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Nuclear War?

Nuclear War?

Shifa Maqsood, Reporter

March 27, 2019


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Only a few weeks ago, the world’s two archenemies were on a brink of war, both heavily armed with nuclear weapons. India and Pakistan have fought three wars over Kashmir, a land both lay claim to, since their birth in 1947. Tensions have always simmered between the two countries, whether on borders o...

Climate Change in Costa Rica

Climate Change in Costa Rica

Erin Harkins, Reporter

March 27, 2019


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The issue of climate change has been long debated. Recently, there has been a large push towards aiding climate control, and trying to reverse any effects that climate change has had on the Earth and people. In the past week, many students walked out of schools and joined in protests to try and fight...

New Zealand Mosque Shooting

New Zealand Mosque Shooting

Amal Eldesouky, Reporter

March 27, 2019


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Throughout history, we have seen many events where people kill each other based on their religious beliefs. Looking all around the world right now, there are many religions that seek to keep the world in peace. We all are born with one right that should be respected no matter what, and that right is...

Democratic Women Rising!

Democratic Women Rising!

Karen Wu, Reporter

February 6, 2019


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After centuries of male leadership and superiority, women are rising up in positions of power more than ever. It has been engraved in society that men are more deserving, qualified, and accepted to hold positions of power. The teaching of the story of Adam and Eve, dating back to the beginning of Judeo-...

Government Problems In Bangladesh

Government Problems In Bangladesh

Tahiya Naoshin

February 6, 2019


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For years, our country has been changing tremendously and has affected the world. But, now the time has come to talk about one of the weaker and poorer countries in the world, Bangladesh. The official name of Bangladesh is the "People's Republic of Bangladesh," which actually means the country of Bengal. As...

Trump’s Transgender Military Ban

Trump’s Transgender Military Ban

Nehaan Khan, Reporter

February 6, 2019


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This past month the Supreme Court made a big push towards the revival of President Trump’s ban on transgender service in the military. Beforehand, lower courts which dealt with the case, had placed injunctions on the ban, this meant the lower courts were not allowing for Trump to enforce this polic...

Women In Congress!

Women In Congress!

Emroyana Caesar, Reporter

December 4, 2018


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October 12th, 1492 was a day forever engraved in the minds of many. The discovery of the "New World," which is now known as America, is a highly important moment in history. What seemed as a possible aligning of two societies, and the expansion of something great, was not done. The genocide attempted...

Romaine Lettuce. Could Kill You.

Romaine Lettuce. Could Kill You.

Naheen Khan, Reporter

December 4, 2018


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Romaine lettuce, a common household vegetable, was recently contaminated with E. coli. The Food and Drug Administration has gotten to the bottom of where its coming from. FDA investigators traced the start of the E. coli lettuce crisis back to the Central Coast growing region of California. The FDA, ...

The Rohingya Crisis

The Rohingya Crisis

Naheen Khan, Reporter

October 11, 2018


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RAKHINE, MYANMAR, once a home to a million Rohingya people, is now a ‘Muslim dry’ zone. Life away from home wasn’t exactly what the Rohingya people had in mind when they settled in the villages of Rakhine. In the nation of Myanmar, there are three known ethnic/ religious groups, which are the Buddhists,...

Package Of Bills Are Creating Environmental Justice In New York City

Package Of Bills Are Creating Environmental Justice In New York City

Linda Pillcorema, Reporter

June 3, 2018


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New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, and 19 members of the New York City Council, introduced a package of bills to eliminate lead poisoning within the five boroughs. This legislation would help enforce and regulate the city’s current lead laws. Through this legislation, it would help prevent...

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