This week’s topic: The anniversary of COVID-19, quarantines, and mask-wearing On this week’s The Hall Hub, Kaylee and Jen discuss the first anniversary of the Covid shutdowns.
On this week’s episode, Kaylee and Jen discuss the closing of movie theaters and what that means for movie enthusiasts; and the most productive ways to study for midterms! We hope you have a wonderful […]
By Aiden Wacksman Before the coronavirus outbreak closed schools across the country this past spring, I was on Oak Hall’s boys weightlifting team. I was getting stronger each day, and I was having the time […]
Each spring, Oak Hall seniors have the opportunity to take a class trip as one final hurrah before graduation. In recent years, seniors visited New York City to attend Broadway shows, see the Brooklyn Bridge, […]
This week’s topic: Masks By Mia Currie When COVID-19 cases first began to rise in the United States, many individuals turned to buying disposable masks as a way to slow the spread of the virus. […]
On this week’s podcast, Kaylee and Jen remember the good things that happened this past year.
By Emily Malloy As coronavirus cases continue to increase with Thanksgiving and various other holidays on the horizon, the new risks through traveling and doing what used to be considered “normal” is challenging to not […]
By Sarah Rosenberg When schools shut down last spring, no one could have anticipated the ramifications that the virus would have on the class of 2021. The now-graduated class of 2020 scolded the class of […]
By Sarah Rosenberg Amidst all the negative ways the pandemic has impacted the world, it is important to look at the positives. As a former president once said, “Never waste a good crisis”. Oak Hall […]
By Mary Madelyn Broom Before I start, I want to make it clear that this is not another article about the Coronavirus, but given the global situation, I think we can all agree that this […]