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Class of COVID-19

Class of COVID-19

Kate Haas, Managing Editor
May 16, 2020
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Reading is an easy way to relax and escape during social distancing. Some of my favorite books Ive reading during quarantine are Pirate Latitudes, The Ruins and Dragon Teeth.

My Experience with Quarantine

Mitchell Mayhaw, Reporter
April 29, 2020
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Opinion: Dr. Redfield is a fraud

Leila Olukoga, Reporter
April 19, 2020
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Sometimes the light of positivity is hard to find in dark times - and thats OK.

We are not OK, and that’s OK

Hailey Dirks, Managing Editor
April 16, 2020
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A geek’s guide to online school

A geek’s guide to online school

Hailey Dirks, Managing Editor
April 14, 2020
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5 places still open in quarantine

5 places still open in quarantine

Kate Haas, Managing Editor
April 14, 2020
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I surveyed my family to see what kind of bread I should make, and they all requested rosemary bread. I decided to use the recipe from the website Cooking Carnival. This recipe caught my eye not only because it’s a no-knead bread, but I could also use an Instant Pot to speed up the proofing process which activates the yeast in the dough. 

This bread recipe called for olive oil, granulated sugar, instant yeast, fresh rosemary, bread flour and salt. I wanted to see if there really was a difference between making the bread with all-purpose flour and bread flour, so I made two batches with all-purpose flour and two with bread flour. They ended up being the same, so if you don’t have bread flour, all-purpose works just fine. The recipe also calls for fresh rosemary, but the only thing I had was dried rosemary. Even though I used dried rosemary, the bread came out with good flavor.

Boredom bread making

Kate Knauff, News editor
April 7, 2020
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