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911: A System That Cannot Work 100% Of The Time

911: A System That Cannot Work 100% Of The Time

Mena Matta, Reporter

June 6, 2016


Filed under Critical Analysis

This is not a conspiracy like 9/11, this is a fact about 911, the system that is designed to save lives and protect the American people, is still incapable of doing both 100% of the time. Some may say, “It’s because of the human error of dispatchers,” but the reason behind it is irresponsibility...

Fun Facts

Fun Facts

Mohinur Bakaeva, Publisher

June 6, 2016


Filed under Did You Know

This month’s Fun Facts are about a family with blue skin, tongue prints, and snowflakes. The longest time between two twins being born is 87 days. Try and figure that out! Everyone has a unique tongue print, just like fingerprints. The loneliest creature on Earth is a whale, who has been calling o...

Extreme Europe

Extreme Europe

Jeffery Doherty, Reporter

June 6, 2016


Filed under Critical Analysis

The movement spurned by Trump appears unique. There seems to only be a call to arms for the far-right racists, homophobes ,and xenophobes in the United States. The reality is, Europe, often seen as a bastion of progressive and liberal thought, appears to have some of the same movements, as it did ne...

Grave Robbing in the Modern World

Jeffery Doherty, Reporter

April 21, 2016


Filed under Critical Analysis

When you delete files on your computer, you often believe they’re gone. When you empty the recycle bin, and files are permanently deleted, it’s normal to think those files are gone, forever. Think again. Files, are just like the bodies we have in the real world. We take up space, and when we die,...

When Whites Weren’t On Top

When Whites Weren’t On Top

Boris Kaplan, Reporter

April 21, 2016


Filed under Critical Analysis, How'd It Happen

Race, racism, oppression and privilege, all issues of the modern time- with controversy all about. In this discussion, there is inaccurate, or straight up, wrong information. One such being that whites, as a racial group, have never at any point of history experienced oppression. That is historicall...

Fun Facts

Fun Facts

Mohinur Bakaeva, Reporter

April 21, 2016


Filed under Critical Analysis, Did You Know

Today's Fun Facts are about Dr.Seuss and the dare, cows and their best friends, and ostriches with small brains! The phrase “to turn a blind eye” comes from British Vice Admiral Nelson, who was blind in one eye. In one battle, when he was signaled to stop attacking a fleet of Danish ships, he ...

A Big Misconception About Climate Change

A Big Misconception About Climate Change

Mena Matta, Reporter

April 21, 2016


Filed under Critical Analysis

If someone asks you, “What is the leading cause of climate change?” What would your answer be? You would probably say, “Burning fossil fuel.” DING DING DING. You lost your planet. In fact, you probably don’t know it, and would call me a liar and an anti-environmentalist for what I am...

Oscars- Sooooo White!

Mena Matta, Reporter

February 10, 2016


Filed under Critical Analysis, Editorial

Oscars season is here, and I am so excited for the movies that I have watched in 2015. All of the nominated best pictures (Mad Max, The Revenant, Bridge of Spies, etc) offered drama and comedy, and we might finally see Leonardo DiCaprio win an Oscar. Chris Rock will be back to host the Oscars, which ma...

The Great Wall of Racism?

The Great Wall of Racism?

Jeffery Doherty and Boris Kaplan, Reporters

February 10, 2016


Filed under Critical Analysis

Trump would build a wall along the US-Mexico border to stop illegal immigrants from illegally entering the United States if he were to be elected president. Currently that is a plausible reality since he is currently the Republican front runner. According to recent polls, he currently has 40% favor am...

Fun Facts

Fun Facts

Mohinur Bakaeva, Publisher

December 4, 2015


Filed under Did You Know

1. The man who created the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup was a farmer, by the name of Harry Burnett Reese. 2. The little finger or toe is called the minimus. 3. Lettuce is a member of the sunflower family. 4. An octothorpe is the # symbol on a telephone. This is commonly known as the ‘Hash’ sy...

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