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International Vaccine Distribution

International Vaccine Distribution

Sarah Sehgal, Staff Writer February 17, 2021

Vaccine distribution is the latest thing we are facing during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, it has finally reached a point where we can say that millions of vaccines are being distributed everyday. According...

MVP: The Tom Brady Story

MVP: The Tom Brady Story

Hannah Gould, Co-Editor-in-Chief February 8, 2021

As we reflect on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers winning America’s 55th Super Bowl on Sunday, February 7th, 2021, a look into the life and history of Tampa Bay’s new star quarterback Tom Brady is more than...

California Air Quality Regulations Lifted Due to COVID Deaths

Hannah Gould, Co-Editor-in-Chief February 1, 2021

On Sunday, January 17th, the South Coast Air management district in California announced an executive order temporarily suspending limits on cremations. Air quality regulators have lifted these limits...

Vaccine hesitancy is listed as one of the top threats to global health by the WHO.

Going Down the Rabbit Hole of Vaccine Hesitancy

Analise Draghi, Editor-in-Chief December 18, 2020

A coronavirus vaccine is on the horizon, but many do not see it as a new beginning. Citizens around the world are wary of the vaccine, and many plan to not take it. According to a Pew Research Center survey,...

A doctor helps an elderly woman.

India’s Mystery Illness

Zoey Wang, Staff Writer December 18, 2020

ELURU, INDIA - On Saturday, December 5th, a new illness was detected in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh. It has affected hundreds of people and has even killed at least one, a man named Sridhar, aged...

“I Was Wrong Not to Wear a Mask”- Chris Christie

Sarah Sehgal, Staff Writer November 13, 2020

On October 15, 2020 former governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, revealed that he spent 7 days in the ICU recovering from COVID-19. He now warns Americans to wear masks and take the pandemic very seriously....

Members of the IAEA fact-finding team in Japan visited the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant to assess first-hand the extent of the tsunami damage and gather nuclear safety lessons that could be learned from the accident, 27 May 2011.

Out of sight, Out of Mind: Japan’s Plan to Dump Radioactive Water into the Sea

Analise Draghi, Editor-in-Chief November 4, 2020

Japan has a decision to make: what should be done with the radioactive wastewater left over from the Fukushima disaster? The government is expressing a desire to dump it into the ocean. According to the...

Trump waves at fans standing outside Walter Reed by CNN

Trump’s COVID-19 Diagnosis

Hailey Onweller, World/US News Editor October 16, 2020

On Friday, October 2 the White House reported that Donald Trump was infected with the coronavirus. While this infection is not surprising considering the lack of precautions being taken at the Trump Rallies,...

Image from the signing of the Peace Deal with leaders from United Arab Emirates, Israel, and Bahrain from UPI.com

Trump and Nobel Peace Prize

Hailey Onweller, World/US News Editor October 14, 2020

dHailey Onweller Too soon to call: does Trump deserve the Nobel Prize for peace? Just a few weeks after the first all-Israeli plane landed safely in the United Arab Emirates, Donald Trump was nominated...

Fires in the siberian tundra

Zombie (fire) Apocalypse

Analise Draghi, Editor-in-Chief September 25, 2020

California. The Amazon. Australia. And now the Arctic. The newest edition to the list of unprecedented wildfires is this polar region. The type of fires that are burning in the Arctic are aptly named...

Smog thins in Los Angeles. National Geographic

What COVID-19 Tells us About Climate Change

Analise Draghi, World News Editor April 14, 2020

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s likely that most people have heard of its impact on the environment as more and more populations are required to quarantine: posts of dolphins returning to the...

A classroom is seen empty ahead of the state-wide school closures in Ohio, in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus, inside West Milton Exempted Village School District in West Milton, Ohio, U.S., March 13, 2020. REUTERS/Kyle Grillot

How has Covid-19 Affected Schooling Worldwide?

Analise Draghi, World News Editor April 6, 2020

“Do we demand the kids still master the same amount of content? Do we add additional time to the (next) school year? Start two or three weeks early to try to recoup some of that time?” Sarah Woodward,...

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