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DC small businesses adapt to pandemic challenges

By Anya Weller '22 April 26, 2021

With over 500,000 lives lost and 30 million people contracting the Covid-19 virus, it is safe to say that 2020 was a hard year for every American. Although the virus has had fatal consequences, the implications...

A look back at how the major sports leagues made it through their 2020 seasons

By Hunter Harold '22 December 26, 2020

COVID-19 has put a lot of businesses, organizations, and daily ways of life at a halt, but not professional sports associations. They have found a way to maneuver around the virus to finish their 2019-2020...

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2020 Women’s March takes place during an election in a troubled country

By Sophia Rasevic '22 November 18, 2020

The fourth Women’s March during Donald Trump’s presidency occurred on October 17th, 2020. There has been a Women’s March every year since Trump’s inauguration. The first three took place towards...

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Renaming in progress for Woodrow Wilson High School

By Jacob Zuckerman '22 November 16, 2020

DCPS announced Woodrow Wilson High School would change its name following an ongoing movement by students and other community members decrying its namesake’s racist legacy. The Cageliner reported...

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California governor signs bill to help inmate firefighters

By Angel James '23 November 16, 2020

California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill this past month to not only aid firefighters in their battle with the flames of the recent raging wildfires but also to guide the process of resocialization...

Plans and opinions vary as area schools look to reopen

Plans and opinions vary as area schools look to reopen

By Reed Roddy-Johnson '23 November 16, 2020

Schools around the DMV are considering the prospect of reopening and what that would require. Educators, students, and parents are experiencing a plethora of emotions, from anxiety to excitement. Some...

Guide to DC Elections

Guide to DC Elections

By Anya Weller '22 October 27, 2020

If you're 18+ and a D.C. Resident, this could help you decide who to vote for in your local elections! There are also many more seats on the ballot than those listed here (school board, ANC, etc.), so...

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Long-awaited Whittle opening begins interschool relations

By Reed Roddy-Johnson '23 November 24, 2019

As of September 3rd, 2019, Burke’s neighboring building has 185 new residents: the students of Whittle School and Studios.  “The start of the school year has been great and crazy. For most schools,...

At last, D.C. sports fans have something to cheer about

By Will Kenneally '22 November 24, 2019

Washingtonians are now able to say something that they perhaps couldn’t before this October: DC is a sports town.  “I think DC has always been a sports town, and people in DC believe that,” Ben...

D.C. adopts Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Burke sticks with “fall break”

By Oscar Ferguson '23 November 24, 2019

Columbus Day is in the past, at least for now. On October 10, 2019, the Council of the District of Columbia voted to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous People’s Day (IPD). The change is temporary,...

As 2020 nears, Democratic race heats up

By Eddie Dong '20 October 27, 2019

Almost one year away from the general election, candidates from both parties seek to unseat Donald Trump from office. Following his surprising election in 2016, President Trump has enacted several controversial...

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