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Georgia Senate Race

Georgia Senate Race

Angie Gonzales and Emre Ozmemili December 21, 2020

Yes, Joe Biden won, but since news networks projected the race for the now-President-elect on November 7th, Georgia has become the epicenter of political focus. Why you ask?? Despite President Trump’s...

Garden Equality Workshop Sheds Light on Important Topics

Garden Equality Workshop Sheds Light on Important Topics

Mahika Ganguly, Staff Reporter December 21, 2020

How will the elements of your identity influence your future? On the morning of November 10, 2020, students gathered for an online workshop presented by the Garden State Equality organization to discuss...

The Importance of Mental Illness Awareness During a Pandemic

The Importance of Mental Illness Awareness During a Pandemic

Danny Liu December 21, 2020

On October 8, 2020, DMAE students had a chance to participate in a presentation by Inspired Wellness to learn the role and impact of mental illness in our community. This event was piloted by guidance...

A Short Season With High Turnouts for the Football Team

A Short Season With High Turnouts for the Football Team

Sean Moravsky November 30, 2020

With only 6 games, the Dwight Morrow High School Football team recorded its best record since the 70’s, posting 5 wins with 1 loss. Even with the unorthodox season due to the pandemic, Englewood had...

Notes on Covid-19

Notes on Covid-19

Jaeden Williams-Edmonds , Staff Reporter November 30, 2020

When I first started this article it was a report on the discrimination Asian-Americans faced due to the coronavirus outbreak. However, as time elapsed, the story and the narrative of the coronavirus has...

2020 Presidential Election

2020 Presidential Election

The Battle for the Nation
Angie Gonzales and Emre Ozmemili November 2, 2020

The 2020 presidential election has the entire nation torn apart and on edge, so much so that law enforcement is preparing for violence following election day. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its government...

A New Year, A New Challenge

A New Year, A New Challenge

Virtual Learning and Teams
Danny Liu November 2, 2020

When the summer season came to a close, uncertainty clouded the vision of the future as districts around the country attempted to figure out how students were going to receive their education. Here at...

Clubs Weather Zooming

Clubs Weather Zooming

Mia Madonna and Mahika Ganguly November 2, 2020

Remote learning has taken a lot away from students, but Clubs have persevered at DMAE! The DMAE student body has continued to step up, and many Clubs such as Student Council, Red Cross, Page Turners, Prosthetics...

DMAE Celebrates Latino Heritage Month

DMAE Celebrates Latino Heritage Month

Hannah Ferrer and Andrea Olavarrieta November 2, 2020

Latino Heritage Month ran from September 15, 2020 to October 15, 2020 and DMAE held a glorious week-long celebration, even though it was all online. The Latino Heritage Committee in charge of the event...

Marching Band Opens Virtual VIP Series

Marching Band Opens Virtual VIP Series

Shelby S. Rush November 2, 2020

During remote learning, the DMHS band has been thriving on new opportunities. Through Gary Hollander’s “Virtual VIP” series, students have been learning about several different careers in the music...

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