Cyanobacteria and Algal Blooms

Cyanobacteria and Algal Blooms

Wyatt Browning November 8, 2023

Cyanobacteria are one of the oldest and most important forms of bacteria in Earth’s history, and one of the earliest forms of life. As the species has been able to perform photosynthesis for over 3.5...

SAG-AFTRA Set to Expand to Different Media and Why

SAG-AFTRA Set to Expand to Different Media and Why

Jameson Pletcher, Student Journalist October 2, 2023

On July 14th, the entertainment world was rocked when the Screen Actors Guild and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists union (SAG-AFTRA) declared a strike. Their contention? The disproportionate...

The Writers Guild of America Strike

The Writers Guild of America Strike

Sara McKee, Student Journalist May 24, 2023

Do you enjoy relaxing and watching a TV show or movie? Do you have a favorite comfort movie or show? What are some of the aspects that make you love these programs? Depending on the person, people love...

The Craziest 1st Round In NBA History

The Craziest 1st Round In NBA History

Hahn Kim, Student Journalist May 3, 2023

The NBA playoffs are officially underway. In most years, the 1st round isn’t that entertaining and is just a warmup for the next more exciting rounds. There are very few or even no upsets in the 1st...

The Mystery of the Murdaugh Family Murders

The Mystery of the Murdaugh Family Murders

Gabriella Ryan, Student Journalist April 26, 2023

The Murdaugh family began as a valued and successful empire that dominated their small town in South Carolina. Their story is fascinating, as the result was the speedy downfall of their powerful dynasty....

Norfolk Southern’s Downfall

Norfolk Southern’s Downfall

Eve Joyce, Student Journalist March 29, 2023

On the night of February 3, the Norfolk Southern Railroad train that was on its way to Illinois from Pennsylvania derailed from its track and crashed in East Palestine, Ohio. The freight train collided...

Stopping the Willow Project

Stopping the Willow Project

Emma Blanco, Student Journalist March 29, 2023

The Willow Project is a 30-year plan presented by ConocoPhillips to drill in sensitive Alaskan ecosystems and near Indigenous communities. This would be the largest oil extraction project currently proposed...

Sweden Sued for not Acting on its Climate

Sweden Sued for not Acting on its Climate

Emma Blanco, Student Journalist March 8, 2023

19-year-old Greta Thunberg teams up with more than 600 women and children to file a lawsuit against Sweden. The lawsuit is for failure to stop climate change and violating the European Convention on Human...

The Deadly Accident On Upcoming Film ‘Rust’s Set

The Deadly Accident On Upcoming Film ‘Rust’s Set

Sara McKee, Student Journalist February 22, 2023

The movie Rust has not been released yet, but it is already being discussed all across the country. The movie is about a 13-year-old boy and his younger brother who are left orphaned after their parents'...

Argentina vs. France: The Game To End All Games

Argentina vs. France: The Game To End All Games

Hahn Kim, Student Journalist January 23, 2023

On December 18th, 2022, Argentina played France in the World Cup Final. There were fascinating narratives surrounding the game. Can Messi win his first World Cup to cap off a legendary career? Can Mbappe...

The Moroccan Miracle

The Moroccan Miracle

Hahn Kim, Student Journalist January 23, 2023

The biggest shock of the Qatar World Cup was by far Morocco. A team that was expected to finish at the bottom of their group made it all the way to the semi-finals. Morocco started their World Cup campaign...

2022 Midterms

2022 Midterms

Miles Brady, Student Journalist December 14, 2022

With most midterm results finalized and the majority of races concluded, we can finally ask the question: what changed? The largest changes occurred in the house and governor's races. From the 2020...

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