Tower releases Issue 6

Logan Schiciano

Tower releases Issue 6

May 1, 2020

Volume 76, Issue 6 of Tower was launched digitally on May 1, 2010. All the stories published with this issue, and throughout the month of April can be accessed here. Enjoy reading.

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Video: States begin to reopen as coronavirus battle continues – Logan Schiciano, Editor-in-Chief

Hanna Schiciano
Jeri Arazie, manager of GDC Home, uses Lysol to disinfect a chair in the store. The furnishing store located in Johns Island, SC, is one of many businesses that was permitted to reopen last week. State governors across the United States are beginning to lift restrictions, which has generated mixed emotions from customers and employees.

Danforth, Chiodo coordinate PPE donations to support frontline workers – Mitch Fink, Sports Lead Editor

COVID complications cause EPA rollbacks – Sophia Van Beek, Copy Editor

U.S. Gun sales spike amid pandemic – Sophie Grand, Opinion Editor

European study suggests different social distancing rules for runners – Tim Mathas, Opinion Editor


Quarantine has dramatically altered our sleep schedule – Kate Sibery, Features Lead Editor

Former Amazon supervisor protests working conditions and unprotected employees – Kwynne Schlossman and Maia Keller, Contributing Writers

Coronavirus Chronicles: living with a coronavirus patient – George Chang, Staff Photographer

Photo courtesy of Denis Sadrijaj
Sophomore Denis Sadrijaj washes off a bowl in his house. Sadrijaj helped care for his father who battled the coronavirus for many weeks.

First ever virtual co-chair elections held: meet the candidates – Annie Rubinson, News Lead Editor

Stay-at-home orders lead to soaring screen time levels for students – (published April 26) Kira Ratan, Web Editor & Social Media Manager

Blue light glasses in high demand as screen time spikes – Sabrina Wolfson, Contributing Writer

Masters getting through isolation – Jacob Kriss, Accountability & Accuracy Manager

EFFECT moves annual Green Week online – (published April 22) Carol Queiroz, Staff Writer

Zoom vs. Google Meet – Lance Leys, Contributing Writer

COVID-19 affects mental health – Yasmine Pascal, Features Editor

Recent religious holidays provide outlet for creativity and hope (published April 200 – Logan Schiciano, Editor-in-Chief

Podcast: One-on-one with Head of School Laura Danforth – (published April 18) Logan Schiciano, Editor-in-Chief


COVID-19 gives us the perfect opportunity to change our environmentalist attitude – M. Brody Leo, News Editor

Embracing ‘little’ distractions in times of disorder – Matti Stone, Photo & Illustrations Editor

Mathew Kammrath
Kammrath’s two children doing a quarantine science experiment.

Supporting survivors should not be partisan – (published April 24) Nora Fellas, Opinion Lead Editor


Athletic Department to honor ACR despite spring season cancelation – Ethan Schlapp, Staff Writer


Coronavirus and the European Union – (published April 24) Emanuel Adamiak, Blogger

The inequalities of natural disasters – (published April 5) Anastasiia Gorobets, Blogger

More articles coming soon!

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