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Slicing open possible impeachment

Slicing open possible impeachment

Michael McManaman, Staff Writer

November 1, 2019

On September 24, 2019, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, and other House Democrats announced the official opening of an Impeachment Inquiry into the actions of President Donald Trump regarding his dealings with Ukraine. Specifically, Ms. Pelosi responded to a whistleblower report that President Trump...

British Airways suffers million-dollar security breach

British Airways suffers million-dollar security breach

Camila Mora, Staff Writer

November 1, 2019

The internet assists billions of people every day in a positive light, yet the internet poses extreme dangers jeopardizing society’s personal information. In June 2018, British Airways was attacked by hackers and is now the target of a $230 million fine. The attackers were able to acquire customers’...

Mourning losses of Vegas shooting one year later

Mourning losses of  Vegas shooting one year later

Sofi Reyes, Staff Writer

November 1, 2019

On October 1, 2017, within a ten-minute interval, fifty-eight people were killed, more than 500 were injured, and over 22,000 lives were altered forever. These events occurred at a country concert on a night that was intended to be free spirited and fun. Throughout the month of October, the Las Vegas...

Global cultures share in spirit of Thanksgiving

Global cultures share in spirit of Thanksgiving

Izze Dudas, Staff Writer

November 1, 2019

Thanksgiving has been the day of turkey, gratitude, and family in America for 156 years. It has a special way of bringing people of all backgrounds together. Fond memories of stuffing, football, and pumpkin pie fill the minds of millions of Americans. America is not the only country that hosts a day...

Hong Kong protests push on for congressional change

Hong Kong protests push on for congressional change

Michael McManaman, Staff Writer

October 4, 2019

On March 31, 2019 Hong Kong, China erupted in violence over an extradition bill imposed by the Chinese government. In the weeks that have followed, the once simple protests have turned from peaceful to a full fledged revolt demanding government reformation by Hong Kong citizens. Five basic demands have...

Dorian brings stormy close to hurricane season

Dorian brings stormy close to hurricane season

Camila Mora, Staff Writer

October 4, 2019

Look out! Although hurricane season may conclude in November, potential hurricanes may still pose dangers for the inhabitants of the Atlantic Coast. Hurricane Dorian, recorded as one of the most powerful tropical storms since Hurricane Floyd in 1999, has destroyed the Bahamas and created a debt of an...

Infernos blaze on in the Amazon

Infernos blaze on in the Amazon

Nicholette Bentz, World Editor

September 6, 2019

The Amazon rainforest is burning at an alarming rate: the highest on record since 2013 and an 83% increase from last year.  Earlier this month, Brazil declared a state of emergency over the rising number of fires in the region.  Harmful blazes have been reported in the Brazilian states of Amazonas, R...

DNA discovery foreshadows life

DNA discovery foreshadows life

Camila Mora, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

Tracing DNA has been a significant scientific advancement throughout history, and now DNA has evolved further and is on other planets. NASA has researched life beyond the Earth with DNA, and the possibility of a genetic system or molecular system on other planets is highly likely. On earth, the DNA...

Submarine technology dives deep to reveal underwater wonders

Submarine technology dives deep to reveal underwater wonders

Nicholette Bentz, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

Imagine being transported into an undiscovered world full of priceless marvels. Species of fish and minerals that go unnamed are illuminated by the glow of a robot submarine in front of your eyes. The debut of the latest technology in submarines and underwater sensors allows marine biologists to have...

Amazon headquarter search halted

Amazon headquarter search halted

Jayne Bottarini, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

Through November and December of 2018, Amazon looked to create a second headquarters in the United States. Amazon stated they could employ 50,000 people with high-paying jobs in the prospective city. Through having this headquarters, surrounding businesses can benefit as well as increase the number of...

Human history unveiled

Human history unveiled

Nicholette Bentz, Staff Writer

February 22, 2019

Throughout the course of history, anthropologists have analyzed currently useless body parts which have been proven to be in the human genome thousands of years ago.  Remaining the most popular and closely proved today, Darwin’s Theory has been building off of these studies since its creation. Although...

Advancements in lunar success

Advancements in lunar success

Camila Mora, Staff Writer

February 22, 2019

Fifty years ago, the first human beings landed on the moon, and now, a European Space Agency is planning to mine on the moon by 2025.  Scientists have found out what the moon is composed of which includes clay, fragments of glass, minerals and chemical compounds. The moon is rich in resources like iron...

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