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Oracle After Hours: How music filled the void of 2020 and creates hope for 2021

Oracle After Hours: How music filled the void of 2020 and creates hope for 2021

Connor Fondrevay-Bedell, columnist
December 31, 2020

With 2020 crawling to an end, we are finishing a year that has left us no shortage of memories. From the relatively few highs to the litany of lows, these moments will be with us for a very long time.  As...

Systemic issues plague 2020

Systemic issues plague 2020

Sarah Ordway, asst. opinions editor
October 2, 2020

2020 is, for a lack of a better term, just plain old weird. I can’t watch a television show without getting upset at the characters for not wearing masks, only to realize that it was filmed years ago....

Social media influences teens now more than ever

Social media influences teens now more than ever

Carolina Rodriguez, asst. opinions editor
October 2, 2020

Scrolling through my Instagram feed, I see the red story bubbles of many of my peers’ pages. With one click, my screen opens up to a post on the importance of voting for the upcoming elections; with...

Illustration by Ella Prillaman

“Carry On” into 2020; leave your past behind

Emily Blumberg, asst. opinions editor
December 20, 2019

There is nothing more relaxing than going on a Sunday drive around the North Shore. Passing the lake and catching a glimpse of all the decorated storefronts puts my mind at ease. Stopping to get a warm...

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