Droughts in Africa Causing Severe Famine

 Samantha Stoll  , Staff Writer

April 23, 2018

Filed under Current Events

In the southern parts of Africa, the rainy season has been delayed and the dry season is lasting longer, causing severe issues for all. Due to the longer dry season, people can’t grow crops and the main source of income, whic...

Bridge Collapses in Florida

Jake Amato, Staff Writer

April 1, 2018

Filed under Current Events

On Thursday, March 15, an unfinished pedestrian footbridge collapsed, killing six people. The bridge was inspected two days before the disaster, and according to USA Today, “An engineer from the firm that designed the walkway l...

 No Leggings?

February 2, 2018

Op-Ed: Stricter Regulations Needed

Sarah Robbins and Jaeda Wallick

December 7, 2017

Filed under Current Events

There is at least one shooting a day in the U.S. Gun laws have always been a controversial issue because of these incidents. This is a very sensitive yet controversial topic for citizens of the United States; however, the fac...

Op-Ed: Will World War III Happen?

Jake Amato, Staff Writer

December 4, 2017

Filed under Current Events

The conflict between North Korea and the United States really began as soon as Donald Trump became president. On January 2nd, 2017 President Trump declared on Twitter that North Korea should never posses a weapon capable of reac...

Op-Ed: Vaccinations

Addassa Smart, Staff Writer

December 1, 2017

Filed under Current Events

I feel that vaccines should be mandatory. There have been multiple cases of outbreaks that could have been prevented by vaccines. Vaccines are usually anywhere between 90-99% effective. This year in America, there have been tho...

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