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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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Kim Boyle: A seat at any table

By: Darreonna Davis, senior at International High School Kim Boyle is a fine example of local black woman excellence in New Orleans, Louisiana. Born and raised in the Gentilly area by her school teacher mom and postal worker father, Boyle…
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A Season in review for the Pelicans

The 2018-19 season was a wild ride for the New Orleans Pelicans, especially with some of their stars players on new teams or pursuing different teams this offseason. Also injuries of their star players hurt the Pelicans throughout the season.…
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Houston, we have a problem

Story and photos by Christopher Taylor, sophomore at St. John the Baptist Parish STEM Magnet High School Program. Mentored by Nick Boulet Sunday evening at the Smoothie King Center, the New Orleans Pelicans (31-44), hosted the NBA’s leading scorer, James…
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Pelicans’ keys to success in future

Story by Phillip Petty III, sophomore at St. Augustine High School; photos by Chris Taylor, sophomore at East St. John the Baptist STEM Magnet High School; mentored by Rob Noelke. Friday night inside the Smoothie King Center, the stands roared…
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