The Deadliest Shooting Massacre In U.S History.

Staff Writer: Foroutan Gorgi It was an average Sunday night in the beautiful city of Las Vegas. There was a Jason Aldean concert that packed the house at the Las Vegas Blvd. Stage. At about 10:08, the audience heard heavy gun shots. They weren’t just normal gun shots, it was coming from a machine gun. “The gunshots lasted for 10 to 15 minutes. It didn’t stop,” said witness Rachel de Kerf. Matthew Sanchez […]

Mass Shootings in the United States

The Elementray School where the Sandy Hook shooting took place

New Discovery for Apes

Staff Writer: Matthew Sanchez  Earlier this month, there was a new discovery for the history of Apes in Northern Kenya. A very good preserved skull was found in Kenya and it was thought to be more than 13 million years ago. It was an infant ape that was found dead in a lush forest. The […]

Antifa: The New Antifascists?

Section Editor: Malcolm Green Fascism after World War One had risen to international prominence. Hitler would use his newly attained autocratic power to persecute the historically marginalized communities. He used violence and divisive policies that restricted free speech to dismiss any political opposition. This is often our modern and distorted view of what fascism is. […]

United States Unemployment Hits an All Time Low

  Staff Writer: Heather Abler        The unemployment rate in the United States has dropped to 4.4%, which is the lowest it has been since May 2007! In April, there has been 211,000 new jobs created, as well as 79,000 last March. Michael Arone, a chief investment strategist at State Street Global Advisors, stated, […]

A Tragedy at Cleveland

Staff Writer: Dakota Williams Recent events that unfolded in the county of Cleveland have left many families across the nation terrified.  For those who don’t know what occurred on the 16th of April, Steve Stephens, a 37-year-old black man, shot and killed an elderly man the age of 74 named Robert Goodwin. In addition to […]

The March For Science.

Staff Writer: Olivia Bernal   “Greetings, fellow citizens. We are marching today to remind people everywhere, our lawmakers especially, of the significance of science for our health and prosperity,” said Bill Nye, greeting thousands of Americans gathered at our nation’s capital. Making their public debut on Earth Day, April 22, 2017, more than 600 cities […]