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Silver Lining: Nilles

What has been your silver lining personally during this quarantine time? More family time. My senior is graduating and this time has allowed us to slow down and have a bunch of unexpected family time that is usually eaten up by a ton of activities. I have had time for personal projects and hobbies (and […]

Features Life US & World

Op-Ed: Life Without Toilet Paper

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in March 2020, demand for sanitary supplies such as hand sanitizer and toilet paper rose to an all-time high as bustling crowds of customers rushed to local stores to buy their fill of the products. In the wake of the initial spread of the virus, shops were left with little […]

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Seniors React to Track Cancelations

Seniors around the nation are being stripped of their final high school athletic seasons this spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These cancelations are devastating for athletes who have been working towards goals for years, whether personal or for the team. Senior Tyler Renteria, a shot put and discus thrower, said, “I felt like last year […]

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CSD Provides Important Services for Students

Since the beginning of the self-quarantine order, schools and students have had to adapt a lot. However, the cancellation of school also means the cancellation of school lunches served at noon and access to the internet for some students in the Camas School District. Fortunately, the District has enough funding and resources to continue offering […]

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Op-Ed: Mentally Coping Through Quarantine

Quarantine is a stressful time for everyone. This can be especially for those with mental health issues, those at risk, for those who have family members at risk, and people with abusive or toxic households.  The CDC recommends ways to cope with stress and/or a pre-existing mental health issue. They say to not obsess over […]

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Maintaining Mental Health Through A Pandemic

The coronavirus outbreak means school is closed through the end of the year with no known return date, and this lack of structure and a world filled with unknowns can really do a number on a person’s psyche. Maintaining mental wellness is critical for both students and staff during these times of uncertainty. “It’s easy […]