The Crusader

Due to the pandemic, many people have used Zoom to stay in touch with friends and family instead of traveling this holiday season.

Holiday traditions adapt due to pandemic

Grayson Salomon ’22, Co Editor In-Chief
January 2, 2021
AP Tests are important aspects that many colleges look at.

COVID-19 fuels new format for students taking AP Exams

Matt Balmy ‘21, Health and Science Editor
May 17, 2020
Instead of finals exams, students spent the last two weeks of school revising assessments.

School year ends with revision week

Jamar Kittling ‘20, News Editor
May 15, 2020
Movie theaters, like Cinemark on Junipero Serra Boulevard in Daly City, are closed until restrictions on large gatherings are lifted.

Entertainment industry suffers losses from canceled, postponed shows

Grayson Salomon, Staff Reporter
May 11, 2020
A graphic shows five different things to consider while experiencing hate.

Violent crimes targeting Asian Americans increase

Alex Ruivivar ‘20, Features Editor
May 9, 2020
Roman Peregrino ‘18, cousin Brett, friends Ethan, Jaden, and Katie at Georgetown

COVID-19 cuts college courses short, creates ghostly campuses

David Dorantes '21, Religion Editor
May 8, 2020
More stimulus checks are expected to be sent out to the American people in the coming weeks.

Stimulus checks infuse funds into millions of bank accounts

Steven Elsner, Staff Reporter
May 6, 2020
Washing hands is essential to fighting the spread of the Coronavirus.

20 second songs to wash away gritty germs

Antonio Maffei ’20, Social Media and Website Editor
May 4, 2020
The empty courtyard at Riordan shows how the pandemic has quieted the campus.

Crusaders remain hopeful amid cancellations

Antonio Maffei ’20, Social Media and Website Editor
May 1, 2020
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