In Case You Missed It: Weekly Digest Sept. 8-14, 2021



CCSD-Issued Individual Laptops Bring Opportunity, Concern

As students acclimate to the new CCSD-issued laptops, many have concerns. Staff Writer Annabelle Crouch asked administrators and students what their thoughts were.


The Hammond Legacy Continues

Creek football has not lost a game in two years. Star quarterback Julian Hammond III’s graduation this year left many questions to be answered about the future of the team. But this season, his little brother stepped up.


Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Exceeds Expectations

Expectations were high for Marvel’s newest installment, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. The movie marked a turning point in the Marvel story, and many fans were excited for what it represents. Staff Writer Katya Roudakov’s verdict: Shang-Chi does not disappoint.


On 9/11, Life At Creek Screeched To A Halt. 20 Years Later, These Teachers Still Remember It All.

It’s been 20 years since tragedy struck the U.S. and the world on Sept. 11, 2001. In 2021, not a single current Creek student was alive for the attacks. But for the teachers who were here that day, the memories are crystal clear.


Not Human Enough: Why Serial Killers Shouldn’t Get The Same Privileges As Their Inmate Counterparts

How we treat different offenders in the criminal justice system has been long debated. Opinions Editor Nate Meredith and Staff Writer Alex Gribb argue serial killers don’t deserve any of the privileges the rest get.