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The Presidential Candidates on the Refugees

The Presidential Candidates on the Refugees

Kathryn Daigle ‘17, Assistant Editor

January 7, 2016

After the Paris attacks, many candidates are shifting their previous sentiments about the refugee crisis. Some are against taking in refugees while others encourage accepting refugees, but they all have one goal in mind: to protect present and future Americans. Few candidates are pro refugee, or hoping to...

A Minute-By-Minute Replay of the Fourth Republican Debate

A Minute-By-Minute Replay of the Fourth Republican Debate

Julia Biertempfel '16, Editor-in-Chief

January 7, 2016

Fox Business, partnering with Wall Street Journal, hosted the fourth Republican Debate, with Neil Cavuto, Maria Bartiromo, and Editor-In-Chief of the Wall Street Journal, Gerard Baker, asking the questions to the candidates. The Republican candidates that participated in the debate were Donald Trump...

Adele Makes a Soulful and Successful Return with 25

Chloe Yueh ‘17, Staff Writer

January 7, 2016

After a 3-year hiatus, Adele has made a long-anticipated comeback to the music industry, with her latest album 25. On October 23, the lead single “Hello” was released and it soon swept the charts, achieving international commercial success by reaching number one in 28 countries. It became the first s...

Spectre

Maggie Leone '17, Kelsey Locante '17, Sports Editor and Staff Writer

January 7, 2016

The twenty-fourth installment of the James Bond movie series, Spectre, was released on November 5th, 2015.  The film is incredibly captivating and Daniel Craig, who plays Bond, heightens the experience with his amazing acting. The movie is very interesting, leaving the viewers on the edge of their se...

Hurricane Patricia Hits Mexico

Hannah Collins '18, Staff Writer

January 7, 2016

Hurricane Patricia was one for the books: it was one of the most powerful tropical cyclones ever measured in the Western Hemisphere. It even broke the record for the lowest pressure in any hurricane, which measured at 879 millibars. From October 20 to October 24, 2015, Hurricane Patricia greatly affected Me...

Terror in Paris

Terror in Paris

Grace Doerfler '18, News Editor

January 7, 2016

The evening of November 13, 2015 began as a peaceful Friday night in Paris, France. Citizens were abuzz about the friendly soccer match between the French and German teams. Couples headed out for dinner and concerts, enjoying an evening in the City of Light. However, as darkness fell, Paris was struck...

Russian Plane Crash

Julia Wingward '18, Staff Writer

January 7, 2016

On November 9th, there was news of a plane crash, that of Russian Metrojet Flight 9268.  The plane was found destroyed and scattered in Egypt. It departed from Egyptian city Sharm el-Sheikh, heading towards St. Petersburg, Russia. The leading theory is that the terror group ISIS planted a bomb on th...

Cuba’s Time Bomb

Rachel Kondrat '17, Staff Writer

January 7, 2016

Today, Cuba faces an unprecedented population decline. In 2010, Cuba’s entire population was about 11.3 million, but this number has decreased by 30,000 citizens in just the past 5 years. If this trend continues the effects of this population loss will be far-reaching. The government is keenly aware ...

Black Lives Matter

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

January 7, 2016

What does it mean for a generation of young people brought up to respect the police when the people who are supposed to keep us safe are taking innocent lives of people of color?  Unfounded aggression on the part of white police officers makes one question whether American justice is truly just. Today,...

Why is Donald Trump So Popular?

Why is Donald Trump So Popular?

Rachel Kondrat '17, Staff Writer

October 13, 2015

Donald Trump is leading in the polls and rising in the Republican Party. He has surpassed Jeb Bush, who was considered the front-runner and a serious candidate by Fox News. However, Trump has an ego the size of his buildings and can barely contain himself while speaking. How can this be true? Most ...

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