28, 2020

Early January 2020 in Miami, Florida, famous rapper Dababy (Johnathan Lyndale Kirk) was arrested for having an acting role in a robbery. Allegedly, Dababy had robbed a concert promoter after the promoter had shorted him about ten thousand dollars.  In a video released to TMZ live, Dababy is seen jumping the prom...

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