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Inconsistencies with education continues in a global pandemic
Students respond to the COVID-19 Pandemic
The existential crisis of choosing a college during a worldwide pandemic
Quarantine has impacted the way students use social media

Quarantine has impacted the way students use social media

April 22, 2020

As people are adapting to quarantine life, the use of social media has become of even greater importance. Students and teachers can utilize social networks to communicate...

Social distancing has slowed down life, redefining normal

Social distancing has slowed down life, redefining normal

April 21, 2020

The Coronavirus outbreak has changed the way the world operates, at least for the time being. Families are spending more time indoors, surrounded by each other. Gone are the...

Changes in learning and testing shift to a new normal

Changes in learning and testing shift to a new normal

April 9, 2020

With the comfort of working in pajamas, students are gaining momentum in remote learning. Students have had to adapt to these new changes and make new routines to make sure...

After a long struggle with identity, the Boy Scouts declare bankruptcy

After a long struggle with identity, the Boy Scouts declare bankruptcy

April 8, 2020

The Boy Scouts of America filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Feb. 8 after facing numerous lawsuits from former members. This has been a long time coming, with membership numbers...

Cancelation of school activities and events have affected the future plans of students

Cancelation of school activities and events have affected the future plans of students

March 19, 2020

Along with the closure of school, there will be no extracurricular activities, athletics, or events at Metea until further notice. These cancelations come at a critical time...

Daylight saving time reignites controversy over observance

Daylight saving time reignites controversy over observance

March 11, 2020

As morning arises on the second Sunday of March, people stutter at their clocks realizing they may be an hour late to start their day. This widely adopted practice of moving...

Girl Talk: Putting an end to the stigma of menstruation

Girl Talk: Putting an end to the stigma of menstruation

March 9, 2020

There is shame and guilt in talking about our periods. People with periods hold their tongues when talking about their experiences or any help they need. Over around 500 cycles...

Hollywood has misrepresented Hispanic culture in American films/ Hollywood no puede representar los latinos con pura violencia

Hollywood has misrepresented Hispanic culture in American films/ Hollywood no puede representar los latinos con pura violencia

February 26, 2020

Project Revolution fosters student advocacy in politics

Project Revolution fosters student advocacy in politics

February 18, 2020

The anxious high schoolers awaited their elected officials to begin the Power of Politics Political Forum on Feb. 16. After an internship with State Senator Ram Villivalam,...

One Year Later

One Year Later

February 14, 2020

Within a few days of the mass shooting at the Henry Pratt warehouse in Aurora one year ago, most people across the country added Aurora to their mental list of shootings. For the people of Aurora, however, the shock of a mass shooting at home remained.

Chicago Public Schools make strides in their inclusion efforts.

Chicago Public Schools make strides in their inclusion efforts.

February 12, 2020

 Eunice Kennedy Shriver is a staple icon within Special Olympics. She started Camp Shriver which was a camp for young people with intellectual disabilities that started in...

Metea recognizes academic excellence without class ranking

Metea recognizes academic excellence without class ranking

February 6, 2020

Metea, along with other schools in District 203 and 204, does not do class ranking in its system. Class ranking is something that puts the students in numerical order of GPA...

Month in review: January

Month in review: January

February 4, 2020

Australia fires  2020 started out with upward of 11 million hectares of Australian land destroyed by bush fires. How the fires started varies from case to case, but the...

Missouri House Bill resurfaces ideas about literary censorship

Missouri House Bill resurfaces ideas about literary censorship

January 29, 2020

The Parental Oversight of Public Libraries Act entered the Missouri House of Representatives on Jan. 8 as part of Missouri House Bill 2044. The Bill pushed for the creation...

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