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The mystery of vaccine hesitancy

Logan Schiciano and Hanna Schiciano March 30, 2021

Recent polls reveal that hesitancy to get the COVID-19 vaccine is particularly high amongst Republicans – 41% don't plan to get the shot, including 49% of Republican men, according to PBS. Tower Broadcast...

WandaVision has burst onto the entertainment scene as a brilliant, mind twisting television series that has defied the expectations of typical superhero media.

Review: WandaVision is a must-watch

Carol Queiroz, Advertising Manager and Copy Editor March 12, 2021

WandaVision has burst onto the entertainment scene as a brilliant, mind twisting television series that has defied the expectations of typical superhero media. It is a beautiful blend of science fiction,...

Many people dress up in celebration of the Lunar New Year. Due to the pandemic this year, many international students across east Asia were able to celebrate in person with their families for the first time in years since they began boarding at Masters.

International students celebrate the Lunar New Year at home

George Chang, Photo Editor March 1, 2021

This past January marks the first time in years that many international students from Asia have been able to celebrate their most important holiday, the Lunar New Year, at home with their families.  Like...

Teacher gets COVID-19 vaccine

Logan Schiciano, TBN Producer February 12, 2021

This package was originally published in Tower Broadcast News #4 which aired on Feb. 4, 2021. 

Beloved Masters security guard Panton Adams passed away from Covid-19 complications on Feb. 1. The Masters community gathered for a memorial on Feb. 11 in honor of his life and legacy.

News Brief: Masters community gathers in celebration of Panton Adams’ life

Kira Ratan, Features Lead Editor February 11, 2021

This evening, the Masters community gathered virtually in celebration of the life of security guard Panton Adams, who passed away from Covid-19 complications on Feb. 1. The memorial was held at 7 p.m....

Masters sophomore Stella Simonds sits in the library reading. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the book industry went through many ups and downs, but ultimately found success in 2020.

Book industry finds success through the ups and downs of 2020

Maya Phillips, Contributing Writer February 11, 2021

The COVID-19 outbreak last March quickly bound millions of Americans to their homes, with nowhere to go and lots of time. Many found this to be the perfect opportunity to finally read the books they never...

Remembering the life of Panton Adams

Logan Schiciano, TBN Producer February 5, 2021

Today we remember the 6 million Jewish lives lost due to the Holocaust.

What we can learn from Holocaust Remembrance Day

Lexi Wachen, News Editor January 27, 2021

We view history as a timeline of progress and change. Typically, we analyze timelines because they tell us the cause and effect of major events. As time progresses, so does our timeline. All too often,...

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Podcast: Inside the Mob: Jan. 6, 2021

Logan Schiciano, TBN Producer January 21, 2021

As President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and others in the new Biden Administration call for unity, the country is just two weeks removed from the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol – the climax...

On top of Trump’s defeat in the national election, Georgia results represent a shift in American politics. After four years of Trump’s chaotic style of governing, voters have had enough.

Repudiating Trumpism: Why Georgia went blue

Tara Phillips, Contributing Writer January 13, 2021

The election of Reverend Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff in Georgia’s run-off gives the Democratic Party control of the Senate, ending Senator Mitch McConnell’s run as Majority Leader and potentially...

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