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With the ongoing pandemic, Thanksgiving will look different this year.

Thanksgiving Traditions in 2020

Emma Kim, Staff Writer November 25, 2020

For many families, Thanksgiving would be incomplete without the loud talking, the boisterous laughter, and the occasional fight.  This year, however, may be a different experience.  Most will have emptier...

Thanksgiving should give us pause to reflect on the ways Native cultures have been treated and to dedicate ourselves to correcting our wrongs.

Busting Bliss: Reversing the Wrongs Done to Native Cultures

Julia Poppa, Photography Editor November 25, 2020

I remember being in Kindergarten and coming into school the day before Thanksgiving when the tables were decorated with construction paper feathers. We would eat a little fake dinner and talk about how...

COVID-19 will open up a new door of firsts for America's favorite Thanksgiving tradition.

Then and Now: the Macy’s Day Parade

Anna Parsons, Staff Writer November 25, 2020

It’s Thanksgiving. The smell of early morning cooking fills the air. The TV clicks on, and suddenly the living room is transformed into a massive celebration of thanks. 50-foot balloons soar through...

This year, many Americans plan to stay home for the holidays.

Thanksgiving Activity Ideas

Michaela Golik, Staff Writer November 25, 2020

For many families this year, Thanksgiving plans look a little different. While celebrations may be scaled back in size, there are still ways you can have fun this weekend: 1. Schedule a Zoom call If...

The First Thanksgiving at Plymouth

The History of Thanksgiving

Emma Kim, Staff Writer November 25, 2020

Let’s rewind 400 years before turkeys, pumpkin pies, and Pilgrim hats became staples of Thanksgiving.  At the beginning of the 17th century, the Thanksgiving was born, but it has quite evolved since.   66...

Elizabeth Ann Baker passed away on March 6th, 2020.  Her memorial service remains indefinitely postponed.

Beloved Memories in the Absence of Memorial

Abby Pingpank, News Editor November 24, 2020

When I woke up on the morning of Friday, March 6th, 2020, it felt like a normal day. I went to school and was preparing for my musical performance later in the evening. It turned out to be a day that I...

The Girl's Tennis team was able to safely hold their senior night with some slight modifications.

An Altered Celebration

Alyssa Bruce, Copy Editor November 24, 2020

On a traditional senior night, student-athletes are bombarded with flashes of cameras held by elated parents, colorful posters, and even flowers. They typically walk under the black and gold inflatable...

With the arrival of winter comes the risk that we are one of the roughly 10 millions Americans who struggle with Seasonal Affective Disorder.

Out of Season

Maddie Harris, Staff Writer November 24, 2020

The arrival of the holiday season and all its attendant joy can mask a serious problem that affects over ten million Americans. As trees grow bare and skies turn to slate, Seasonal Affective Disorder...

Largely unknown to today's students of American history, Charles Curtis was America's first non-white vice-president.

A Little-Known Trailblazer

Ryan Nash, Staff Writer November 24, 2020

In‌ ‌the‌ ‌past‌ ‌decade‌ ‌and‌ ‌a‌ ‌half,‌ ‌America ‌has ‌seen‌ ‌its ‌first‌ ‌non-white‌ ‌president,‌ ‌Barack‌ ‌Obama,‌ ‌and‌ ‌‌first‌...

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Console Wars: Who Wins?

Zachary Ludwick, Staff Writer November 24, 2020

Contrary to popular belief, there is something else to talk about besides COVID-19 and the election. Console wars are back! The Xbox Series X and the PlayStation 5 released in earlier this month, so let...

Live(streamed) from the NASH Auditorium!

Live(streamed) from the NASH Auditorium!

Sophia Caruso, Staff Writer November 23, 2020

It has been a year of firsts, but last Saturday's production of Almost, Maine, which was live-streamed due to the spread of COVID-19, was a particularly new experience not only for the cast and crew but...

Traditional Indian clothing holds symbolism within the colors and patterns.

Continuation of Culture

Jess Daninhirsch, Junior Photography Editor November 23, 2020

North Allegheny is undoubtedly a melting pot, with countless students coming from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds. This series, inspired by the NAEye’s “Americanized” series, will highlight...

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