Statesman

Hindsight is 2020

Hindsight is 2020

May 21, 2020

Volume 53- Senior Issue, May 2020

Community Consolidation

Community Consolidation

Caimin Xi, Jasmine Sun, and Natalie King

April 27, 2020

While many maintain social distancing from home, essential workers work tirelessly

Covid Consequences

Covid Consequences

Lily Jiang, Humza Quazi, and Greycen Ren

April 25, 2020

As a result of stay-at-home orders, students and faculty members face new challenges

Service from a Distance

Service from a Distance

Alexandra Gergova, Cheryl Chen, and Trisha Patel

April 25, 2020

Community members find unique ways to remain involved during quarantine

Quarantine Activities

Quarantine Activities

Emily Lu, Ayla Dursun, and Janice Lee

April 25, 2020

Staffers suggest creative ways to stay occupied while staying at home

Q & A with the Community

Q & A with the Community

Stephanie Levitt and Paulina Ornatsky

April 23, 2020

Stevenson community weighs in about COVID-19 quarantine

E-learning versus Traditional Learning

E-learning versus Traditional Learning

Pooja Jain, Staff Reporter

April 22, 2020

Staffers debate the merits and drawbacks of remote learning days

Quarantine Fitness Tips

Quarantine Fitness Tips

Sophia Ismail and Elyssa Gavenda

April 22, 2020

While the coronavirus may be prohibiting people from doing their normal workout routines, it’s still important to stay active. By exercising at home, you can improve both your physical and mental health.

COVID-19 Calls Timeout

COVID-19 Calls Timeout

Bayarmaa Bat-erdene, Griffin Brown, and Vaasu Kakuturu

April 21, 2020

Winter and spring athletics canceled due to COVID-19 breakout

Quarantine Tips

Quarantine Tips

Ben Bowler and Lila Maiolo

April 21, 2020

Staffers outline suggestions for stimulating, healthy ways to stay occupied during lockdown

SHS Provides Health Supplies for the Community

SHS Provides Health Supplies for the Community

Anjini Grover, Managing Editor- Print

April 20, 2020

On March 24, Stevenson donated health supplies, such as masks, gloves, toilet paper, and hand towels to local police and fire departments amidst the spread of COVID-19. During Spring Break, it became apparent to health teacher Jill Lipman that students likely would not return to school. Soon afte...

Covid Conflicts

Covid Conflicts

Melissa Liu and Sailaja Nallacheruvu

April 20, 2020

Staffers discuss prevalent social conflicts stemming from the Covid-19 outbreak

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