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GCAA holds eclipse viewing

Amirah Bauder puts on her glasses to watch the eclipse. Bauder says her favorite part was how it was dark even though it was in the afternoon. "It was really cool to get to see the sun slowly get covered by the moon, and the sun slowly disappear, but my favorite was seeing my surroundings get darker, because it felt like night," Bauder said.

Natalie O'Dell, Staff Writer

On Monday, August 21, a long-anticipated solar eclipse took place.  A viewing of this phenomenon was held at Cardinal Ritter College Prep High School.  GCAA provided a pair of eclipse glasses for every student.

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