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She Needs the Toilet.

She Needs the Toilet.

Xiaoying Mei, Reporter

October 11, 2017


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Can you imagine living in a place where people relieve themselves in public? Or a place where there’s no flush for the toilet?  You may think this is ridiculous. But this is what life is like in many parts of India. Living in a modern country, many people may assume there should always be toilets...

The Secrets of the Human Brain

The Secrets of the Human Brain

Xin Chen, Reporter

October 11, 2017


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How much do you know about your brain? A human brain contains 100 million neurons (nerve cells), which conveys the instructive information to all parts of the body.  During early pregnancy, neurons develop at a shocking rate of 250,000 per minute, the brain continues growing for a few years after ...

Solving Crimes: DNA & Modern Technology Play A Role

Solving Crimes: DNA & Modern Technology Play A Role

Chae-ann Lawrence, Reporter

October 11, 2017


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DNA evidence plays an essential part in solving crimes. DNA evidence and modern technology can be used to link a suspect from a previous crime committed years ago, to a crime that was committed recently. Without the use of DNA many cases would not be substantiated. DNA evidence can directly prove that...

The Renaissance Man- Leonardo Da Vinci

The Renaissance Man- Leonardo Da Vinci

Marat Potapov, Reporter

October 11, 2017


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The Italian Renaissance The Italian Renaissance was a major turning point in world history. The phrase “Renaissance” actually means rebirth. This time period was the time of rebirth and invention. Right after the Medieval period, people started getting new ideas and started wondering about the wo...

Communism: Definition and Liberation

Communism: Definition and Liberation

Boris Kaplan, Editor

June 2, 2017


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Communism and Socialism are are some of the most misused terms in existence. Anyone from Stalin to Bernie Sanders to Castro to Hillary Clinton to Ron Paul have at some time been called, or called themselves, either a Communist or Socialist. The definition of both terms has also been varied. Anything ...

Why didn’t I get in?

Why didn’t I get in?

Levi Ball, Reporter

June 2, 2017


Filed under Critical Analysis, Editorial

After going through the painstaking process of applying to colleges, many students wait anxiously for a possible acceptance letter. So for a highly qualified student, not getting accepted can be a hit to the heart. One that could bring to the surface many insecurities they have in the college admission...

The Pirates of Nassau

The Pirates of Nassau

Marat Potapov, Reporter

June 2, 2017


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The Island of Nassau Many people know or have heard about pirates or privateers. Most information known about pirates, by ordinary people, comes from movies or T.V shows. But believe it or not, the real thing it way more gruesome and is a very appealing story without any supernatural or mythical beings. ...

For “The Right”, Stuck between a rock and a hard place.

For “The Right”, Stuck between a rock and a hard place.

Joshua Kelly, Reporter

June 2, 2017


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For “The Right”, Stuck between a rock and a hard place. This summer brings Britain ever closer to their penultimate election. Come June 8th, the British general election will be complete and the fate of their nation will be decided. There are two sides who stand to win, the Conservative party ...

A Guide to Political Activism

A Guide to Political Activism

Jeffery Doherty, Editor

March 28, 2017


Filed under Critical Analysis, Editorial

A new era was born when Donald Trump took office. A new government was installed that we can only hope will work for the best interests of the United States. Most of the people installed (and those who failed to be installed) to the cabinet, or as the White House staff, have either had questionable ba...

The Nature of Group Work and Introversion

The Nature of Group Work and Introversion

Boris Kaplan, Editor

March 28, 2017


Filed under Critical Analysis, Editorial

As group work has become increasingly integrated into our education system, a sort of decentralized student focused initiative, the effects of it can be clearly seen. The goal on the surface seems to virtuous: to get students to become more involved in their education, increase socializing based arou...

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