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CMR students and teachers navigate learning amid a pandemic

Taylor Willmarth, Editorial Staff

October 8, 2020

The COVID-19 global pandemic started influencing the way schools educate students last spring, and it shows no sign of stopping its disruption of normalcy during the 2020-2021 school year. While schools across the country reop...

Teacher finds quarantine as an opportunity to find new ways to teach

Amya Terry, Staff Writer

May 10, 2020

When informed that school was cancelled due to Covid-19, most students were either excited or depressed; there's no in between. School gave students a place to socialize and stay productive. Now everyone is self reliant to sta...

Preparation could have prevented panic 

Nancy Beston, Photo Editor

May 10, 2020

The Coronavirus and the reaction to the COVID-19 virus would not have gotten as bad as it is now if people were not so self-centered and foreboding.  As a country, we have known about this since January. No action was taken...

Student analyzes her quarantine experience through the lens of a band

Maggie Petersen, Staff Writer

May 10, 2020

With each song or genre, I am reminded of a certain time of my life, and the themes and feelings and context of that memory can never be erased from those songs. Long story short, I’ve found my quarantine band.  The f...

Book helps senior get through quarantine

Shana Fronsee, Staff Writer

May 10, 2020

In 1878, you are in the city of London on the docks waiting for a family member when someone approaches you and tells you that you need to go with them because if you don’t, you will put your brother in risk. All of a sudde...

Rustlers work from home

Lauren Mohler, Intro to Journalism Writer

April 23, 2020

Over the course of the past months, students across Montana -- including CMR sophomore Hunter Holterback -- have made the adjustment from school to working online, and they all admit there are pros and cons to the situation. ...

Student learns lesson from procrastination

Anthony Matury, Staff Writer

April 23, 2020

With school shutting down and forcing students to do online school, online school  has become a living nightmare for some students. Online school becomes a much more challenging process because of the fact that they have to s...

Students experience disadvantages of enforced social distancing 

Victoria Geiger, Intro to Journalism Writer

April 15, 2020

Social distancing is very important to not catch this virus going around, but it is a very boring situation for freshman Avery Hill.   “I miss seeing all my friends,” Hill said. In March, Governor Steve Bullock ...

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