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Ending Wildfires Before They End Us!

Ending Wildfires Before They End Us!

Albenita Kukaj, Reporter

January 16, 2018


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Imagine a place where the only way that you could go outside is by having a gas mask on. Well, you will not have to imagine it any longer. There have been countless wildfires erupting in California, and they all come from one major problem: global warming. With temperatures rising steadily each year, it i...

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt

Marat Potapov, Reporter

January 16, 2018


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The Basics of Egyptology Egyptology is the study of Egypt, and its long ancient history. The history of Ancient Egypt is mostly based in 3 parts of time. The Old Kingdom spanning from 2650B.C.-2450B.C., the Middle Kingdom spanning from 2450B.C. to 1550B.C., and finally the New Kingdom 1550 to 712...

Farting Cows?!?

Farting Cows?!?

Albenita Kukaj, Reporter

November 26, 2017


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People tend to believe that carbon dioxide is the only factor in global warming. Two examples of where carbon dioxide is emitted from are cars and factories. However, what you really need to be picturing right now is farting cows. No, you did not read that wrong. Although all greenhouse gases play roles...

The D.C Sniper Story

The D.C Sniper Story

Chae-ann Lawrence, Reporter

November 26, 2017


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In Washington D.C, in 2002, a man named John Allen Muhammad drove fear into the people of Washington D.C for three weeks. He went on a shooting spree along with his accomplice, who he had manipulated and trained to be a cold and brutal killer. The teenager, Lee Boyd Malvo and Muhammad were dubbed the...

Environmental Sustainability

Environmental Sustainability

Muhammad Ahsan, Reporter

November 26, 2017


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When our great ancestors saw this Earth, they must have thought that they are in some kind of Paradise full of colors and with an infinite amount of resources. Well, they were wrong (about the last part), because our environment actually has a limited amount of resources. Once used completely, they need...

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Mariam Mohhsen, Reporter

November 26, 2017


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-Americans eat 46 million turkeys each Thanksgiving. -The first "Thanksgiving" was held in the autumn of 1621. -Thanksgiving didn't become a national holiday until over 200 years later. -Some of the other coldest places in the world are Russia (specifically Siberia), Finland, and Mongolia. -Th...

Lolita Style At FDR

Lolita Style At FDR

Samia Tariq, Reporter

October 11, 2017


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FDR is home to many students, of different backgrounds, which means that there is a lot of style diversity in the school. Walking through the hallways you see all types of people dressed in many outfits. Someone whose outfit choices, and style, stands out "majorly" is KeCheng Zhong. Her outfits are so...

Hurricane Warning!

Hurricane Warning!

Albenita Kukaj, Reporter

October 11, 2017


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Hurricanes are natural disasters, well, they were, once. This past century, oceans have warmed an average of 1-3 degrees Fahrenheit. That may not sound like such a large number to you, but in this case, it is. With warmer oceans comes melting glaciers on both the north and south pole, causing water levels...

Tears Behind the Great Wall

Tears Behind the Great Wall

Xiaoying Mei, Reporter

June 2, 2017


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You might have heard of the Great Wall of China, as it is one of the Seven Wonders in the world. It draws admiration from around the world with its greatness, while the cruelty behind it gets little attention. In memory of the deaths under Emperor Qin’s cruelty, stories were written and spread among t...

Trump- Climate Change is Unimportant

Trump- Climate Change is Unimportant

Tiffany Chen, Writer

June 2, 2017


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  How important can climate change possibly be? Who needs the Paris Accords? It's only an increase of 1.7 degrees Fahrenheit in 135 years, how is that even important? Only 720,000 square kilometers of sea ice melted, what's the big deal? No one is dying, so why does anyone need to care? Sure, climate...

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