The time period running from last March until now has been devastating, unpredictable, surreal, and overall, a complete nightmare. The coronavirus sent the world into chaos and has sent a wave of sheer terror across the nation. It has resembled a bizarre dream that everyone just wants to wake up and escape from. So, the question on everyone’s mind is, “When will this all end and when will the world return to its normal state?”
The Tremont Tribune
This year we kicked off 2021 with Netflix's new season 3 of Cobra Kai, which dropped Jan. 1. Based on The Karate Kid franchise of the 1980s, the series takes place 34 years later, following the original characters of the 1984 movie.
From almost completely full classes, socially distanced of course, to near empty halls, it is no secret within the St. Mary’s community that the number of remote-learning students has increased dramatically.
After watching this movie with my family, we found it to be a very good, light-hearted (at least for a movie about death), family-friendly movie. I invite you to watch and make a decision for yourself.
This past year of 2020, was surreal, due to the Covid Virus, as students at St. Mary’s had their world flipped upside down -- especially us seniors.
It has been an American right and privilege to be able to stand up for what you believe in. Revolutions, marches and civil disobedience have been an integral part of our history. Earlier this month, people labeled “patriots” by our former President engaged in acts of terrorism while hiding behind the word “protest.”
In 2006, Nurse Lisa Morin-Plante started what is now the largest Rachel’s Challenge chapter in the Northeast. More than 100 St. Mary’s students work each year to uphold the chapter’s foundation of “kindness, compassion, love and leadership.”
Many students receive different achievements and accolades, but the honor of earning a black belt isn’t that common. Junior Krystana Manthorne checked that off her goal list three years ago.
Governor Charlie Baker fondly remembers bringing his children to Lynn to face off against St. Mary’s sports teams, but on Friday morning, Baker returned to campus as a Spartan, trading his blue face mask for a St. Mary’s one.
There are hundreds of young adults around the country who don’t take full advantage of their right to vote because they don’t know much about the voting system. By withholding their voices, this population is letting older Americans decide their future.