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Can schools make a coronavirus comeback this semester? Students share thoughts and concerns

This story was originally published in an ongoing partnership with The Gambit. The following is that article, verbatim. For two months this past spring, Tajh Watts used his bed as a school desk, propping two laptops against pillows each morning as he hunched over, diligently taking notes under the blue glow of his neon lights… Read More »Can schools make a…
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Pelicans fantasy roundup

Story and photos by Chris Taylor, sophomore at  St. John the Baptist High School STEM Magnet Program The (13-13) New Orleans Pelicans hosted and would be defeated by the (14-9) Memphis Grizzlies in the final game of their three-game homestand…
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Krewe of Jingle rings in the holiday season

By Jacklyn Leo and Taylor Pittman. With Guest Photographer Scott Anderson, www.anderson.camera Although it isn’t quite Mardi Gras yet, there are still plenty of events around New Orleans to hold you over. One of those events in particular was the…
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Pelicans struggle to break .500 mark

Story and Photos By Phillip Petty III, freshman at St. Augustine High School The Pelicans suffered their fourth straight loss on Monday night against the Boston Celtics. After losing to the Celtics they dropped below .500. Three main reasons why…
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Today’s Special: Dirty Birds

By Chris Taylor, Photos by Wyatt Vaughn; Mentored by Nick Boulet The New Orleans Saints (9-1) return to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome to take on divisional rival the Atlanta Falcons (5-6). After the black and gold dominated the Philadelphia Eagles 48-7,…
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Streaky Pelicans stop the Spurs

by Wyatt Vaughn Posting a 140-126 win, the Pelicans proved tonight that by reaching 10-7 on the year, they are truly a team of streaks. After winning their first four, they lost six in a row, just to win five…
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