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The History of Black History Month

The History of Black History Month

Macie Mitnick, Staff Writer February 23, 2021

Every year, the United States exercises the month of February to recognize and honor African American's central role in this country's history.  Our job is to make sure we educate ourselves on black...

Capitol Catastrophe?

Capitol Catastrophe?

Harika Chintapalli, Staff Writer January 19, 2021

January 6th, 2021. Chaos in every direction. People were breaking windows and climbing over walls to enter the United States' capitol building. Security struggled to contain the pandemonium. Soon...

Doug Pederson Is Out, Who Is In?

Jonathan Sim, Staff Writer January 12, 2021

Well, it’s official. As of January 11, 2021, Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson has been fired. Clearly, this was a surprise not just to some of us, but to all Eagles fans throughout the...

Biden Creates Covid-19 Taskforce

Biden Creates Covid-19 Taskforce

Chakrika Aluri, Staff Writer December 21, 2020

On Saturday, November 7, 2020, Joseph Robinette Biden officially surpassed 270 electoral votes and was chosen to be the 46th president of the United States of America. He won with 81 million votes: the...

Covid Cure?

Covid Cure?

Harika Chintapalli, Staff Writer November 28, 2020

As researchers and scientists are racing worldwide to find a vaccine for Covid-19, the pandemic we have known since March is still at large.  Vaccines usually take years to complete examination, considering...

Put Down the Cellphone and Pick Up the Book

Ananya Siragavarapu, Assistant Editor November 24, 2020

Imagine a screen-junkie's environment. The shutters are down, dispelling the sun; the only light is from the glowing CPU. The hum of the monitors fills the enclosed space with its low drawl, echoing throughout...

The Recent Spike in COVID-19 Cases and How It May Affect Us

Jonathan Sim, Staff Writer November 18, 2020

COVID-19 protocol is etched into our brains at this point: wearing a mask, staying six feet apart from others, washing hands frequently, and refraining from large gatherings. Life seems to slowly return...

Coronavirus: Pandemic of the Decade

Coronavirus: Pandemic of the Decade

Ananya Siragavarapu, Staff Writer March 24, 2020

It is impossible not to have heard of the virus of epic proportions that has gripped the nation and the world: the coronavirus. Life has changed forever in a country, a world, that never stops running....

Making Sense of the Unimaginable

Making Sense of the Unimaginable

Jason Chen , Editor-in-Chief March 16, 2020

It started in a seafood market in China, nearly three months ago. As the virus spread throughout China and Asia, we didn't think much of it. It was merely a topic on the news, which seemed so far away...

National Women's History Month

National Women’s History Month

Ashley Corso, Assistant Editor March 13, 2020

Throughout the month of March, we celebrate National Women’s History Month, recognizing remarkable women who have impacted our lives today.   National Women’s History month is a month of remembrance...

Voices for Venezuela: A Country in Crisis

Voices for Venezuela: A Country in Crisis

Ananya Siragavarapu, Staff Writer October 12, 2019

Imagine going to a grocery store with five dollars. Just five. Why? Because that’s all you have. And imagine that the meager items on the shelves are worth millions. Millions. Why? Because of inflation. Every...

2020 Presidential Candidates and What They Mean for Students

Holly Mirales, Staff Writer October 5, 2019

With the 2020 presidential election just around the corner, the possibility for big changes in education, a pressing issue for many student voters, looms large. So, who are the top candidates for...

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