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Biden "Boring" News
Biden "Boring" News
Jessica Lattanzi, Opinions Editor • May 20, 2021

A few months ago, Americans seemed to be addicted to the news. Increasingly surreal melodramas of election anxiety, fraudulent voting, a violent insurrection, impending impeachment,...

The Grammys
The Grammys
Emma Fannin , Staff Reporter • May 20, 2021

On March 14, 2021, world-renowned musicians and hundreds of other celebrities gathered together at the Los Angeles Convention Center for the 63rd annual Grammys. Several talented...

COVID-19 Variants: What They Are and How to Prevent Them From Spreading
COVID-19 Variants: What They Are and How to Prevent Them From Spreading
Natalie Gildea ‘23, Editor-at-Large • May 20, 2021

On April 16, the U.S. national government announced that it would spend $1.7 billion to investigate variants of SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing the pandemic that has devastated...

Deadly Texas Storm Leaves Millions Without Power
Deadly Texas Storm Leaves Millions Without Power
Maggie Turner , Staff Reporter • March 22, 2021

In mid-February, a surprising winter storm hit Texas and other states, leaving them with no power or running water. The storm rendered their power grid to no use with 26 million...

The COVID Vaccine and When It Could Get To You
The COVID Vaccine and When It Could Get To You
Alexander Chen, Staff Reporter • February 1, 2021

After many months of waiting, the COVID-19 vaccine has finally arrived. On December 11th, 2020 the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized an emergency approval of...

Starlink and the Rise of a New Space Internet
Starlink and the Rise of a New Space Internet
Alexander Chen, Staff Reporter • February 1, 2021

Satellite internet may be a foreign term to some of us, but SpaceX’s Starlink will soon turn it into a household name. Current satellite internet runs on a few bus-sized...

Archmere Academy Alumni Joseph R. Biden ‘61 Inaugurated as President in a Unique Ceremony
Archmere Academy Alumni Joseph R. Biden ‘61 Inaugurated as President in a Unique Ceremony
Natalie Gildea, Editor-at-Large • January 28, 2021

“In a turbulent and uncertain world, we must expect crisis to be a constant no matter what we do. But I am convinced that we can deal confidently and successfully with whatever...

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Opinion
Courtesy: DeepMind
Artificial Intelligence’s Existential Threat And What We Can Do About It
Alexander Chen, Staff Reporter • March 6, 2021

In the spring of 2016, DeepMind Technologies, a British artificial intelligence company under Google, shocked the world when its AlphaGo robot beat 18-time world champion...

Why Archmere Should Start Class at 9 am
Why Archmere Should Start Class at 9 am
Simi Edeki, Web Editor • February 3, 2021

Obesity. Anxiety. Depression. Suicide. Millions of high school students face these serious threats every day because of early school start times and sleep deprivation. A National...

The Covid College Crisis
The Covid College Crisis
Emma Heitzenroder, Staff Reporter • February 1, 2021

As the new school year has approached, colleges across the nation struggled with the difficult decision on whether or not to reopen. Those that choose to host students on...

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Sixers and the NBA Playoffs
Sixers and the NBA Playoffs
Brendan McGuire , Sports Editor • May 20, 2021

With the NBA playoffs quickly approaching, many teams are making their final pushes for spots in the playoffs. Teams like the Celtics, Hornets, Heat, Wizards, Pacers, Spurs,...

The Firing of Doug Pederson 
The Firing of Doug Pederson 
Scott Lucarelli, Staff Reporter • February 8, 2021

Last month, following five years with the program, Doug Pederson, Eagles head coach, was fired by the Eagles organization. Reports stated that Pederson was fired for lack...

New Proposal for The Realignment of Football Divisions
New Proposal for The Realignment of Football Divisions
Scott Lucarelli, Staff Reporter • December 18, 2020

In early November, the Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association (DIAA) held their monthly board meeting in which a new and unconventional topic was discussed. The new...

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A COVID St. Patrick’s Day… Take 2 
A COVID St. Patrick’s Day… Take 2 
Grace Koch , Staff Reporter • May 20, 2021

We’ve already been through St. Patrick’s Day during quarantine. Hopefully, we made this one better than the first time around (especially now that there isn’t a toilet...

lifeguard sitting on chair with megaphone at poolside for guarding lives
How to Apply for a Summer Job
Amanda Treston, Features Editor • May 20, 2021

It’s that time of year again, Auks. Summer has arrived, and Archmere...

The “Re” Rise of Birth Signs 
The “Re” Rise of Birth Signs 
Bella Reeves, Staff Reporter • May 20, 2021

Several outdated trends have seemed to slowly pop back up over 2020 and...

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My Year of Rest and Relaxation
My Year of Rest and Relaxation
Maggie Turner , Staff Reporter • May 20, 2021

During the pandemic, we've all gravitated towards movies, TV shows and books to distract us from a terrible reality. I picked up reading for...

Steve Cavanagh’s Award-Winning Series is Back: This Time with a Serial Killer on the Jury
Steve Cavanagh’s Award-Winning Series is Back: This Time with a Serial Killer on the Jury
Grace Koch, Staff Reporter • May 20, 2021

Murder. Mystery. Intrigue. You’ll find all three in Steve Cavanaugh’s TH1RT3EN. Husband and wife, Robert Solomon and Ariella Bloom were Hollywood's...

attends the world premiere of Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures "Avengers: Endgame" at the Los Angeles Convention Center on April 22, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.
WandaVision Review *No Spoilers*
Alexis Rendel, Co-Editor-in-Chief • May 20, 2021

Marvel fans waited throughout quarantine anticipating “WandaVision,” a series set after “Avengers: Endgame” following the supposedly...

Art
Hidden Complexities in Everyday Life
Hidden Complexities in Everyday Life
Kusha Malik September 24, 2020

This drawing is a still life of my faucet, it was a small study that I did last year for Ms. Palmer’s class. Before doing the study I never...

The Beauty of the Impromptu
The Beauty of the Impromptu
Bella Dayrit, Art & Photography Editor • September 22, 2020

I believe the best things are created on a whim: a random thought, an impulsive action, an impromptu gesture.  When you create from thoughts...

Sunny Side Up
Sunny Side Up
Bella Dayrit, Art & Photography Editor • September 16, 2020

In this painting, you may feel a little confused by it no? Actually what you’re seeing is an egg painted on top of an egg! This is actually...