Month: April 2022
Will the Digital Age “Gigabyte” Museums away?
By: Katherine Medina We live in a time where photo galleries are quite possibly more relevant than art galleries. To many, a screenshot from virtual tours holds as much value as the artifact itself. Given that the value of a postable screenshot is measured in likes, the epitome of true fine art stems from the…
SHS Students Travel to Washington D.C.
By: Nolan Grejda Photos by: Haylee Leayman Students at Salisbury High School traveled to Washington D.C. on Tues., Apr. 19, 2022. Students enrolled in American Cultures II went on this trip to see the Holocaust Memorial Museum. Students had learned about the Holocaust earlier this school year and looked forward to taking the trip. This…
Is Menstrual Activism Even Effective?
By: Reina Escobar Menstrual activism- you’ve probably seen it. Maybe you’ve seen it on Instagram or Tik Tok. In short, menstrual activism is the movement of destigmatizing menstrual cycles and making menstruation easier for people. You may see it from people painting with their menstrual blood to people protesting against the high prices of feminine…
Newspaper Journalism’s Bulletin Board Throughout The Year
Maya & Stella: Lists and Reviews￼
Best and Worst Fast Food Items By: Maya Afif & Stella Strickland McDonald’s Best: (Maya) McNuggets- The McNuggets at Mcdonald’s never fail to impress me. It is always the right amount of crunch and warmness. The flavor feels like it melts in my mouth. The nuggets go with almost any sauce as well. My personal…