Apple Lawsuit

February 21, 2018


Filed under World

  Over time, technology has significantly progressed, becoming a partof our everyday routine. Not only have the production of factory machines been made, but the making of products like phones and computers. The company Apple is known for their iPhones which has over one billion users and continues to...

Trumps First Year

Matt Traverso, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018


Filed under Editorial, World

Our 45th President, Donald J. Trump, was inaugurated to the White House on January 20, 2017. Since then, Trump has said and done many controversial things, some may say he has divided the United States more than brought it together. Trump, being a controversial and dividing President, has not played in hi...

Kim Jong Un’s New Year’s Resolution

Max Berryman, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018


Filed under World

New Year’s is a time for change and a time to start a new with a resolution. Kim Jong Un, leader of North Korea, has a resolution of his own, one that could abolish the delicate political landscape that 2017 has given us. On the first day of this year, a short statement was given by Kim Jong Un statin...

Paris Dis-Agreement

Michael Space, Staff Writer

January 5, 2018


Filed under World

If you were told that 196 countries could agree on one thing, what would you think that one thing was? The correct answer is the environment. On December 12, 2015, 197 countries met in Paris to discuss an international agreement to prevent climate change, preserve the environment, and specifically to...

Losing Our Internet Freedom

Michael Costa, Staff Writer

January 5, 2018


Filed under World

  Everywhere you go you see people using the internet. At this point it has become the foundation of our generation. Whether it’s cell phones, computers, or gaming consoles everyone is connected. When we access the internet our expectations are high, and we expect to have the abilit...

Flooding of a Century

Channing Prins, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017


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Writer Hurricane Harvey broke the record of the most extreme rainfall on the U.S mainland. In the course of four days we saw enough water to keep Niagra Falls flowing for 15 days straight. It’s estimated that up to 100,000 homes were flooded out, with only about 40% being covered with flood insurance....

Getting out Doesn’t Mean You’re Actually Out

Liam Redmond, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017


Filed under World

While North Korea’s intentions and day-to-day activities are covert for all but for those inside of the “slaughterhouse” itself, the horrors and human rights violations that occur within country are not. With the hundreds of publicly available photos and satellite images that illustrate, depict...

Is your cellphone a result of child labor?

Stephanie Gratzel, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017


Filed under World

With the iPhone 8 and iPhone X coming out this past month, and the iPhone 9 coming to shelves soon, millions of teenagers across the world are starting to save up. With multiple holidays coming up, the demand for more phones and other types technology to be made is increasing exponentially. Computers,...

Unfriendly Skies

Unfriendly Skies

Anna Costa, Editor in Cheif

June 12, 2017


Filed under Uncategorized, World

Most people can not stand the stress of going to the airport and trying to get through the security lines, baggage check, and all the other frantic people trying to get to their planes on time. But what is not going through most people’s heads at the time is if they should be afraid for their safety...

The Russian Situation

The Russian Situation

Kirk Kitson, Music Page Editor

March 20, 2017


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  The United States has long drawn suspicion upon Russia’s actions. From the looming Cold War of the post war era to the current deteriorating relationship between Vladimir Putin, there has always been a degree of tension in relations between the United States and Russia. “They are definitely...

Woman’s March

Woman’s March

Anna Costa, Editorial Page Editor

March 2, 2017


Filed under World

Human Rights are Women’s rights, LGBTQ+ rights, Muslim rights, African American rights, immigrant rights, people with disabilities rights, assault victims rights, humans rights are rights for every single person in this diverse and changing world. As our constitution says and our amendments state,...

Christmas in Other Countries

Christmas in Other Countries

Nicolette Barbera, Website Manager

December 7, 2016


Filed under World

The time has come to put away the pumpkins and spooky ghosts, and whip out the stockings and snowmen. Christmas is quickly creeping up on us and many people celebrate it differently either with different traditions locally or globally. Sintaklaas, as the Dutch called him, was born in the 1860’s in...

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