Similar to todays historical COVID-19, the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic is known as the deadliest virus in recent history having very similar tides to the Coronavirus, April. 29.
While COVID-19 continues to spread around the globe, the earth itself is having positive benefits from the time citizens are spending indoors, April, 23.
As high school students began to prepare for their future, the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) plays a vital role in determining admission and readiness for college, April 17.
Due to the impact of COVID-19, businesses, schools and churches across the nation are asked to switch regular activity to alternatives in order to keep the community safe and healthy, April. 3.
Amongst the COVID-19 pandemic, a vast number of states and counties across the world are ordering it's residents to social distance and isolate themselves to help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus.
As the winter sports comes to an end, Winter Sports Awards Banquet honored athletes for their accomplishments. The banquet recognized both varsity boys and girls soccer, varsity boys and girls basketball and JV boys basketball, in the Peoples Church gym, March. 9.
Experiencing hardships as well as success, international student Amanda (Chau) Phan '21, shares insight on her experiences while coming to America, March 4.