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Will the UK Vote Again on Brexit?

Will the UK Vote Again on Brexit?

Ocie M., Reporter

November 6, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Should the UK revote on Brexit?  As of now, Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29, 2019.  While many are still on board with the idea, a growing number of politicians and residents in the UK are trying to convince others to vote against Brexit for a number of reasons.  The real q...

China set to launch a fake moon in 2020

China set to launch a fake moon in 2020

Diego G., Reporter

November 6, 2018


Filed under Features

China, the world’s most populated country, is trying to eliminate streetlights with an artificial moon. They are striving to launch this by 2020 which is only 2 years away. China believes that this artificial satellite will be able to light up all of China to save energy. Scientists in China have been t...

Super-sized Mice Killing Baby Seabirds

Super-sized Mice Killing Baby Seabirds

Mia R., Editor

November 6, 2018


Filed under Features

On the island of Gough in Britain, the Tristan Albatross is quickly becoming endangered by a species that most people don’t think as predators. Baby albatrosses are being killed by a species that is quite small but have become bigger due to its new diet. These predators are mice, who have been brought...

Giant Spider Webs Cover Greek Beach

Giant Spider Webs Cover Greek Beach

Colin M., Co-Editor in Chief

November 6, 2018


Filed under Features

Halloween decorators all around the world should take inspiration from this bizarre natural phenomenon. In the northern area of Greece’s Lake Vistonida, people were shocked to find that the entire beach was covered in spider webs, painting the landscape in an eerie gray. Scientists blame it on the abno...

Toys-R-Us Reopening

Toys-R-Us Reopening

Tyler K., Reporter

October 24, 2018


Filed under Features

To those who have been living under a rock for the last 61 years, Toys R Us is an American toy, video game, and clothing store founded by Charles Philip Lazarus. Toys R Us was opened in 1957 in Washington D.C and has been an American icon and household name supplying joy to millions of children and ...

The Fata Morgana Effect

The Fata Morgana Effect

Lauren N., Reporter

October 24, 2018


Filed under Features

The fata morgana effect is a mirage, which is an optical illusion caused by the atmosphere. They especially appear on a sheet of water, in a desert, or on a hot road caused by light. The first sighting of the fata morgana effect was in 1907 during the Denmark Expedition by the three sailors: Ludvig My...

Disneyland Galaxy’s Edge

Disneyland Galaxy’s Edge

Jason M., Editor

October 24, 2018


Filed under Features

In the summer of 2019, Disneyland Anaheim and Disneyland Orlando, are both expected to open a Star Wars themed land called Galaxy’s Edge. Disneyland is already preparing for the massive crowds and Galaxy’s Edge is expected to sell out immediately   The name of the village at Galaxy’s Edge i...

Yooperlites

Yooperlites

Joseph P, Reporter

October 24, 2018


Filed under Features

On September 17, 2018 a man named Erik Rintamaki found a strange florescent rock known as the Yooperlite.That day Eric tried  hunting for rocks differently than he normally did. Instead of carrying a flashlight, he decided to use an ultraviolet light. As he was hunting for rocks, he noticed a strange...

What is the Longest Piece of Fiction in the World?

What is the Longest Piece of Fiction in the World?

Alyssa W., Reporter

October 9, 2018


Filed under Features

Okay, so everyone has read long books. Some seem longer than others...a lot longer. What is the longest book that one can read? Perhaps it is the Harry Potter series, The Land of Stories series, or any other  2-inch-or-more book. But what is the longest piece of fiction ever written in human history...

Two Headed Copperhead Snake

Two Headed Copperhead Snake

Andrew N., Reporter

October 9, 2018


Filed under Features

A woman spotted a snake in her neighbor’s flowerbed slithering around. The state of Virginia’s goal will be to display the two-headed snake in a Virginia zoo. Virginia Wildlife and Control have posted images and a clip of the snake on its Facebook account. Some people have commented if it was even ...

Wild Turkeys Smash Cars’ Windshields

Wild Turkeys Smash Cars’ Windshields

Tori P., Editor

June 5, 2018


Filed under Features

Shockingly all over America, there have been many occurrences of turkeys smashing vehicle's windshields when in motion. Apparently, turkeys enjoy running in the middle of the freeway and running into moving cars. One incident happened in Northwest Indiana towards the end of March. A New Jersey f...

Unique Customs From Asia

Unique Customs From Asia

Elliot K., Reporter

June 5, 2018


Filed under Features

Everywhere in the world, there are unique customs that may seem strange to Americans. All countries have traditions that have been passed down from their ancestors and are still kept. These customs are very important to the people’s daily life and make the country unique. Some customs include festivals,...

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