“With the omnipresent COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine orders, a vast majority of high school students across the country have had to learn to adjust to the new apparatus of online learning.”
Hanna Yamato sheds light on a struggle every student knows too well: the challenge of online school.
This Day in History: March 22
By Madi Zanardelli
1765: The Stamp Act is imposed on American colonies.
1790: Thomas Jefferson becomes the first U.S. Secretary of State.
1794: Congress passes laws prohibiting slave trade with foreign countries, although slavery remains legal in the United States.
1894: The first Stanley Cup championship is played in Montreal, Canada.
1904: The first color photograph is published in the London Daily Illustrated Mirror.
1919: The first international airline service is inaugurated on a weekly schedule between Paris and Brussels.
1945: Representatives from Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Transjordan, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and Yemen meet in Cairo to establish the Arab League, a regional organization of Arab states.
1963 : The Beatles’ first album, “Please Please Me,” is released.
1972: The Equal Rights Amendment was passed by the U.S. Senate and sent to the states for ratification. It never gained the 38 states necessary to become part of the US Constitution.
1976: American actress Reese Witherspoon is born.
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