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Kelsey Byrd, Staff writer
March 27, 2020

On March 17, early in the morning, so early that the sky still is painted black from a lingering night, forty-three medical workers load buses to return to their homes in the Shaanxi Province. It marks the end of their journey in Wuhan, a journey marked by unmeasurable heroics and profound bravery as doctors and nurses helped combat the deadly spread of COVID-19 in the birthplace of the virus. While far from over, the crisis in Wuhan has abated to an extent that some of those who came from distances...

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March 19, 2020

Around January, a mysterious new respiratory illness began to spread rapidly throughout China. At first, through it´s ambiguity, little was known about it other than it mirrored symptoms of pneumonia and was suspected to have originated from one of Wuhan´s wet markets, a birthplace of the previous SARS epidemic. In an effort to quell the growing inevitability of spread, the city of Wuhan was closed in hope that disease would not escape China's borders. Then in the end of January, a few cases popped...

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Together Thailand Stands

Kelsey Byrd, Staff writer
February 20, 2020

Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand - Dozens of traumatized, battered and tragedy-stricken Thais are gathered outside a morgue. They sit in flimsy chairs, and they sit with the understanding of what awaits them indoors. Their loved ones lie dead; forever gone from a world where a soldier has enough anger in his heart to end the lifetime of 29 strangers in a shopping mall. Those killed leave their relatives...

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Kelsey Byrd, Staff writer
February 4, 2020

It can seem that every second, the world grows increasingly more chaotic and unfocused. With headlines run rampant by stories of political corruption, enviornmental crisises and the persistent presence of discrimination in societies, the time put aside to remeber our arguably more messy history is scarce. Every Janurary, though, there comes a day that the world and it’s leaders come together in unified solemness in remeberance of the millions of lives lost in the Holocaust. This year was no...

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Lauren Adkins
March 3, 2020

Entering the work world in high school is intimidating for many teenagers. From the tedious application process, to the nerve-wracking interview- the principle of having a job while also attending high school is fundamental because it teaches you financial and time management, establishing a strong work ethic, and many other life skills that are a necessity in life.    The first issue that arises is deciding where to apply. Finding a job that you’re interested...

Haniya Ali
February 13, 2020

Barney’s Brunch House is a local brunch restaurant located in McKinney, TX. I have been there countless times and I am always pleasantly surprised by how delightful the food and service is. It took 20-25 minutes to be seated due to the restaurant always being busy. I recently ordered the classic French toast with a side of waffle fries and a glass of iced sweet tea. The French toast was warm and flavorful and was served with whipped butter as well as maple syrup, however,...

Off-campus lunch? Off the table

Pravalika Jetty
February 7, 2020

Several students dream of the freedom to simply walk out of school, get in the car with their friends and spend a much needed free lunch period in the midst of a stressful day at one of their favorite places to eat. But, here at Memorial High school, this luxury is often the subject of debate and questioned before students can all go zip off to a McDonald’s near them. The staff...

Let’s Go Ahead and Talk About Hats

Aba Collins
February 7, 2020

Frisco Independent School District has a belief system. Within this system, there are a few principles listed regarding the goals of the district. Occasionally, there are students who seem to find difficulty within FISD’s procedures, one of which being the policy on hats and how they are to not be worn within the building. This adamant policy regarding the dismissal of hats...

Phones Distract

Syed Rizvi
February 5, 2020

How long has it been since you’ve looked at your phone? one minute, maybe two? You could be reading this on your phone as we speak. In today’s up-to-date and speedy society phones have very quickly taken a cozy place in people’s lives. As their companion, anxiety sponge, and most important item. They are very useful indeed, however, do they do more harm than good? In regards...

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