The Death of Mahsa Amini Sparks Protest

The Death of Mahsa Amini Sparks Protest

My'Kelle Carter, Student Journalist October 27, 2022

Around the world, women are cutting their hair in protest. For many, it seems like such an inadequate form of protest. Storms of comments ask “What is cutting your hair going to do?” or “I don’t...

California’s Ban on Produce Plastic Bags

California’s Ban on Produce Plastic Bags

Eve Joyce, Student Journalist October 26, 2022

As of recently, California has become the first state to place a ban on produce bags. This ban will take effect in January of 2025. Shoppers will be using compostable bags or recycled paper bags in place...

The Royal Family

The Royal Family

Gabriella Ryan, Student Journalist October 18, 2022

The British Monarchy has been around for thousands of years, and although the current royal family does not have any legal power, they have a great influence on the general public. Recently, Queen Elizabeth...

Is the Pandemic Really Over? Op-ed

Is the Pandemic Really Over? Op-ed

Sadie Littleton, Student Journalist October 11, 2022

President Joe Biden announced in a 60 Minutes interview on September 17th that the Covid-19 pandemic is over, stating: "If you notice, no one's wearing masks. Everybody seems to be in pretty good shape,...

Met Gala Review

Met Gala Review

Eve Joyce and Sara McKee, Student Journalists June 1, 2022

The Met Gala is an annual fundraising gala held for the benefit of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute in New York City. Many celebrities, actors, and musicians are invited to attend the...

10 of the Strangest Ways People Have Died

April 20, 2022

There are bizarre events that happen every day, and some of those things that happen include strange deaths. Here are some of the strangest ways that people have died: 1) Too Much Laughter In 1975,...

The Slap Heard Around the World

The Slap Heard Around the World

Eve Joyce, Student Journalist April 20, 2022

The 94th Academy Awards event brought us much more to discuss than this year’s winners. Will Smith slapping Chris Rock has become arguably one of the biggest Oscar’s scandals. This scandal has gained...

Women’s History Month Feature: Irena Sendler

Women’s History Month Feature: Irena Sendler

Sara McKee, Student Journalist March 31, 2022

“You see a man drowning, you must try to save him even if you cannot swim.”- Irena Sendler Irena Sendlerowa was born in 1910, and she is recognized as a “Female Schindler.” Irena was a hero...

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...

Sky Lantern Festivals

Sky Lantern Festivals

Eve Joyce, Student Journalist February 2, 2022

You may have seen something similar while watching the Disney movie, Tangled. But did you know you can see these beautiful lights in person? The Lantern Festival is primarily celebrated in China and other...

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