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CON: Should students be required to show their faces during distance learning?

CON: Should students be required to show their faces during distance learning?

Benjamin Tran, Entertainment Editor, Social Media Editor

October 30, 2020

(See the PRO side here.) Alarms ringing!  Scrambling out of bed!  Rushing to open the computer to get to the Zoom link and clicking on the option to “Join without Video.”  Sound familiar?  Despite numerous teachers wanting their students to turn on their cameras during online classes, ...

PRO: Should students be required to show their faces during distance learning?

PRO: Should students be required to show their faces during distance learning?

Jasmine Castillo, Feature Editor, Copy Editor

October 30, 2020

(See the CON side here.) With the start of distance learning, students have been eager to complain about the inconveniences and problems they face, while not realizing that they contribute to one of the biggest issues: the refusal to show their faces.   Students should not be allowed to have th...

Distance Learning proves challenging for both staff and students

A Helping Hand: Junior Takeyia Thompson sometimes has to leave her own classes to assist her second grade sister, Maliyah, and must email her teachers after class to explain or ask questions.

Eileen Tran, Art Editor, Social Media Editor

October 30, 2020

If students had been told a year ago that they would be able to attend class while still in their pajamas — and even still in bed — most students would have jumped at the chance.  Today, however, some admit that they’d rather be on campus, fully dressed, at 7:20, every single day.   Every ...

Local businesses adapt to COVID-19

Social Distancing: An employee at Michael David Winery in Lodi, CA takes a customer's order from the passenger side of the customer's vehicle.

Alex Bussey, Feature Editor

April 16, 2020

Everyone can agree that this period of time is one of great uncertainty.  This uncertainty is magnified for small business owners; with the statewide Stay-at-Home order in place, people aren’t going out to shop as much as they did before.  Furthermore, trips are restricted to essential goods such as food...

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