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Popular Online Games

“Red sus.” This phrase has taken the internet by storm along with the random burst of popularity by the indie game released in June 15, 2018, Among Us. With its cute egg like toe shaped characters and the social deduction based gameplay, this game is amazing to play with friends. In stressful times like these, it is nice to get away from politics and the disaster that is 2020, it is great to play a game with your friends as if these things never happened, and the accessibility of the game makes it a great choice for a party game,

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5 Binge-Worthy Shows

These are stressful times. Sometimes, we need to take a break and binge watch some Netflix. My top five binge-worthy shows are Gilmore Girls, Lucifer, The Office, The Good Place, and The Politician. All five amazing shows and both seniors, Madison Ligget and Piper Kirk agree with my choices. Kirk’s favorite of the five is The Office and Ligget’s favorite is Gilmore Girls. Article & Photo By: Shai Fichtelberg Throughout the eight months of quarantine, we have all had the time to start a new hobby, learn something new, and

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“The Social Dilemma” – Documentary Review

“The Social Dilemma” just released to Netflix this year. This documentary entails past employees from various social media platforms explaining that social networking platforms are all a feature, not a bug. Karina Pelayo, a Freshman at Santa Rosa High School, gives her personal insight: “The documentary really brought to light how addicting social media can be. It shows how much all this new technology has created a separate world from the real one we live in, where there is never only one truth. There are just many different

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