November 29, 2020
  • 3:04 pm Hybrid learning vs remote learning: What do these mean?
  • 3:02 pm MHS theater proves the show must go on despite the virus
  • 2:55 pm Having to compete within six feet: Girls swimming and diving team still finds success during the pandemic
  • 2:50 pm “All Lives Matter” actively diminishes the true message of Black Lives Matter
  • 3:00 pm So you think you can judge an election?

By: Hannah Gault  Line O’Type Focus Co-Editor   Whether you attended school for two four-hour days or opted to stay home fully remote, I think it is easy to say that this first quarter of the 2020-2021 school year has been interesting, to say the least. For this first quarter, hybrid students with the last […]

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By: Janey Locander Line O’ Type Feature Co-Editor  This school year has been different in many ways. Not only has our regular learning been affected, but those in sports and other school activities have been as well.  Due to Covid-19, heavy restrictions have been put in place to ensure our safety, meaning students have had […]

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By Tayler Gilmore Line O’Type Sports Co-Editor Strokes, strength, and speed. In a matter of seconds, she reaches the edge of the pool marking the end of the race. As she climbs out of the water expecting a crowd to cheer her on, she sees only empty bleachers replacing the fans she used to look […]

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By: Emily Biesterfeld Line O’ Type Co-Editor in Chief This past summer, the rise in police brutality (rather the rise in video evidence of such) has sparked a resurgence in the Black Lives Matter movement. With this spark, there has been a lot of strife and litigations to the organization and the saying. Most famous, […]

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By Charley Poor Line O’Type News Editor Sometimes it feels like nobody can agree on anything in politics, but it feels like we’ve all come together on one thing ahead of this election–whatever happens, we are going to remember it for a long time.  Do you want to have a front-row seat to history in […]

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By Trevor Francque  Line O’Type Sports Co-Editor The Moline Golf team has recently closed up its strange fall season. One male golfer and one female golfer advanced to the sectional level, Aaron Rogers and Kacie Knary, but unfortunately, there is no state meet this year due to COVID-19 concerns. This season was much different than […]

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By Larissa Horton Line O’Type Co-Editor in Chief On March 24th of this year, the Internet Archive (IA)’s Open Library announced the beginning of its “National Emergency Library.” Until June 30th, the library, which typically only lends out any one book to one person at a time, would remove all limits on the number of […]

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By Phineas VanVooren Line O’Type Entertainment Co-Editor With the upcoming release of the PS5, Xbox series X, and Xbox series S, fans are already battling on which console will win the “console war.” As of right now, both Playstation and Xbox are releasing two different consoles at two different price points. The PS5 is releasing […]

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By: Nicole Artemyev  Line O’ Type Focus Co-Editor For the first time, Moline High School has undergone a dramatic change to its education structure to ensure safety for all students during the Covid-19 pandemic. Understanding the value of face-to-face learning between students and teachers, the 2020-2021 school year started off as a hybrid learning system […]

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By: Samuel Schwartz Line O’ Type News Co-Editor With the Covid-19 pandemic still persisting throughout the world, people are hopeful that a vaccine will be just around the corner. Unfortunately, one of the large drugmakers in the latter stages of vaccine development has halted its clinical trials. Johnson & Johnson has, as of Monday, October […]

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