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Living in the moment

Living in the moment

Adam Monnette, Live Media Manager
May 24, 2021
As a current in-person learner, Shaun Stubenvoll, sophomore, says despite seeing people violating social distancing rules, it is still possible in schools. “Of course it’s possible, and with vaccines coming out by the time we start school next year, hopefully social distancing will be a distant memory,” Stubenvoll said.

Not enforced, not practiced

Sasha Kek, Secretary
April 27, 2021
Nikko Gajowniczek, junior, entertains himself by playing piano in his AP Chemistry class. However, Gajowniczek says this distraction pales in comparison to the distractions at home that in-person school has helped him get away from.

A new reality?

Max Feldman, Magazine Editor-in-Chief
April 19, 2021
Hallways such as the S-Hallway shown here have been sanctioned off as a one-way hallway for hybrid learners. Other hallways have been divided into two sides in order to promote social distancing.

LZ begins hybrid learning

Alex Ketcham, Sports Editor
October 5, 2020
Due to social distancing, music students at home have been doing private lessons remotely at home. Louisa Hagen, freshman, prepares to video chat with her teacher through Zoom right before her private lesson.

Music despite distance

Jane Yu, Bear Facts Contributor
May 18, 2020
Priest broadcasts mass through cell phone. For many religious people. these virtual gatherings have been a source of comfort and normalcy.

Faith in isolation

Olivia Donnelly, Staff Writer
April 28, 2020
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