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Class of 2020 Op-Ed: Chris Biermann

Normality: it is something I wish I hadn’t taken for granted on the morning of March 13th. When I heard the news, I thought it was a joke until a barrage of news feed notifications, texts, and Snapchat messages hit my phone like a nuclear missile. As I walked out the doors that day a […]

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Class of 2020 Op-Ed: Logan Kesting

So much has happened this year at Camas High School, including the lockdown and Dr. Sejkora drama; many, if not all, students were looking for a normal conclusion to the 2019-20 school year.  Seniors, in particular, wanted a normal prom, senior activities, commencement and grad party; we wanted the whole experience that our predecessors were […]

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Class of 2020 Op-Ed: Elizabeth Nilles

Well, here’s to the weirdest year of school I’ve ever had. If someone told me in September that the last day of school would be in March, that “senior skip day” would be “senior skip three months,” and that there would be a nationwide toilet paper shortage, I would have laughed and told them to […]

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Class of 2020 Op-Ed: Steven Sturges

March 13, 2020 A.D.: a date which will live in infamy, at least among zoomers. On that seemingly average day, the governor of the greatest state in the entirety of the United States of America, Jay Inslee, declared schools closed in Washington until April 24, 2020 A.D. and that individuals across the state were to […]

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Senior Op-Ed: Cole Starmer

With the closing of the school, I had to ask myself the hardest question I’ve faced in a long time. What am I going to do with myself in quarantine at home for months? Like many people, I could’ve easily named multiple pastimes to occupy my time such as running and hiking, reading, playing video […]