Corona Creations Rules

April 15, 2020

Categories Short stories: 500-900 words Hand-created art: paintings, comics, drawings, computer graphics are all acceptable. Must be 12in by 12in. Photography: photo collages, edited photos allowed. Videos: Videos must ...

Horoscopes Issue 8 (4/8/20)

April 8, 2020

Aquarius: As they say, there ain’t no more cane on the Brazos, but that doesn’t have anything to do with your six felony accusations.   Pisces: Guard your KFC carefully, DO NOT LEAVE IT UNATTENDED IN THE HALLWAY or...

Distance Learning begins at Seabury through zoom. Many students are enjoying the flexibility of online classes

Bishop E-Bury

April 8, 2020

BSA POV: A Blast From the Past

Diego Klish

April 8, 2020

The article below was written in a different time, before coronavirus was declared a pandemic and stay-at-home orders went into effect. The casual responses of confidence in our safety and belief in the virus’s harmlessness re...

Big Mill

Matthew Petillo

April 8, 2020

Big Mill, a new (as in February 14th new) restaurant located at the corner of Mississippi and 9th Street, brings an upscale bar and grill scene to the Lawrence area. The bar is named after a windmill that stood at the location unti...

“Artist 2.0”

Peter Westbrook

April 8, 2020

On his self-titled third studio album, Artist 2.0, Bronx rapper Artist Dubose, better known as A Boogie wit da Hoodie, focuses largely on women. However, it is unclear throughout the album what kind of relationship he has wit...

Participants of the Greece trip smile for a photo at the Great Theatre of Epidaurus. The students found a cat in the theatre who turned out to be particularly friendly and made an appearance in the group photo above

Seabury Odyssey

April 8, 2020

Editorial: Coronavirus

Lyle Griggs

April 8, 2020

I spent part of spring break in Louisiana. When I arrived, everything was fairly normal, although coronavirus dominated the news. Then the stock market tanked, oil prices plummeted further and the World Health Organization decla...

Middle School Editorial: Coronavirus

Campbell Helling

April 8, 2020

The novel coronavirus, also called COVID-19, which spreads at incredibly fast rates, has been the cause of many major shutdowns. Many governments have issued statewide closures in an attempt to control the virus. But are thes...

Freshman Noah Luke practice his violin. Luke has played violin for the Topeka Debut Youth Orchestra and the Philharmonic Orchestra of Kansas City

Song Birds

April 8, 2020