The Vegas Sphere

The Vegas Sphere

Eve Joyce, Student Journalist November 1, 2023

Dubbed the worlds largest spherical structure, standing tall at a 366 feet into the Vegas skyline It’s  the cities newest modern addition, reeling in tourists and revolutionizing modern architecture....

New Street Tree Replacement Program

New Street Tree Replacement Program

Sara McKee, Student Journalist January 23, 2023

This year Baltimore has launched a new “Street Tree Replacement” program that involves the planting of 1,300 trees. These trees will be planted in 6 specific areas. The county executive, community...

The Twitter Blue Fiasco

The Twitter Blue Fiasco

Sadie Littleton, Student Journalist January 11, 2023

On October 28th, Elon Musk, billionaire and SpaceX owner officially announced his ownership of the major social media platform Twitter after months of conflict and speculation. Musk, who has a considerable...

The New Instagram Update

The New Instagram Update

Sara McKee, Student Journalist December 14, 2022

This year, Instagram has rolled out some new features for its users. Recently many apps have been updating their design and incorporating aspects from other apps as well. One example of this is Instagram...

A Brief History of the Fender Guitar

A Brief History of the Fender Guitar

Max O'Grady, Student Journalist December 7, 2022

Established by Clarence Leonidas Fender in 1946, Fender has been a dominating force in the guitar industry for more than 50 years. Their most popular guitar is the Stratocaster, a reliable guitar with...

Can Trees Now Call The Police?

Can Trees Now Call The Police?

Sara McKee, Student Journalist November 21, 2022

For many years, deforestation has been an issue, from illegal logging to forest fires. Deforestation is extremely harmful to very important ecosystems and is the cause of around 10% of global warming....

Nuclear Fusion: Infinite Energy or Impossible?

Nuclear Fusion: Infinite Energy or Impossible?

Miles Brady, Student Journalist November 9, 2022

Over the past few decades, nuclear fusion, originally a process only possible in sci-fi books, has become increasingly plausible. Seeing as the only place in the universe this process occurs is in the...

Artemis Missions

Artemis Missions

Miles Brady, Student Journalist October 11, 2022

After almost 50 years of not visiting the moon, we are finally coming back. NASA’s Artemis program is the latest program intended to get us to the moon. With 4 missions currently in progress, it aims...

Daylight Savings and the Sunshine Protection Act

Daylight Savings and the Sunshine Protection Act

Eve Joyce, Student Journalist March 23, 2022

We all complain when we must either set our clocks forward one hour. It messes with all our sleep schedules and makes us all feel more tired than usual. What many don’t know is the origin of daylight...

WORDLE: The Worlds Newest Obsession

WORDLE: The World’s Newest Obsession

Eve Joyce, Student Journalist February 18, 2022

Chances are that you’ve been asked “How many tries did you get the Wordle in?”. Wordle is a word puzzle that refreshes daily. You get 6 guesses to guess today’s 5 letter word. If you guess a word...

Underwater Volcano Sends Massive Tsunamis

Underwater Volcano Sends Massive Tsunamis

Sara McKee, Student Journalist February 2, 2022

On January 15th, an underwater volcano erupted in Tonga, a country in Oceania. Waves several feet high crashed onto the shores of Tonga, Australia, Canada, and the West Coast. After the eruption, large...

Facebook to Meta

Sara McKee, Student Journalist December 1, 2021

Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook as a whole have been intensely in the spotlight recently. There have been transitions to Meta, whistleblowing, and the talk of a new lifestyle. Personally, the whole situation...

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