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A big concern for students is the effect distance learning will have in the long and short term as students struggle to stay engaged during class. “It’s really hard to focus and pay attention when I’m in my own comfort zone than when we were in school where I had a working environment.” Anthony Juarez, a freshman, said

Snoozing Off Zoom

Destiny Juarez, Reporter
November 17, 2020
A PASSION FOR READING- A new student-run club, Becoming Bookworms, organized by six MACES students plans to provide access to free books to those in low-income communities. Their passion stems from their hope to expand educational opportunities despite socio-economic status. “Knowledge opens so many doors and what better way to learn than by reading a great book?” Jamie Cardona, a Becoming Bookworm member, said.

Becoming Bookworms

Melissa Ponce, Editor in chief of design
October 29, 2020

Postal Workers during the Coronavirus Pandemic

Johnathan Cordero, Opinion and Features Editor
June 5, 2020
Zoom: Student Perspective and Thoughts

Zoom: Student Perspective and Thoughts

Johnathan Cordero, Sports and Features Editor
May 15, 2020
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