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New Junior Ambassadors Dallas Larson and Grace Poynor serving at the Senior Rite Mass.
“Sick” of Holding Doors
Max Merhi, Editor in Chief • September 14, 2020
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Quarantine's Newest Symptom: Ruined Sleep Schedules?
Jaren Morgan, Copy Editor • May 18, 2020
Juan Diego
What’s the Plan?
Max Merhi, Sports Editor • May 11, 2020
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The 2020 NFL Draft started April 23 and ended April 25.
Winners and Losers in the NFL Draft
Diego Valdez, Staff Writer • May 18, 2020
The girls
Tack and Gronseth Take over Girls LAX Program
Caroline Arceneaux, Guest Writer • April 20, 2020
Juan Diego Baseball team
Are Spring Sports Over?
Zaira Diaz, Entertainment Editor • April 6, 2020
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The deadly and unknown virus that took this world by surprise.
A Timeline on the Coronavirus Outbreak
Hans Fenton, Staff Writer • April 23, 2020
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Kobe with his daughter, courtside, at a Los Angeles Lakers and Atlanta Hawks NBA game.
For Kobe and Gigi Bryant
Diego Valdez, Staff Writer • February 10, 2020
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People fill the streets of Macau, China, donning face masks to protect from the spreading Coronavirus.
Rise of the Coronavirus
Lacey Cintron, Copy Editor • February 4, 2020
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99: The Future Issue
99: The Future Issue
May 11, 2020

The Speaking Eagle staff takes a look at the future: where will be in 20 years? Where will seniors be next year? What advice do seniors have for freshmen? Beyond that, we look at electric cars, exploding knee caps, and of course, coronavirus.

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99: The Emotion Issue
99: The Emotion Issue
March 23, 2020

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99: The Techno Issue
99: The Techno Issue
March 16, 2020

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Staying Six Feet Away May be the Only Way to Save the Day

Annie Harris, Social Media and Website Coordinator
May 18, 2020

The term social distancing is a new thing to hear for most 21st century human beings. Staying six feet away from the people who you used to see on a normal basis can be hard, but it is also  the only thing that can make your life feel normal again. Everyone in the world is coming to grips with the new normal. Restaurants are closing, toilet paper is selling out, hair salons aren’t taking clients,...

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4 Treats to Bake During Quarantine

Olivia Thomas, Op/Ed Editor
May 5, 2020

  My grandmother was an amazing woman. She was born and raised in Louisiana, joined the Navy, where she met my grandfather, moved to a tiny town in northern Minnesota, raised six kids, including my dad, survived cancer, and passed away 2 years ago after living with Alzheimer’s for over 20 years. Besides being a great wife, mother, and grandmother, she was a legendary chef in the kitchen....

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Songs That Mean Something Right Now

Ashley Hemmersmeier, Editor-In-Chief
May 4, 2020

Through thick and thin music gets us through anything, Miss Rona. Music is something that keeps everyone together and connected. For me, music has been one thing that has kept me sane and not feeling alone in this tough time. So, I thought sharing a few songs is overdue.            Safe by Nico Santos This is one of my favorite songs. Whenever...

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24 Movies To Keep You Busy During Spring Break

Ashley Hemmersmeier, Editor-in-Chief
April 7, 2020

Best Of Netflix to watch over your Coronacation. Here are some movies through a series of genres to keep you busy during the next few weeks without school and sports. Family Friendly Incredibles 2: An action-adventure that goes through the life of an abnormal family. The Karate Kid: A twist on an old classic, a young boy learns karate and becomes a master.  Christopher Robin: Have you ever...

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