The Spectrum

Teachers Enjoy Lunch Outside
Students Elect Both Student Body President and Class Presidents
Social Media Activism Spreads, Ignites Change
New Enforcement’s From The Minnesota Department of Health Causes Social Distance Rules in Lounges
Fall Play Announced
Fall Fashion Trends Away from Loungewear as School is Back in Session
MSHSL Makes Changes Guidelines, Allows Fall Seasons to Begin
Girls’ Swim & Dive Team Swims on Despite New Restrictions
Asian American Experience Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic
School Morning Breakfast Ideas
Back to School Crossword

Jason Gelb, Contributing Writer | October 1, 2020

For me, Judaism is a lot more than just a religion. I don’t believe you have to be a practicing Jew to call yourself Jewish. I see it more as a community and a culture than simply a religion. I think almost every Jewish person at Blake would agree that at least one of our good friends is also Jewish. Personally, I’m not very religious. Sure, I’ll go to Synagogue for important holidays and have...

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Don’t Blame TikTok for Unwanted Content

Will Rosenblum, Opinions Editor | April 28, 2020

TikTok, a video sharing app released in 2016, has exploded onto the online-scene with over one billion users in March of 2020. But the app has been met with its fair share of flaws and criticisms by users. Beyond the For You page itself, videos with a phrase such as “like for part two” are incredibly annoying and are often there solely to get more likes and follows. One of the most common gripes...

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