The Jacket

Now that this virus started taking place, Cornerstone has been much more empty, like most places in Lebanon. Before, Cornerstone used to have some nights where they'd be packed so full of people, some would wait for a seat by the entrance. It's so strange to see this difference.

Keep The Pizza Coming

Amber Ruble, Staff Editor
April 27, 2020
The Earth is much greener now because of this coronavirus epidemic. No one would have guessed that this would be the way pollution would decrease.

Looking At The Positive

Amber Ruble, Staff Editor
April 17, 2020
Lebanon High School isn't ever the same without its students. The halls and parking lots are abnormally quiet. Most students at LHS never saw this coming.

Early Goodbyes

Amber Ruble, Staff Editor
April 7, 2020
Bunker down America

Bunker down America

Whisper Kane, Staff Editor
March 16, 2020
Classes are encouraged to work inside of the text book to create notes for upcoming tests, and use class time wisely with responsibility in their hands.

The Threat to Our Heritage

Braxton Myers, Staff Editor/Political Columnist
March 16, 2020
Honors History teacher, Mrs. Perschall, sits at her desk ready for day of teaching students.

All of our Heritage

Braxton Myers, Staff Editor
January 29, 2020
Last December's Democratic Debate, hosted by Politico/PBS news-hour. The top 4 candidates vie for airtime on a specific issue.

Primary Priority

Braxton Myers, Political Columnist/Staff Editor
January 13, 2020
The Inmaculda Concepion church in Guayanilla, Puerto Rico, was damaged in Tuesday's 6.4 magnitude quake. This is one of the many places damages in the 6.4 and 5.8 earthquakes.

6.4 Earthquake in Puerto Rico

Whisper Kane, Staff Editor
January 13, 2020
Jean Valentine presents evidence to the court in state competition for the trial portion of Constitution Project.

Jean Valentine and the Courtroom

Braxton Myers, Staff Editor/Political Writer
December 20, 2019

A Broader View

December 18, 2019
Trial Team jokes around in recess, where  the judge dismissed both teams as Prosecution (Lebanon's team) completed their witness list. Going through a week of preparation and a stressful 2 hour trial, its necessary to know when to let loose and when to act in a professional manner. During recess, both teams are able to take a break and reconvene later.

Trial Team’s Big Day

Braxton Myers, Political Writer/Staff Editor
December 6, 2019
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