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Exploring the election

Exploring the election
Student poll results contrast with Illinois voting trends
November 16, 2020

Illinois has never proved to be a threat in surprisingly swaying the presidential election. Since 1992, Illinois’s majority has consistently voted blue, according to 270 to Win, so the outcome of its...

Man left alone with Peru’s Incan treasure

Art by Marion Krowczyk
November 16, 2020

Only once has one of the Seven Wonders of the World opened for a single man. That one time happened on October 10, 2020 for Jesse Katayama. Jesse Katayama recently experienced a private tour of Machu...

Never enough

Art by Mary Stauder
Vaccine development struggles to keep up with domination of COVID-19
October 13, 2020

Soon, life might be back to normal, or it might not. A safe vaccine has become the only hope for a world where masks do not have to be worn everywhere and “6-feet apart” is not heard around every corner....

Plymouth Rock vandals brought to justice

Art by Jordan Imhoff
March 13, 2020

The community of Plymouth, Massachusetts found one of its key landmarks vandalized on the morning of Feb. 17. Plymouth Rock, which is known as the site of the Mayflower Pilgrims’ arrival to America in...

New electric car models redefine sustainability

Art by Jimin Yu
March 13, 2020

It is 1876  in Cologne, Germany, and Nickolaus Otto has just finished building the first internal combustion engine. Although a simple machine at the time, no other invention would humans depend on more...

Antarctic glaciers melt at alarming rate

Art by Mary Stauder
March 13, 2020

Antarctica has seen its hottest temperature in history on Feb. 9, 2020, reaching 69.35 degrees Fahrenheit.  This is the first time in recorded history that the temperature has gone above 68 degrees Fahrenheit....

NASA skyrockets their plans to send first woman to the moon

Art by Mary Stauder
February 28, 2020

NASA announced last month that it was planning to send its first woman to the moon. This would also be the first manned trip to the moon in five decades.  Since then Trump has announced that he will...

Coronavirus outbreak baffles health experts

Art by Taein Park
Global political and social scenes panic while searching for a cure
February 28, 2020

The Chinese city of Wuhan was widely unknown to the majority of the global community until a bombshell headline was thrown to the forefront of journalism just a few weeks into 2020. A highly contagious...

Drug cartel gun violence attacks Mormon community

Art by Jane Lee
Turf war in northern Mexico leaves Mormon family dead
December 13, 2019

While traveling to Chihuahua, Mexico for a wedding, three cars carrying women and children were attacked by a gunman. The bullets caused one of the vehicles to explode, burning 4-month-old twins who were...

Christmas spending skyrockets global economy

Art by Kyung Ah Kim
December 13, 2019

Christmas is one of the most well-known holidays with its unique celebration of family and goodwill. It has been popularized on a tremendous global scale with a celebrant population that has branched out...

Fitbit buyout saves company

December 13, 2019

In the past year, a trend of large companies acquiring smaller companies has been adopted on a global scale. Google’s parent company, Alphabet, has been planning to buy Fitbit for approximately $2.1...

“Honey, I’ll be away for the holidays!”

Art by Krystal Nava
December 13, 2019

From sun or snow or beaches to skiing, Christmastime is all about family, fun, and beautiful trees with decorations. “Every decoration has a story to tell,” said religion teacher Ms. Rosanne Coury,...

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