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Texas Abortion Law: What is the Next Step?

Officially having gone into effect on September 1, 2021, the new Texas abortion law, named the Texas Heartbeat Act, banned abortion past six weeks of pregnancy. More specifically, the...

By Grace Huang In Current Events Oct 25, 2021

Lil Nas X: Montero

Lil Nas X seems to be on top of the world lately. Ever since the 2019 release of the record-smashing hit “Old Town Road,” Nas proved his mastery of media and kept all eyes on himself....

By Andrew Daly In Opinion Oct 25, 2021

Cynthia Yue: The UNA-USA Youth Observer

To many, the United Nations is a seemingly distant organization with little impact on our daily lives. This year’s UNA-USA Youth Observer, Cynthia Yue, is trying to change that mental...

By Saranya Singh In Spotlight Oct 25, 2021

Coronavirus Vaccines Mandates

Since the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine became FDA approved, one would expect less resistance to becoming vaccinated. With three out of ten Americans still remaining unvaccinated, and 14% s...

By Deetya Adikhari In Current Events Oct 25, 2021

The Shooting of Guila Dale

For most Americans, the fireworks on the Fourth of July weekend symbolize national prosperity and patriotism. They represent the long and colorful history of sacrifices made for the i...

By Elbethel Gebeyehu In Spotlight Sep 30, 2021

As Schools Are Reopening

After almost two years in virtual learning, many schools in the United States have at last reopened their doors for a full-time in-person education. People have said that this is the ...

By Deetya Adikhari In Current Events Sep 30, 2021

The Tragic End to America’s Afghan Forever War

On September 11, 2001, America faced one of it’s deadliest terrorist attacks ever: the attacks on the Twin Towers, Pentagon, and an attempted attack on Washington DC. In response to t...

By Vijay Fisch In Opinion Sep 30, 2021

Egyptian Art

Art was an important element of Egyptian culture and was present in nearly every Egyptians daily life. Artists were revered and regarded as significant crafters, and many typically li...

By Paleesa Kapoor In Art Sep 30, 2021

Climate Change Leading to a Possible Extinction of Cocoa and Coffee

Chocolate and coffee, it is hard imagining life without them isn’t it? Well, if governments don’t do something to combat climate change quickly, it might just come to that.

By Maitreyee Malla In Opinion Sep 30, 2021

Remembrance of September 11, 2001

Terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers in New York City are still remembered 20 years later.

By Tara Vidyababu In History Sep 30, 2021