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Vaccine Emotions

Kaia Mills-Lee and Kate Freedman | June 22, 2021

Katelyn Long After almost a year of not being able to see her students in person or her extended family, CHS teacher, Katelyn Long was elated to find out that she was eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. When the pandemic initially started in March, Long, like many others, was fearful of contracting the virus, especially because she has type one diabetes and didn’t know what the effects...

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The Rise in Antisemitism

Seraphina Corbo, Isabella Balmnolker, and Kate Freedman | May 6, 2021

In Uman, Ukraine, a visibly Jewish man was attacked at a supermarket. In Austria, the head of Graz’s Jewish community was attacked with a wooden club. In Delaware, firefighters responded to a fire at the Chabad Center of the University of Delaware caused by an arson attack. In Boise, Idaho on Dec. 7, nine swastika stickers were placed throughout the Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial. Then, as Jewish...

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Productivity Culture: Art and Capitalism Through the Lens of Clayton High School

Ella Cuneo

Poland’s Abortion Ban

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People hold banners and shout slogans as they protest for the second day against the Constitutional Court ruling on tightening the abortion law next to the Law and Justice chairman house, Jaroslaw Kaczynski on October 23, 2020 in Warsaw, Poland. Yesterday, the country's Constitutional Tribunal ruled in favour of a ban on abortions in cases of fetal defects, tightening Poland's restrictive abortion laws even further. The decision means that abortions will only be permitted in cases of rape, incest or when the mother's health is at risk.

Texas In Trouble

Juan Figueroa/The Dallas Morning News/TNS)

A snow-covered downtown Dallas, Texas seen from South Houston Street on Monday, February 15, 2021.

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