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December 2, 2020

At the end of a typical semester, students take an exam over all the content they covered in the class, but these exams look very different this year with COVID-19. The scheduled dates for midterms this year are Jan. 12-14 and teachers will have the option to assign th...

November 25, 2020

The Pioneers boys’ soccer season will be a year to remember. From the uncertainty of being able to have any season at all to having the entire regular season and advancing to the district semi-finals for the second year in a row is nothing short of a blessing. In July,...

November 21, 2020

So, a few friends of mine had the genius idea of going on a dating app made for teens called Yubo, with the main goal of just meeting more cool people. Obviously, I had to make a profile; it would be a shame to miss out on this amazing opportunity.

My friends spent some...

November 21, 2020

Midterms: this word tends to set off the panic alarm in the minds of most. However, this year, that stress could vanish as some students will not need to take these tests.

           

Altering the hybrid schedule to fit t...

November 21, 2020

In the 2018 Hallmark film, “Christmas Perfection”, Caitlyn Thompson, Robbie Silverman and James Henri-Thomas are in a love triangle of confusion while stuck in an alternate reality all while trying to understand the true meaning of Christmas.

The root of the plot begins...

November 21, 2020

Imagine a world where social networking did not exist. No Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, or Twitter. “The Social Dilemma”, a 2020 film directed by Jeff Orlowski, explores the consequences of the world’s growing reliance on social media and can be found on Netflix.  It c...

November 21, 2020

The retail industry took a big blow this year due to COVID-19 and the other catastrophic happenings of 2020 in general. From slow-moving sales to shipping delays and even coping with the issue of worker-safety concerns hurting them on both ends- meaning fewer staff wor...

November 20, 2020

Orange high school has countless clubs and extracurriculars students can participate in varying from coffee club, to medical club, to interact. DECA may be something for students who haven’t found something that appeals to them yet.

DECA is a worldwide organization for...

November 20, 2020

As the winter holidays approach, many people are taking the opportunity to give back to their community by volunteering. However, COVID-19 has made it significantly more difficult.

           

Many people are more relucta...

November 20, 2020

Polling places swing their doors open early in the morning and hundreds of people scramble through after awaiting many months to cast their ballots. However, the broadcasting team, The Juice, scrambles through the doors of the school to prepare for a 12-hour news cover...

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