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Marvels Legend Stan Lee Dies at 95

Amisha Khetani, Head of News and Entertainment

November 17, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, News

Stan Lee, creator of Marvel comics characters including Spider-Man and The Hulk, dies at 95. Even if you weren't the sort of comic book fan that knew Lee's name, you've seen his face if you've ever seen a Marvel movie -- and...

Midterm Elections

Santi Gaughan, Editor in Chief

November 9, 2018

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BEEP BEEP The 2018 elections happened, and here are the results and some other information.

Aga Khan Foundation Art Competition

Amisha Khetani, Head of News and Entertainment

October 14, 2018

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For 50 years, the Aga Khan Foundation has partnered with communities in some of the most remote, hard-to-reach parts of Asia and Africa to build better futures together. The youth summit annual event is just one way to spread...

Midterm Election Voting

Amisha Khetani, Head of News and Entertainment

September 26, 2018

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Do you keep up with politics? Are you or are turning 18 by November 6th? You should think about voting for this year’s midterm election! The 2018 midterm elections, featuring hundreds of congressional, state and...

RIP Mac Miller

Meilin Morefield

September 8, 2018

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The world is in shock in learning the news of 26-year-old rapper Mac Miller’s death. He was found in his Studio City home in California on Friday, September 7th and pronounced dead at the scene due to an apparent drug overdose. Friends and ...

It’s Never too Early to Start Worrying About Standardized Tests

Santi Gaughan, Editor in Chief

September 6, 2018

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Here is an article where you can find out when the next SAT and ACT test dates are.

Aftermath of Santa Fe Shooting: High-Tech Security

Sonia Saeed, Head of News

May 21, 2018

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The tragedy that occurred at Santa Fe High School on Friday is still fresh, especially for the parents that lost their children. Although people are still questioning how and why this happened, other school districts are looking...

Santa Fe High School Shooting

Sonia Saeed, Head of News

May 18, 2018

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Santa Fe High School was home to violence Friday morning. Ten people were killed and another twelve injured, making this the worst mass shooting in America since February in Parkland, Florida. Gunfire began at 7:30 am and law...

Woman Faces Stalking Charges After Allegedly Sending 65,000 Text Messages to Man

Abigail Crites, Writer

May 15, 2018

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31-year-old Arizona woman is being accused of stalking ‘soul mate’ after going on one date by sending 65,000 text messages and allegedly breaking into his home and taking a bath.   Jacqueline Claire Ades was arrested on May 8...

Xia Boyu Climbs Mount Everest, Becomes Second Double Amputee to Complete This

Abigail Crites, Writer

May 15, 2018

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The 69-year-old reached the summit of mount Everest on the Nepal side early Monday morning at 8:26 am (Nepal time zone). Xia Boyu lost his legs below the knee after contracting frostbite after a failed attempt of climbing moun...

Deadliest Day in Gaza

May 15, 2018

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On Monday, by the Gaza border, many Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces and hundreds were injured. This is recorded to be the deadliest day since the war in 2014. The international community was called to intervene as...

Uber introduces ‘flying taxis’

Sonia Saeed, Head of News

May 11, 2018

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Uber, the largest ridesharing company, is revolutionizing the way people will travel. They held their second "flying taxis" conference in Los Angeles to release concept images of their helicopter-like taxis so people can fly across...

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