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The MV Current

The MV Current

Police Riots

Zyaria Hatcher, MVcurrent Writer

September 10, 2020

Police riots are riots that are instigated or escalated by police officers. Police riots have dated back to the 1860’s, but the most recent ones happened due to the death of George Flyod. After the killing of an innocent man, people were enraged and many cities rioted. It had gotten to the point wher...

Summer Recap

Zyaria Hatcher, MVcurrent Writer

September 8, 2020

Most people can agree that this year has been a very difficult one. This summer will most definitely go down in history. From the pandemic, to natural disasters, it seems like there is always something new happening. Many lives were lost, people were unemployed, and for a period of time, every state w...

Quarantine Buzz

Zyaria Hatcher, Staff Writer

May 14, 2020

Let’s say you’re dying of boredom and have absolutely nothing to do. You decide to go on Tik Tok and scroll through videos on the For You page and all you see is “The Vampire Diaries.” Since quarantine, everyone has been on the rave about the television show “The Vampire Diaries,” even though...

Tyson’s chicken

Zyaria Hatcher, Staff Writer

May 12, 2020

Some people can remember coming home from elementary school and enjoying Tyson’s chicken nuggets while doing homework. The Tyson company has been around since 1935.  Recently, at the Tyson’s plant in Logansport, Indiana, about 900 workers have tested positive for the coronavirus. The plant closed...

Online Classes

Bring Change to mind Zoom call

Zyaria Hatcher, Staff Writer

May 6, 2020

As Covid-19 continues to spread around the world, most schools across the nation are switching to online classes, also known as Elearning. This move to online education is an attempt to slow the spread of the disease by allowing students and faculty to avoid gathering in one small space.  Whenev...

Long Term Living Facilities During Coronavirus

Zyaria Hatcher, Staff Writer

April 29, 2020

The Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is an infectious disease with symptoms ranging from fevers to shortness of breath. The symptoms might not sound that dangerous, but to an elderly person with an underlying disease, COVID-19 can be deadly.  Many families are worried about the turmoil of their loved ones ...

Climate Crisis

Zyaria Hatcher, Staff Writer

April 16, 2020

The Colorado River provides water to more than 40 million people from Denver to Los Angeles, making it the third biggest water source in the United States. It is one of the most important rivers in the Southwestern United States, as well as Northern Mexico. It is 1,450 miles long, and encompasses pa...

Club Night

Zyaria Hatcher, Staff Writer

April 7, 2020

Club Night took place on Friday, February 26th after the boys' varsity basketball game. It was a night of excitement and laughter as the boys took over.  The event was hosted by the AfriCAN club. The theme was white-out and upon entrance, everyone was given a glowstick. There was an amazing DJ ther...

Kesha’s New Albumn

Zyaria Hatcher, Staff Writer

March 2, 2020

Just about every kid has jammed out the the classic song “Tik Tok” by Kesha at a school dance. The early 2010’s music for Kesha was glorious, but it took a  turn for the worse with a hard fought court battle with Dr. Luke over harassment, sexual assault, eating disorder issues, and recovery t...

Flu Season Approaching

Visit the health room if you're starting to feel sick

Zyaria Hatcher, Staff Writer

February 24, 2020

It is finally that time of the year where a large number of the flu cases start popping up. The United States might be headed towards the worst flu in recent history. Already more than 19 million cases of the flu have been reported in the United States.  Flu activity was low in late December, but n...

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