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The History & Future of Abortion Laws in the United States

The History & Future of Abortion Laws in the United States

Melanie Justiniano, Reporter

June 5, 2019


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"Abortions cannot just be theoretically legal, it has to be literally accessible." - - John Oliver Recently Alabama passed a bill that bans abortions, unless it is fatal to the mother or fetus. Basically, if the fetus cannot survive outside the womb, abortion is acceptable. This bill also states...

Why can’t women just speak out about being sexually assaulted?

Why can’t women just speak out about being sexually assaulted?

Karen Wu, Reporter

March 27, 2019


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A graduate from one of the country’s top law schools, a lifelong career in law, and well respected by his colleagues. On July 9, 2018 Brett Kavanaugh was nominated by President Trump to serve as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, the highest court of the country. Although this was a huge mile...

Zuckerberg’s “Big” Change?

Zuckerberg’s “Big”  Change?

Melanie Justiniano, Reporter

March 27, 2019


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The 2016 presidential election truly exposed that our privacy isn’t important to Facebook. The private information of millions of people was left exposed, and the users were also surrounded by “fake news.” Although Mark Zuckerberg stated that Facebook will tighten its security, the plan itself i...

The Transcontinental Railroad- “The Hell on Wheels”

The Transcontinental Railroad- “The Hell on Wheels”

Marat Potapov, Reporter

February 6, 2019


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The Transcontinental Railroad was a major turning point in the history of the Untied States of America. The construction of this great road took 6 long years between 1863-1869. The time was one of great reform and chaos. In the 1830s, up until the late 1850s, people had already been traveling west...

The Story of Those Who Came Before: Ancient Greece

The Story of Those Who Came Before: Ancient Greece

Marat Potapov, Reporter

December 4, 2018


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Ancient Greece, the mother to philosophical thought, mathematics, the alphabet, the Olympics, extremely great seafood, and much more. This great civilization was filled with distinct minds, societies, and ideas. However, two of their more famous aspects of their culture is mythology and religion. This...

The Beauty of Islam

The Beauty of Islam

Amal Eldesouky, Reporter

December 4, 2018


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Islam first began in Mecca, which is now a state in Saudi Arabia. Before Islam, people in Mecca were called Quraish. It was a period where people basically did not have any knowledge and were uneducated. Everything in their life was based on doing wrong. During that period, people used to own slaves....

The New Dealers Is Hiring

The New Dealers Is Hiring

October 11, 2018


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The New Dealer is looking for hard-working  and dedicated writers! Students are welcome to propose ideas for articles or fill positions for our Reviews and Current Events sections. See Mr. Sullivan in room 113 or 123, during your lunch, or before your school day. You can also email Mr. Sullivan on...

FDR’s Gamer’s Club Is Here!

FDR’s Gamer’s Club Is Here!

Staff

October 11, 2018


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FDR has a new club for students interested in table top games of all sorts. This includes hidden role games, where your identity is a secret and others must guess it, card games such as Magic the Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh, and role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons. The club promotes team work, leadership,...

Theatre Company

Theatre Company

Erin Harkins, Reporter

October 11, 2018


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Attention to all interested in the FDR Theatre Company! On October 23, after 9th period, there will be an informative meeting to discuss this years program. Anyone interested in acting, singing, dancing, stage crew, building sets, lighting crew, sound crew, advertising, promoting, and publicizing are...

Aztecs: The Ones Who Worshiped the Sun

Aztecs: The Ones Who Worshiped the Sun

Marat Potapov, Reporter

October 11, 2018


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Ancient Civilizations have been the fascination of many historians throughout the years. From Mesopotamia, to India, to Tibet, all the way to Rome and Egypt. But there is one civilization that some deem to be un-intriguing, or uninteresting. The Aztecs. The Aztecs were a civilization of once nomadic...

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