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Da Vinci Painting Sells For $450 Million

Da Vinci Painting Sells For $450 Million

Emmy L., Reporter

December 15, 2017


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On November 15th of this year, the painting Saviour of the World (Salvator Mundi) sold for $450,312,500 at Christie’s auction house in New York. It became the most expensive painting ever sold at an auction. The second most expensive painting sold at an auction was Picasso’s Les Femmes d’Alger (“...

Famine in Yemen

Famine in Yemen

Lauren Y., Editor - Opinion

December 15, 2017


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Nora Rashid, a citizen suffering from the famine in Yemen, has had to sell her family’s livestock to afford her daughter’s transport costs. Her four-year-old daughter desperately needed to reach the feeding center in Al-Sabaeen, but Rashid didn’t have enough money to pay for the medical care her...

Cop Honors Fallen Heroes By Drawing Them

Cop Honors Fallen Heroes By Drawing Them

Jasmine H., Reporter

December 14, 2017


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On 2015, Sgt. Robert Wilson died a hero. Not many people may have realized it, but he saved numerous lives. "He drew their fire away from the customers, basically, saving their lives," Jonny Castro, a fellow cop, said. Nobody knew that a year later, Castro would do something more unique than just goi...

13-year-old Helps Save 2 Toddlers

13-year-old Helps Save 2 Toddlers

Krista K., Reporter

November 28, 2017


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In late October, near an apartment in El Mirage, Arizona a 13-year old boy was taking out the trash, when he noticed a red Jeep. He thought the parents were just sleeping while a baby in the back was jumping around and crying. The 13-year old boy, Daniel Witt, immediately called his mom to help. There w...

Hidden Chamber Found in Great Pyramid of Giza

Hidden Chamber Found in Great Pyramid of Giza

Erin K., Editor - Campus Life

November 28, 2017


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The Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the seven wonders of the world. For a span of twenty years, this pyramid was built in the city of Cairo during the years of King Khufu’s reign. Composed of over two million blocks of stone, it reaches a height of 479 feet and holds the record of being the tallest...

North Korea: What is Yet to Come

North Korea: What is Yet to Come

Charis P., Editor - Food & Travel

November 27, 2017


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The tension between the U.S. and North Korea is no news to anyone. For years, North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong Un, has threatened the U.S. by saying that he will create a nuclear bomb and in turn, take out the U.S. and its population. In the past year, he has made steady progress in doing so. So far, N...

Security Experts Predict Changes in the Wake of the Las Vegas Shooting

Security Experts Predict Changes in the Wake of the Las Vegas Shooting

Nathan N., Reporter

November 7, 2017


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On the first of October, 2017, a gunman by the name of Stephen Paddock, unleashed his fury of gunfire on to a nearby concert at the Las Vegas Strip. This 64 year old man fired hundreds of rifle rounds from the Mandalay Bay Hotel onto the nearby concertgoers who were attending the Route 91 Harvest Music Fest...

Children Killed by Ikea Dressers

Children Killed by Ikea Dressers

Jewlyssa M., Assistant Editor - News

November 7, 2017


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On May 24 of this year, an innocent child was laid down for a nap, his parents not knowing he would never wake up. While asleep an Ikea dresser toppled onto him and crushed him. He was later unable to be revived. This little boy was two year old, Jozef Dudek. He lived in Buena Park, California with ...

Terrorist Attack in Somalia

Terrorist Attack in Somalia

Lauren Y., Editor - Opinion

November 6, 2017


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On October 14, two trucks in Somalia’s capital of Mogadishu exploded, killing hundreds of people in the busy area. The trucks were full of hundreds of kilograms of both military and homemade explosives, making the explosion what officials say to be the deadliest attack in decades. Although there is n...

Puerto Rico has No Water or Electricity

Puerto Rico has No Water or Electricity

Heleni N., Editor - Arts & Entertainment

October 27, 2017


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Having running water may be a common thing for many people in the United States, but in Puerto Rico it's a luxury. Two weeks ago, Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico and more than half the island has no water and very little electricity.  For them, water has to be reused, meaning it's not completely cle...

Donald Trump Visits a Devastated Puerto Rico

Donald Trump Visits a Devastated Puerto Rico

William S., Reporter

October 25, 2017


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On September 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico resulting in 45-90 billion dollars in damage and 45 deaths. The category 4 hurricane wiped out the communication system and the electrical power system, causing widespread confusion. President Trump recently visited Puerto Rico to observe the dama...

Disaster Earthquake in Mexico

Disaster Earthquake in Mexico

Bianca Z., Reporter

October 12, 2017


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Recently, there has been a disastrous earthquake in Central Mexico. There was a 7.1 magnitude earthquake Saturday morning near Puebla, Mexico on September 19 . A number of buildings collapsed during the earthquake including a  private school called Enrique Rebsamen that was in session during the earth...

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