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13 U.S. Soldiers, 150+ Afghans killed in suicide bombing at Kabul Airport

13 U.S. Soldiers, 150+ Afghans killed in suicide bombing at Kabul Airport

Cameron Jacobs, School News Editor September 29, 2021

On August 26, 2021, thirteen American soldiers were killed in a suicide bombing at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan as they aided American citizens and Afghani SIVs waiting to be...

A civil rights issue looms for Afghan women

A civil rights issue looms for Afghan women

Leah Kulmann, Senior Reporter September 27, 2021

Since the recent transfer, or rather overtake, of power in Afghanistan, immense escalation of violence has called for even more humanitarian assistance for the citizens, especially women and children of...

Popular camp has a horrible secret

Popular camp has a horrible secret

Aby Fiddler, Senior Reporter September 27, 2021

Lawyers have filed a lawsuit against Association for Research and Enlightenment on Wednesday, 28th 2021 for years of sexual assault at the hands of camp staff.  Association for Research and Enlightenment...

New Texas abortion law limits abortion further in the state

New Texas abortion law limits abortion further in the state

Emma Curtiss, Senior Reporter September 27, 2021

On September 1, 2021, the six-week Texas abortion law came into effect, being the first six-week ban in the United States.  The Texas 6 week abortion law violates a woman’s right to get an abortion...

Texas now has the loosest gun control laws in the country

Texas now has the loosest gun control laws in the country

Hailey Jade Almonte, News Editor September 27, 2021

The Second Amendment has been a controversial topic for a very long time, and, last Wednesday, Texas added fuel to the fire when governor Greg Abbott signed a new law that allows anyone over the age of...

The Adultification Bias continues to hurt young girls

The Adultification Bias continues to hurt young girls

Reanne James, Staff Reporter April 22, 2021

On January 29th of 2021, in Rochester, New York, the police were called to a domestic mental health crisis situation, which ended in a 9-year-old Black girl being pepper sprayed and handcuffed by police...

Louis Tomlinson wins Artist of the Summer

Louis Tomlinson wins Artist of the Summer

Alivia Stonier, Senior Editor December 15, 2020

Louis Tomlinson is a twenty eight year old British artist who, in January of 2020 released his first solo album Walls the album is full of honesty and emotion as the artist takes the listener through events...

The right show their hypocrisy in the confirmation of Justice Barrett

The right show their hypocrisy in the confirmation of Justice Barrett

Ashley Antunes, Senior Editor December 7, 2020

With the presidential election well underway, Republicans of the Senate have wasted no time in pushing their illegitimate confirmation process, raising Amy Coney Barrett from the U.S. Court of Appeals...

America has found Joe Biden’s hope more appealing than Trump’s ego

America has found Joe Biden’s hope more appealing than Trump’s ego

Julia Kropo, Staff Reporter December 1, 2020

The past few months have felt like years. On top of Covid-19 still spreading, racial injustice still existing, and protesters still marching, the race to find the next president of the United States took...

Biden and Harris begin to govern, and America should let them

Biden and Harris begin to govern, and America should let them

Thomas Barry, Staff Reporter November 16, 2020

Saturday was an extraordinary day for the Biden-Harris campaign, after an election, that will go down in the history books, was finally called for the Democrats, who defeated Republicans Donald Trump and...

The justice system continues to fail people of color

The justice system continues to fail people of color

Britney Amankwah, Senior Editor October 27, 2020

For centuries, the government and criminal justice system has failed people of color. Minorities tend to be underrepresented, deprioritized, and marginalized in the hands of the law. In recent years, the...

Columbus Day or Indigenous Peoples Day?

Columbus Day or Indigenous Peoples’ Day?

Matthew Davy, Staff Reporter October 27, 2020

The second Monday of October, currently recognised as the federal holiday, Columbus Day, may be changed to “Indigenous Peoples’ Day” as a result of pressure from activists, as well as the current...

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