News: Students respond to the removal of the mask mandate
By Sophia Jech Mask mandates in schools have been a highly controversial issue lately, especially with our latest change in mask rules at Batavia High School. The removal of our mask mandate has sparked opinions of teachers and parents that have been quite conflicting. In all this mess of opinions, what do students, the largest […]
OPINION: Shelters are filling up again, people abandoning their quarantine pets
By Paige Blasi During the Covid-19 pandemic, many people stayed in their homes and even worked online. With the idea that we would be at home for some time, many chose to adopt pets from shelters. The shelters were eventually completely empty. When people had to return back to work a lot decided to send […]
Covid-19’s effect on students
By Alyssa Hurley & Aubrey de Guzman Ever since covid-19 started, it has brought major changes to students’ lives. A Q&A was formed for five Batavia High School students participating in the hybrid schedule: Sarah Hecht, a freshman; Brodie Pecor, a sophomore; And Kayla Brown, Emma Weirich, and Julia Neave, all juniors. Questions were asked […]
The Silver Screen’s Golden Exit: Could this be the end of theatres?
By Drew Page A lot of people like movies; that’s pretty obvious, no? And a lot more people have been sat on by last year and all of its…uniqueness. That includes people being quarantined for the majority of the year, restaurants and other eating establishments boarding up shops, and angry, 40-year-old women who need to […]