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 Selena Bailey Approximately six and a half million animals are put into animal shelters a year. During 2020 we went through, and are continuing to go through a pandemic that has put many people out of work and … Continue reading Animal Adoption During A Pandemic
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 Halle Unthank After the unfortunate death of Breonna Taylor, protesting and riots have been very prevalent throughout the country, especially here in Louisville, Kentucky. With some people against rioting and others participating, there is an underlying question: Is … Continue reading Riots in America, Why are we rioting?
Written By Adrianna LoChirco Since May 11, when Kentucky began its phased reopening after two months of a near-total shutdown, face coverings have become highly recommended for all patrons at grocery stores, restaurants and other places that frequently see large … Continue reading Do You Wear A Mask?
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 PRP has had several issues regarding students carrying guns this year, which is seemingly more of an issue this year than during previous years. According to a PBS article, students in the United States were caught … Continue reading Armed Students Have Raised Safety Concerns at PRP
Written by Charley Harp In high school, many students will get their first job. While it can be super exciting for them to have their own money and a reliable source of income, it is very important for them to … Continue reading Know Your Workers’ Rights
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