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Coronavirus creates conspiracies

Colm Slevin, Iris News Editor

April 17, 2020

God’s punishment for homosexuality. Bill Gates’ invention to aid pharmaceutical companies and to crash China’s economy. Disney’s plan to promote its streaming site Disney+. A way to re-engineer the population. A side effect o...

Businesses unite to aid COVID-19 front lines

Megan Hinkel, Web & Social Media Manager

April 4, 2020

The coronavirus has put hospitals at risk of running out of supplies, leaving them unprepared to handle the many patients that are entering for testing and treatment. According to washingtonpost.com, around 90 percent of U.S. mayors said they do not have enough supplies like masks and test kits for medical workers, and 85 percent said there are not enough ve...

COVID-19 testing centers

A line of signs in English and Spanish ask visitors to keep their windows up, stay in their cars and informs them that testing is by appointment only, reinforcing the message played on the school’s radio station.

Colm Slevin, Iris News Editor

April 3, 2020

Special education navigates the shift to remote learning

Mira Mehta, R3 Editor in Chief, R4 Well Editor

April 1, 2020

Westfield is in its third week of remote learning, a change which has been difficult for all classes but which poses unique challenges for students with special needs and their teachers. No student has the same experience, and de...

Coronavirus incites hoarding and stockpiling

Abigail Knaul, Web/Social Media Editor

March 28, 2020

Due to the recent spread of COVID-19, people all over the country have been going out and stockpiling common necessities. The rapid spread of Coronavirus has launched the American population into a panic which has resulted in s...

Getting to know Mr. Joseph

Mr. Joseph's Coffee Company Cold Brew Espresso

Zach Rever, R2 Op-Ed Editor

March 27, 2020

Teaching math with Texas flair

Photograph of Julie Hutchinson

Greta McLaughlin, R1 Editor-In-Chief

March 27, 2020