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The New Populism?

The New Populism?

Massimiliano Meta, Reporter

March 28, 2017


Filed under Current Events

In the last year, many important events took place. But 2016, will be remembered for the years to come for the rise of populism in the western world. As a matter of fact, America wasn't the only place in which a candidate for office vowed to defeat the ruling elite. In the U.K., France, the Netherlands,...

Would you give your genetic test results to your employer?

Would you give your genetic test results to your employer?

Linda Pillcorema, Reporter

March 28, 2017


Filed under Current Events

Since the year 2008, many Americans across the country haven’t had to worry about giving their genetic information to their employers. American workers have been protected from being asked to give this type of information. Imagine if your employer said that the genetic testing is completely voluntary...

Trump’s first 100 days

Massimiliano Meta, Writer

January 30, 2017


Filed under Current Events

Obama's Presidency is over and Donald J. Trump is the the 45th President. Donald Trump will have the privilege to serve a unified Republican government, although with a slim majority in the Senate of 52. Therefore, Trump will have a easier time putting his agenda forward, just like Obama did in 2009....

Latino Power

Linda Pillcorema, Reporter

January 30, 2017


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Two politicians, Adriano Espaillat and Marisol Alcantara have made history in the U.S. Congress and the New York Senate! Adriano Espaillat has become New York’s newest Congressman to the U.S. Congress and Marisol Alcantara is now New York’s newest State Senator representing the (D) 31st Senate Dis...

How Trump Won the Presidency and Shocked Every Pundit

Massimiliano Meta, Reporter

November 28, 2016


Filed under Current Events

Donald J. Trump won the the race to become the 45th President of the United States of America. Trump won 306 electoral votes while Clinton won 232. Trump's victory shocked almost every political pundit, news anchor, and pollster in the country. Now that the election is done, it's easier to study how...

Breaking Barriers

Breaking Barriers

Linda Pillcorema, Reporter

November 28, 2016


Filed under Current Events

All the people living in this country are privileged. Compared to other countries we have a lot more freedoms and rights. Everywhere we go, we see different faces. Walking onto any block, you can find yourself with a whole new group of people. We all get to see the differences in cultures- like typical...

First Presidential Debate

Massimiliano Meta

October 5, 2016


Filed under Current Events

Even before the debate began, everyone knew that it was going to be a historic moment for three different reasons. Regardless of the differences, both Hillary and Trump have something in common, which is that they’re very different from previous presidents. Hillary, if elected, will become the first...

For The Right: On The Aftermath Of Brexit

For The Right: On The Aftermath Of Brexit

Joshua Kelly, Reporter

October 5, 2016


Filed under Current Events

This summer has seen some of the most baffling displays of catatonic exclamations in recent history. This event is of course being Brexit, the Manchurian candidate of British politics. It could safely be assumed that most people in Britain, especially those leaning towards the left, had not expected...

Striving for the American Dream

Striving for the American Dream

Linda Pillcorema, Reporter

October 5, 2016


Filed under Current Events

Day and night people are trying to get into the United States of America. No matter the risks they face during this journey, or the cost of the journey, nothing stops them from trying to reach the “American Dream.” Many people from different parts of the world immigrate to the U.S. for different...

Primary Season Needs An Overhaul

William Byrd, Reporter

June 6, 2016


Filed under Current Events

Since the start of the primary season, many questions have been raised by the common man, and the media, about the way we elect our choices for president. These questions have especially been asked by those that have participated in the Democratic primary. This primary season has split the demographics...

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