Resignation of Puerto Rican Government

Governor Ricardo Rosselló of Puerto Rico recently issued a statement declaring his intentions to resign on August 2nd. The announcement came amid a scandal involving text messages between Rosselló and 11 other political allies. In these texts, they mocked the victims of Hurricane Maria, which killed approximately 3,000 residents of Puerto Rico. Also included in … Continue reading

Hong Kong Protests

Last February, the Hong Kong government started contemplating a specific bill that would later spark the many protests in Hong Kong. This proposed bill would let Hong Kong’s chief executive extradite criminals to jurisdictions that have no extradition treaty with Hong Kong. Because Hong Kong does not have an extradition treaty with China, the bill … Continue reading

The Fires in the Amazon

In recent days, alarm has been raised by the increased frequency of fires in the Amazon. With the election of President Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil, many have suspected that it is his “anti-environmental” rhetoric that has led to the spike. Bolsonaro has campaigned on the promise of cutting green regulation and has shown support for … Continue reading

Trump and Israel

Since the beginning of Donald Trump’s presidency, his administration has shown support for Israel and a desire to strengthen relations. Along with many other things, the Trump administration has moved the United States embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, reduced aid to Palestinians, and proposed the Deal of the Century, an Israeli-Palestinian peace plan. On … Continue reading

Remembering Senator John McCain

Senator. War Hero. Father. Author. Presidential Nominee. These were just a few of Senator John McCain’s numerous accolades throughout his lifetime. The politician died on August 25th at 81 years old, due to glioblastoma, an aggressive form of a brain cancer. McCain began his service to this country when he was 22. Graduating from the … Continue reading

Jacksonville Shooting: Two Dead, Ten Injured

On August 26th, a video appeared in news headlines of two young men playing Madden at a competitive gaming tournament. Just a minute into the video, gunshots begin ringing out, and the stream of the game itself stops, though the sound continues. One of the players, Eli “Trueboy” Clayton, dies shortly after. Screams can be … Continue reading

Hurricane Florence Hits

The first major hurricane of the 2018 Atlantic season has formed about 2,000 miles off the east coast. Hurricane Florence, classified as a Category 4 storm, has sustained winds of 140 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center. This storm hit the east coast of the US, primarily affecting North Carolina, South Carolina, and Maryland. … Continue reading

Speculation: What Does Pope Francis Think?

What does Pope Francis really think about the LGBT+ community? This has been a question considered by many people, Catholic and non-Catholic alike. On May 20th, Pope Francis addressed Juan Carlos Cruz, a victim of sexual assault within the church and openly gay man, about his struggles during Cruz’s trip to the Vatican. While their … Continue reading

“Lean In” Engages and Empowers

“Strong, Smart Women; Cool, Compassionate Men; Pizza; Brownies; What more could you want?” was the advertisement sent out to all students and faculty by Dr. Robinson. Thirty-five people answered the call— fourteen faculty members, twenty-two students (among them one freshman, nine sophomores, four juniors, six seniors, and two postgrads). They attended the first Lean In … Continue reading

Second LAN Party Lights Up WIC

On February 10, a LAN Party took place in the WIC room for the second time of the school year. It was more crowded than the preceding party, filling the place with even more fun and laughter. By the end of the night, the entertainment was over, but it was also a major success, leaving … Continue reading

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