Monthly Archives: May 2020

Celebrities are helping out the community more than ever before

By Ruby Balbuena and Taylor Vu Staff Writers With the COVID-19 pandemic that is currently happening, celebrities have chosen to help support their community by donating money and supplies as well as helping those that have been affected by the lockdown. One celebrity that took action is singer, Demi Levato. She decided to launch “The Mental Health Fund” for those

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Milagros Morris stays resilient

By Evelyn Archibald and Mytrisha Sarmiento  Staff Editors Milagros Morris, Spanish II teacher at Summit Shasta, has been a strong and recognizable presence on campus since joining last school year. “Some people think that I’m – that I look shy, but I am not. I am very outgoing, I have an outgoing personality. I have a great sense of humor,

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Businesses adapt to new norms

By Polina Runova Staff Editor The COVID-19 pandemic has brought change in routine to everyone, and small businesses in particular are working to adjust. For some, this means requiring masks and shortening menus, while for others it means shutting down entirely. The pandemic is causing many to balance finances and safety in order to stay afloat.    June Lake is

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Rainier’s graduation and Prom changed dates

By Charlie Stattion Staff Editor Prom and senior graduation were already planned before the shelter-in-place and now, since Summit is following county guidelines, these celebrations will have to be arranged differently to follow those guidelines. Since the beginning of quarantine, Rainier has set teams to cover graduation and Prom logistics. Prom was rescheduled to Saturday, May 23, and graduation was

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Classic “Millionaire” returns to ABC with a solid revival, yet the new host doesn’t fit the bill

By Ethaniel Reyes Staff Editor 21 years after it first premiered on ABC primetime, the classic quiz show “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” is back on the network with the popular late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel. The eight-episode long series is airing primetime on the network every Thursday at 8:00pm, bringing back all the original pieces of “Millionaire” from

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Students abroad in America left abandoned amid the COVID-19 epidemic

By Vu Nguyen and Karla Tran Staff Writers Due to the coronavirus, many foreign students have been left stranded overseas with no way of getting back into their countries. The pandemic has left many people held back in different countries around the world. More than 1 million international students studying in the United States live in college dormitories, prompting them

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