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How “coronacation” hashtag can be potentially harmful

Cars are parked along each side of the road of Salt River.
Now more than ever, people are active on social media during the coronavirus pandemic. Among this increased activity comes new hashtags, but how uplifting and accurate are they?
May 3, 2020

In the thick of a pandemic when people worldwide are struggling to understand COVID-19, struggling to receive testing, and struggling to keep themselves and their families safe, we must all step up and...

Trips should be cancelled for overall public safety

April 12, 2020

    Vacations are an event that everyone looks forward to, whether it be a state away or an entire country away, but in the recent event of the spreading pandemic of COVID-19, these events have been...

Trips should not be cancelled until more information surfaces

April 12, 2020

In a world engulfed in uncertainty and turmoil surrounding the recent COVID-19 pandemic, it is fair to say that nothing can be labeled as definite anymore.  Rather, our understanding of this virus...

Point/Counterpoint: should school trips be cancelled as a result of COVID-19?

The Precedent staff attended the JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention in Washington, DC from Nov. 21-24.
Amidst the outbreak of the coronavirus worldwide, and spiking numbers in the United States, citizens nationwide are questioning if they should cancel or postpone their trips in these uncertain times.
April 12, 2020

Bashford family spends 10 weeks in Brazil

Standing in front of the famous Rio Statue the
February 10, 2014

Miley Bashford spent ten weeks on the beautiful beaches of Brazil while the rest of school continued daily routines. Her father suggested Brazil as a vacation spot because he served two years on a mission...

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