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A Month of Militia for Oregon

A Month of Militia for Oregon

William Byrd and David Mardakhayev, Reporters

February 6, 2016

In a state known for its natural beauty, and diverse wild life, there was an intense standoff between the federal government and armed protesters. Though Oregon is neither close to our homes or hearts, the showdown that took place there raises a lot of questions on the management of public lands. The...

The Hydra of New York City

The Hydra of New York City

Annie Abreu, Reporter

February 6, 2016

In Greek mythology, the demi god Hercules slayed a creature called Lernaean Hydra. With his sword, and a bit of fire, Hercules managed to slay the Hydra.  However, it wasn’t all that simple. If the Hydra’s head was cut off, it is said that one or multiple heads would grow back to take it’s plac...

The Empathy Gap

The Empathy Gap

William Byrd, Reporter

December 4, 2015

In the month of November, the world has been brought back to the reality of our generation- Global Terrorism. Terrorist had once again attacked a modern, civilized and densely populated city.  While Paris was a horrific tragedy,  I am writing about the city of Beirut and its citizens. As well as an...

The Paris Attacks

The Paris Attacks

Chae-ann Lawrence, Reporter

December 4, 2015

The world was saddened on November 13, 2015 in Paris, France when another terrorist orchestrated and killed over 100 people and injured over 300. The mastermind behind these attacks was Abdelhamid Abaaoud. He had been planning for 11 months to cause terror in Europe. The attacks on France played out...

Fracked, to Death

Fracked, to Death

David Mardakhayev, Reporter

December 4, 2015

It’s no secret that oil makes the world go around, seeing that it powers just about everything humans need. The thing people don’t hear enough about is fracking for natural gas. This is the boogeyman for the environment. It’s the not so silent polluter of water and destroyer of the Earth. It is...

NYC and the Terror Threat

NYC and the Terror Threat

Annie Abreu, Reporter

December 4, 2015

We saw it happen live on the news and on social media sites we use everyday for entertainment. The attacks in Paris, however, were not a form of entertainment, they were horrifying events that sparked a scare in our nation. The day after the attacks, these changes were noticeable in New York City. Th...

El Nino

El Nino

David Mardakhayev, Reporter

October 4, 2015

There is a new threat emerging that is targeting the Golden State of California, and the rest of the Western coast of America. It isn’t ISIS, it isn’t a gang, and it isn’t some venomous animal outbreak. It is something much worse and much more dangerous. It is known as El Nino, and it does not...

Pope Francis’ First Visit To The U.S.

Chaeann Lawrence, Reporter

October 4, 2015

Pope Francis, the leader of the Roman Catholic Church, began his first visit to the United States on Tuesday September 22.  He stayed for the duration 6 days. His first stop before arriving in New York was Washington D.C. His visit, according to CNN news, was to, "Highlight his love for the poor and...

The Republican Field

William Byrd, Reporter

October 4, 2015

In recent months, the G.O.P. campaign for the Republican primaries have heated up.  There is much debate about topics across both social media and the news. Though the primaries are months away, it is still important to know who exactly is attempting to become the next president of the United States....

Summertime Disease

Summertime Disease

Annie Abreu, Reporter

October 4, 2015

When you think of summer, you think of long hot relaxing days; you don’t think of deaths that you caused, because you wanted to cool down during the day. Cooling towers in the South Bronx and Manhattan were the cause for over 100 cases of the Legionnaires disease and around a dozen deaths. The ...

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