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Uncertainty surrounds the 2020 election. Map via
We Won't Know the Winner Tuesday
Owen Hewitt, Editor-in-Chief • November 2, 2020

Tomorrow, the nation will wait for the results of this year’s presidential election. The reality of the situation is that we likely won’t know how the votes fall until later in the week, or even later. One reason we’ll likely have to wait for results is an increase in mail-in voting due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Bipartisan Policy Center, a D.C. based think tank, predicts that mail-in voting will account for 50-70% of each state’s total votes this year, which could potentially triple the typical number of absentee ballots in some states. In states where the race isn’t expected...

Mr. Hills stands with members of the Institute for Citizenship in front of Dr. W.H. Brewster Elementary School, which was the site of a service project last year. Mr. Hills had to rely on the members to find the focus of their service this year. Photo courtesy of Joy Huff.
Leading into the Unknown
September 29, 2020
The library sits empty as Ms. Allison works before the sophomore lunch crowd.
Spread Out, Spread Thin
September 22, 2020
A "No Cell Phones" sign sits underneath the stop sign at the Houston Levee entrance to St. George
Mixed Messages
Caroline Higley, Reporter • November 23, 2020

On school mornings, my mom fills out my app, takes a screenshot of the green “GO” sign, and sends it to me so that I can easily...

My Rapid Testing Experience
My Rapid Testing Experience
November 16, 2020
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The cover art for Sarah J. Maas’ “A Court of Thorns and Roses.” The book came out in May of 2017.
The Love Story of the Most Stubborn Girl in the World
Kynnedy Armstrong, Special Contributor • November 18, 2020

Imagine if everything you knew about faeries was a lie. They lie, cheat, steal, and murder as they please, and they’re only...

Halloween Watch List
Halloween Watch List
October 28, 2020
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Thanksgiving Predictions
Thanksgiving Predictions
Ellie Christie, Illustrator • November 23, 2020

Cartoons reflect the opinions of their creators and should not be taken to represent the views of the Lodge, its staff or of the St. George’s...