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Washington Football: A New Name for a New Era
Society’s Cage: How the Black Lives Matter Movement is Being Reflected in 2020 Art

December 14, 2020

There were no anecdotes of peace or relief, only horrific stories that made me question humanity...This installation was created in response to the deaths of both George Floyd and Breonna Taylor as a way to educate, reflect, and record different experiences.

Running from Isolation – How SSFS Track Athletes are Staying Fit

June 8, 2020

How are Sandy Spring track athletes trying to stay fit in lockdown? All the Wildebeests runners echo a common objective – to confront the hindrance of Covid-19 with speed and devotion

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The Legacy of Chadwick Boseman
A Vectors Acrostic Poetry
Quarantine Journals: A Creative Reflection

Quarantine Journals: A Creative Reflection

June 12, 2020

The Donut Debacle

The Donut Debacle

June 8, 2020

I couldn’t even remember the last time I had eaten a donut; this was fate.

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A Brilliant Bond Born
The Economy Under Trump
The Election of Kamala Harris; What it means for women in the United States

The Election of Kamala Harris; What it means for women in the United States

December 14, 2020

November 4, 2020. Millions of people across the United States awoke desperately checking their phones, searching for some indication of the results of a monumental election in deciding the direction of the nation for the next four years. In reality, it would take almost two more days to elect Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as President- and Vice President-Elect of the United States for the next four years.

How Did Masks Become Politicized?

How Did Masks Become Politicized?

December 14, 2020

The concept of a face mask, an effortless yet inhibitory measure, has evolved into a massive debate between Republicans and Democrats in the United States.

The State of DC’s Homeless Population in the midst of COVID-19

The State of DC’s Homeless Population in the midst of COVID-19

June 8, 2020

"Amidst our disappointment, we must remember those whose situations during this pandemic are even more uncertain and dangerous. In DC, the homeless population has no way of quarantining themselves or maintaining safe coronavirus precautions."

Have We Seen a Pandemic Like COVID-19 Before?

Have We Seen a Pandemic Like COVID-19 Before?

May 7, 2020

Recently, it seems as though the only thing that has been on anyone’s mind is the COVID-19 virus and its rapid spread throughout the world. Yet, have we been here before?

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