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Partners in the Oval Office: The Vice Presidential Debate and Other Notes

Caroline Albacete '17, Editor-in-Chief

November 7, 2016

Can there ever be another pair such as Barack Obama and Joe Biden? The two appear to the be the best of friends (with matching bracelets to prove it!), who always have each other’s backs and support their governmental policies. But time is running short for this bromance, and a new pair must step up to ...

Consol Energy Center to PPG Paints Arena

Consol Energy Center to PPG Paints Arena

Lucia Williams '20, Staff Writer

November 3, 2016

There is a new arena in town….. or is there? The Consol Energy Center has recently been re-named PPG Paints Arena. On October 4, 2016, the Pittsburgh Penguins officially announced the new name of the arena. They had been working on this deal for many months prior to the day of the announcement. Im...

Bromance in the Oval Office: The Vice-Presidential Debate and Other Notes

Bromance in the Oval Office: The Vice-Presidential Debate and Other Notes

Caroline Albacete '17, Editor-in-Chief

November 3, 2016

Can there ever be another pair such as Barack Obama and Joe Biden? The two appear to the be the best of friends (with matching bracelets to prove it!), who always have each other’s backs and support their governmental policies. But time is running short for this bromance, and a new pair must step u...

Pope Francis’ Views on the Death Penalty

Hannah Collins, '18, Staff Writer

March 17, 2016

“Thou shalt not kill” and the concept of the death penalty clearly contradict, right? Well that’s exactly what Pope Francis thinks. In accordance with this Jubilee Year of Mercy, which started December 8, 2015, Pope Francis is voicing his opinions that the death penalty should be abolished wor...

John Fetterman: Braddock Mayor to Beat Them All

Greta Parr, '18, Magazine Editor

January 10, 2016

The mayor of Braddock, Pennsylvania has decided to run for the U.S. Senate, and his name is John Fetterman.  Fetterman’s work to bring life back into Braddock brought him attention from around the globe, and this video gives you all the insight you need to know about Fetterman: who he is and where h...

Media Coverage of Beirut and Paris: Is There Media Bias?

Isabella Very '17, Staff Writer and Caroline Albacete '17, Assistant Editor

January 10, 2016

Many of the most popular social media headlines in the past weeks have involved the city of Beirut in Lebanon, where a brutal terrorist attack killed 37 people and wounded 181 on November 12, 2015. Most of these headlines, however, do not detail the attack or the aftermath, but rather the lack of media co...

U.S. Warship in South China Sea

Chloe Yueh '17, Staff Writer

January 10, 2016

On October 27, the U.S. Navy made a long-anticipated entry into the disputed waters of South China Sea. The USS Lassen, a guided missile destroyer, sailed within 12 nautical miles of Subi Reef, on which China has built an artificial island. The warship was sent to challenge Beijing’s territorial claim...

Justin Trudeau: Canada’s New Prime Minister

Annie Trainer '18, Staff Writer

January 10, 2016

Most people are familiar with the Canadian flag, a red maple leaf centered in a white square on a red background, representing the nation’s unity and the Canadian government. But the average American probably isn’t familiar with how Canada’s government works. Canada is a parliamentary democracy. This me...

Debate over admission of Syrian refugees spikes after Paris, Beirut attacks

Maggie Leone '17, Sports Editor and Maura Ward '17, Staff Writer

January 10, 2016

As of November 19th, 31 states in the US declared that they would not welcome Syrian refugees because of the increased threat of terrorism to the United States.  However, Pennsylvania is not one of them.  Governor Wolf’s decision to allow Syrian refugees into the state is a very controversial matter ...

Summary of Republican Candidates

Emma Hoover '17, Staff Writer

January 10, 2016

The race for the Republican nomination for president has been more colorful this election season than in years past. With an ex-CEO, a business mogul, and a neurosurgeon as contenders for the nomination, along with typical career politicians such as Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio, how could one not be int...

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