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Will we have a COVID-free summer?

Yoav Kovar, Staff Writer May 18, 2021

It has been 495 days since lockdowns began in the United States. As the COVID-19 vaccine becomes widely available across the world, people wonder if this summer would be a much needed COVID-free experience....

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3 Manual Hobbies that You Should Begin to Help Cope with 2021

Rachel Yu, Social Media Manager April 22, 2021

It’s 11:15 PM on a Saturday night, and I just arrived home from tennis practice. To be honest, that might’ve been the most exhausting two hours of my life. I am grateful to play tennis, since it is...

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One Year (and more) Later…

Paul Yoon April 22, 2021

The once busy streets packed with life were now empty.  The streets that once contained people pushing and fighting were now filled with trash bags and flying papers.  There was nothing.  Shops were...

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COVID + the College Admissions Process: A Podcast

Michelle Taliento · COVID + the College Admissions Process: Part 1 Michelle Taliento · COVID + the College Admissions Process: Part 2

Cresskill’s unprecedented snow day shakes up pandemic learning

Cresskill’s unprecedented snow day shakes up pandemic learning

Shelly Ben-Dor and Benjamin Veytsman January 11, 2021

COVID-19 has caused many hardships and taught us how to change our old habits into anew. A lot of struggles came from how our school routine clashed with social distancing requirements. As a result, school...

COVID-19 Vaccine Making History

COVID-19 Vaccine Making History

Emily Brennan January 11, 2021

As 2020 came to an end, things seemed to turn around with the approval for a covid vaccine. Over the past 10 months, the coronavirus pandemic has flipped our world upside down; killing over a million people,...

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The Contribution of Social Media during COVID-19

Rachel Yu, Social Media Manager January 11, 2021

With COVID-19 impacting our daily lives, it is certainly not an exaggeration to claim that the year 2020, so far, has been quite an unpredictable adventure. Many schools and businesses have been shutting...

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The Pros and Cons: Hybrid vs. Full Remote Learning

Ashley Spindler and Alyssa Shick November 3, 2020

The first day of school did not look the same for everyone. Some students woke up to temperature and health form checks, while others woke up and kept their pajamas on all day. Covid-19 has impacted the...

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COVID-19 vs. the Environment

Ellah Krichman and Emma Mor October 29, 2020

With all the big and pressing issues going on in our world today, climate change and littering may seem like the least of our problems. However, after reading about all the terrible effects they have on...

How Teachers at Cresskill High School Have Adapted to Hybrid Learning

How Teachers at Cresskill High School Have Adapted to Hybrid Learning

Jack Stovall and Paul Yoon October 27, 2020

As COVID-19 hit the world unexpectedly, everyone’s lives were changed.  People have lost businesses, steady sources of income, and their normal way of life.  Students lost a majority of their school...

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CHS In-Person Learning Shut Down for Two Weeks

Emma Mor October 27, 2020

After the scare we had last week (two days of fully remote learning), students were more than eager to finally return to the routine of things. However, routine will have to wait since everyone’s parents...

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How To Safely Celebrate Halloween in 2020

Suzanne Slovak, Staff Writer October 26, 2020

In wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, celebrating holidays will certainly be a bit different than in previous years. Kids and adults alike will be forced to implement new safety precautions, such as social...

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