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Anti-Transgender Bills Gain Traction

Anti-Transgender Bills Gain Traction

Mira Chiodi, Staff Reporter May 9, 2023
Since the beginning of 2023, individual states in the United States have been passing and considering legislation that targets transgender individuals and drag performers. At first, these bills targeted transgender children specifically, banning them from gender-affirming care and barring all children from being taught about LGBTQ+ identities in schools.
Blood Drive Drought Ends

Blood Drive Drought Ends

Mira Chiodi, Staff Reporter March 17, 2023

The bi-annual Grayslake Central High School blood drive is back after a two year suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The blood drive took place on March 2, 2023. Due to restraints from COVID-19, the...

Freshman students study, socialize, and play games in the arena during 5th period Rams Block.

Effects on Student’s Attention Post-COVID-19

Mira Chiodi, Staff Reporter March 2, 2023
COVID-19 was an event that changed students' lives forever. Is it too early to say that those changes are gone now?

Protests in Iran Spike in Favor of Women’s Rights

Mira Chiodi, Staff Reporter November 30, 2022
On Sep. 13, 2022, 22-year-old Iranian woman Mahsa Amini was arrested by the Iranian Guidance Patrol, colloquially known as the “morality police.” Three days later, on Sep. 16, she was pronounced dead due to  “unexpected reasons,”  phrased specifically as a heart attack by the Iranian police. Suspicion was raised  when Amini’s family said that she was in good health when she was arrested, leading many to suspect she was killed while in custody.
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