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Let’s Talk Openly About Mental Health Issues

Let’s Talk Openly About Mental Health Issues

Wenyan Zhang, Reporter

March 27, 2019


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Millions of Americans are affected by mental illness every year, and the fact that mental health disorders are pervasive in the United States is no secret. However, many people don’t realize that not only adults, but millions of American students also suffer from mental health problems. Only a fraction...

Emergence of the Complexity

Emergence of the Complexity

Muhammad Ahsan, Reporter

March 27, 2019


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When Hydrogen is in gas form, it is highly flammable and explosive, but when the same hydrogen forms a bond with oxygen, it becomes a flame extinguisher. Water has entirely different properties compared to the properties of the atoms that make it up. The same phenomenon can be observed in living things....

Roads?! Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.

Roads?! Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.

Ian Cernokulski, Reporter

March 27, 2019


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Time travel has always been a part of the fictional world, such as Back To The Future or Doctor Who. However, not many realize that traveling through time is absolutely possible, and was done many times before. If there was a prize for the most time traveled to the future, then Sergei Krikalev would ha...

You Should Vote!

You Should Vote!

Alyssa Lee, Reporter

February 6, 2019


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America was built and founded on the ideas of democracy, and by not exercising our right to vote, we are throwing away our voices and allowing our government to essentially become vulnerable from making any further progress. We need to vote, especially us, the newer and younger generation of Americans...

The Government Shutdown

The Government Shutdown

Melanie Justiniano, Reporter

February 6, 2019


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The government shutdown went on for over thirty three days. This government shutdown was issued, because President Trump wanted 5.7 billion dollars to fund a wall that would go along the southern border. The wall had been one of his campaign promises to ensure border protection. The first bill proposed...

CAn wE uSE iT to0?

CAn wE uSE iT to0?

Emroyana Caesar, Reporter

February 6, 2019


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The N word has developed over time, and the history behind it is quite interesting. Prior to the creation, or even thought of Nigger Negus, was the N word, not a bad one, but the N word nonetheless. Negus means king, and was typically used as a title for the sovereign of Ethiopia. Then it was alter...

Tardigrades – The Immortals Among Us

Tardigrades – The Immortals Among Us

Muhammad Ahsan, Reporter

February 6, 2019


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We all have a few favorites when we think about picking the toughest animal on Earth. Some of these favorites include Gorillas, Lions, Elephants and Bulldogs (because why not?). The truth is that the toughest animal is actually none of those. It is a bear and not the types of bear you are probably thinki...

The Key to “The Theory of Everything”

The Key to “The Theory of Everything”

Muhammad Ahsan, Reporter

December 4, 2018


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If you are a science geek, then you probably already know about Einstein's theory of general relativity and the standard model. So, what are the theory of general relativity and the standard model? For those who like to spend their time not reading about science stuff, and like to actually have fun i...

E=mc^2

E=mc^2

Ian Cernokulski, Reporter

December 4, 2018


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"The simple truth is that interstellar distances will not fit into human imagination. Even light, which travels so fast that it takes most races thousands of years to realize that it travels at all, takes time to journey between the stars"(Douglas Adams). Light is a very interesting concept, perhaps...

The Fairer, The Better Your Life.

The Fairer, The Better Your Life.

December 4, 2018


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I was six year old when I stood near a wall and scrawled out my wish to have fair skin again. Even though my wish did not stay for long, I continued to be dissatisfied with my own skin color for a long time. When I came here, I had a chance of seeing people getting into “tanning beds” or delib...

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