Written By Kassidy Shaw It’s February which means it’s now Black History Month. For centuries African Americans were seen as less than, because of this inequity, we now celebrate African American or Black history month to honor the accomplishments made … Continue reading What is Black History Month and Why Do We Celebrate it?
Written By Sumria Islam By now we have all heard about what’s happening in Myanmar, a country in southeast Asia. Back in 1948 the country struggled with independence. However, after a lot of time they were united. After gaining independence, … Continue reading Social Issues Beyond America
Written By Joseph Bickel President Joe Biden revealed his COVID-19 relief plan called the American Rescue Plan. The hope is that the American Rescue Plan will sustain U.S. families and firms until the COVID-19 vaccine is widely available. The total … Continue reading Biden’s New Groove
Written By Adrianna LoChirco Before you send out those feast invitations or make those travel arrangements, keep in mind that there continue to be tens of thousands of new COVID-19 cases diagnosed in the United States each day, and we’re … Continue reading Got Plans For Thanksgiving Day Celebration? Not so fast.
Written by Debra Murray As the upcoming election nears in November, the COVID-19 pandemic gives voters insight into how presidential candidates would handle a crisis if they were elected. “I want to vote for a candidate who takes the wellbeing … Continue reading COVID-19 Shows Voters How Presidential Candidates Will Respond in Office
Written by Debra Murray The U.S Food and Drug Administration has officially raised the age to purchase tobacco products including nicotine vape products such as JUUL and NJOY. This law had already been in place in several states but is … Continue reading Raising the Legal Age to Purchase Nicotine Is Seen as a Positive and Negative Change
Written By Adrianna LoChirco Kobe Bryant personified the modern sports alpha. On the court, he was the alpha, really—for better, and, sometimes, worse, in greatness and defeat, demanding to put the whole game on his shoulders when it mattered most, … Continue reading Mamba Mentality Forever
Written by Debra Murray Student debt is an incredible weight on recent college graduates. According to Forbes, money borrowed for student loans varying in age, race, gender, etc. equals more than 1.5 trillion dollars. Student loan debt is the second … Continue reading How Future College Students Will Vote Based on the Student Debt Crisis
Written by Debra Murray As the 2020 presidential election closes in, high school students are faced with figuring out what it is that they support politically. From wearing “Make America Great Again” hats to attending women’s rights protests, high school … Continue reading Students Explain the Issues That First-Time Voters Care About
Written by Debra Murray Women’s reproductive rights are currently the biggest issue in this legislative session as many new laws have been voted on. Getting an abortion may become a crime in several states. Many states are pushing to restrict … Continue reading What Local High School Students Have to Say About Extreme Abortion Changes