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Examples of ways that public events can accommodate those with hypersensitivity to noise is by providing noise-cancelling headphones at events like concerts and sports games.

Autism-Friendly Vacations

Florence Cope, Variety Co-Editor
February 1, 2021
Lacing up his sneakers, Principal Vance Jones shows off a little piece of his expansive shoe collection.

Delving into the Life of a Principal

Jackson Edwards, Sports Co-Editor
February 1, 2021
Citizens get a first-look at the newly established ice rink in Downtown Spartanburg.

Skating on the Square

Riley Regnier, Social Media Coordinator
December 10, 2020
Two students sit together during a socially-distanced lunch. Tables are spaced apart and only two people may sit together as they eat.

Don’t Be Fooled by COVID-19

Matthew Beyer, Viking Voices Editor
December 8, 2020
Air pollutants bring an orange haze surrounding the Golden Gate Bridge in San Fransisco, CA.

West Coast Weakened by Wildfires

Sarah McMeekin, Entertainment Editor
November 10, 2020
Homecoming Queen Trinity Blackley (center) and the two runners up Collene Belue (left) and Catherine Karn (right).

Alternative Homecoming Activities

Riley Regnier, Social Media Coordinator
November 10, 2020
A local pumpkin patch in Spartanburg. (Photo courtesy (https://kiddingaroundspartanburg.com)

Fall Traditions

Matthew Beyer, Viking Voices Editor
November 10, 2020
The Black Lives Matter mural stretches along West Broad Street, directly facing Spartanburg City Hall and the Spartanburg Police Department headquarters. Each letter of the mural was painted by a different artist.

Global Movement Calls for Social Change and Racial Equality

Clara Maultsby, Co-Editor-in-Chief/Column Editor
October 9, 2020
Workers continue to finalize construction at the new middle school.

McCracken Moves In

Riley Regnier, Social Media Coordinator
October 9, 2020
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