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Man claims to be missing boy; DNA says otherwise

Man claims to be missing boy; DNA says otherwise

Breanna Drapeau, Staff Reporter

April 10, 2019

A young boy, by the name Timmothy Pitzen of Aurora, Kentucky was pulled out of school and went missing after his mother was found dead from an apparent suicide in Illinois in May of 2011. A young man has recently come forward claiming to be the missing boy. Timmothy was last seen at a waterpark in Wis...

Erdogan out

Erdogan out

Zehra Hidimoglu

April 10, 2019

Ending the last day of March, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan had a crucial political setback in Turkey's local election. According to the votes, Erdogan's Justice and Development Party (AKP) has been shown to have fewer votes than the Republican People's Party (CHP). In the capital Ank...

An argument against college tuition costs

An argument against college tuition costs

Hailey Deitelbaum, Staff Reporter

April 10, 2019

Over the past couple of years, the cost of college has been on the rise. Whether it is stopping them from going to a certain college or leaving them in debt, more and more students are starting to feel the stress of high college tuition. Talks about college decisions used to involve assessing which sc...

An argument in support of journalists

An argument in support of journalists

Faith Arcuri, Staff Reporter

April 10, 2019

The body of Mexican radio show host Rafael Murúa Manríquez was discovered on January 20, 2019, north of Santa Rosalia, which is in the northern Mexican State of Baja California Sur. The reason he was killed - you ask -  because he was a journalist. The Baja California Sur state prosecutor's o...

An argument against the opioid epidemic

An argument against the opioid epidemic

Aubrey Lyons, Staff Reporter

April 10, 2019

In the world we live in today, more than two million Americans in just the United States alone die or are addicted to opioids yearly. In 2017, more than 47,000 Americans died as a result of opioid overdose. Many of these deaths were caused by addictive drug abuse, including prescription opioids, h...

The argument for animal rights

The argument for animal rights

Aferdita Emini, Staff Reporter

April 10, 2019

Tons of people show their cold side when it comes to animals. So many people in this world treat animals like they are of no worth. People abuse them, eat them, kill them, fight them, overall destroy them. Back in 2007, a NFL player Michael Vick was involved in dogfighting, with his friends. Bot...

The argument for IVF

The argument for IVF

Carly Grohs, Staff Reporter

April 10, 2019

One in eight couples have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a stable pregnancy. According to the National Survey of Family Growth, 7.4 million women that have received infertility services in their lifetime. IVF is the most radical of fertility treatments and is sought out by only 5% of infert...

Defending Women’s History Month – the women who deserve the same pay

Defending Women’s History Month – the women who deserve the same pay

Aubrey Lyons, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2019

According to Americanprogress.org, 57% of the people in the workforce are women. Although women take up half of the workforce, they do not get an equal amount of pay as men do in some occupations. While progress has been made toward pay parity between the sexes, The Institute For Women’s Policy Research, ...

Celebrating Women’s History Month – the women who keep us fighting

Celebrating Women’s History Month – the women who keep us fighting

Mia Normand, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2019

The third wave of feminism made its first appearance in the 1990s. It was led by a group of people born in the 60s and 70s. With all of the new technology and social media coming out around that time and in later years, these women had a bigger voice than ever before. Women from the first and...

Celebrating Women’s History Month – the woman who created the doll that is special to many

Celebrating Women’s History Month – the woman who created the doll that is special to many

Melanney Viera, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2019

For the last 60 years Ruth Handler has changed the world for kids all over with her most famous invention called The Barbie Doll. She created the perfect play toy for little girls all over the world. But the world famous name Barbie was more thought out and closer to heart than you think. She named the doll after her dau...

Celebrating Women’s History Month – the woman who started a movement

Celebrating Women’s History Month – the woman who started a movement

Kevin DeSouza, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2019

A name that went down in history, and a woman that will forever be honored for her strength as a black woman; she became the face of the civil rights movement. This remarkable woman has the passion to fight racial injustice within her blood, being that she had slavery in her ancestry.. It was th...

Celebrating Women’s History Month – the woman who used her fame for the good of women

Celebrating Women’s History Month – the woman who used her fame for the good of women

Evelyn Diaz, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2019

You know her as Hermione from the infamous Harry Potter series, or as Belle from Beauty and the Beast, she was officially named the “most outstanding woman in the world” or as Emma Watson, a courageous and inspirational young woman Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson, 28,  is an English actress, model...

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