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David walsh sits behind his desk while educating his students during distance learning.

Teacher hot takes on virtual learning

Anne Daniel, Reporter January 20, 2021

Covid-19 has created a world of uncertainty and panic where educators have needed to adapt to in order to attempt to create a semblance of normalness, both for themselves and their students. Classrooms...

Raphael Warnock

Like a pendulum: Georgia flips blue after runoff election, turning the Senate democrat

Katie Hillemeyer, Editor January 15, 2021

Last Tuesday, Incumbent Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue were each up for reelection in November against democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff. AP, ABC and NPR have all called the election at...

2020 election summary

Delnaz Kazemi, Reporter December 7, 2020

The 2020 presidential election was described by many as historic. Although Joe Biden has been named President-elect after he gained 306 electoral votes, according to the AP, current president Donald Trump...

One after another: Eagles soar in band, choir, debate contests

Katie Hillemeyer, Editor December 1, 2020

Despite COVID-19, the Arts Department is finding ways to let students show off their skills thanks to determination from students, coaches, advisors and those hosting competitions and auditions. During...

Lack of state policy for service animals negatively affecting state employees

Hailey Bridgford, Reporter October 22, 2020

Oklahoma state employees are faced with case-by-case approval and denial for service animals due to lack of policy surrounding service animals. According to federal guidelines in place for service animals...

Black-owned businesses suffer COVID-19 impact

Delnaz Kazemi, Reporter October 21, 2020

Businesses have been hit hard during the pandemic. Small businesses across the country have had to close because they simply could not keep their business running. A survey found that 83.5% of local businesses...

Radishes and renovations

Kyle Seodara, Reporter October 20, 2020

Students had to make a choice in the summer: attend school with the likelihood it would be from home, or sign up for Edgenuity, an online-based education platform for a semester.

Distance learning provides opportunities, challenges

Katie Hillemeyer, Editor October 12, 2020

Students are needing to become accustomed to new everything: new ways of turning in assignments, contacting teachers, and hosting school activities. Perhaps the biggest change to Harding has been the introduction...

A beautiful photo of light installation art depicting two people.

State sex ed laws leave students bewildered about options

Anne Daniel, Reporter October 9, 2020

The annual Healthy Lifestyles talk has been considered a tradition, almost a rite of passage, for the freshman class every January. But under a more modern lens, the traditional talk may not be reaching...

Reeves, Winter 'Face the Music' one last time

Reeves, Winter ‘Face the Music’ one last time

Lilly Franca, Media October 5, 2020

Bill: Be excellent to each other. Ted: And party on, dudes. “Bill & Ted Face the Music” with some advice, watch  “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure” (1989) and “Bill & Ted’s...

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