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Sanchi Burning Tanker

Sanchi Burning Tanker

Tanay S., Reporter

January 23, 2018


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Three days after the Sanchi collided with another ship on the border of Shanghai, China, this 900-foot tanker is still in flames, stranding the crew on the ship. Terrifying 10-foot waves and dangerous storms adding on to the fire make it nearly impossible to rescue the crew. Worst of all, Chinese off...

School Punishes Teen For Shaving Her Head For Charity

School Punishes Teen For Shaving Her Head For Charity

Jasmine H., Reporter

January 23, 2018


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It breaks everyone’s hearts when receiving a diagnosis of cancer, no matter their age or gender. It’s traumatic. During winter break, a 14 year old girl named Niamh Baldwin decided to shave her head and donate her hair to a charity called Little Princess Trust. This charity creates wigs out of rea...

Trump Says 200,000 Salvadorans Must Leave

Trump Says 200,000 Salvadorans Must Leave

Tanner Y., Reporter

January 23, 2018


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Los Angeles -- As many as 200,000 Salvadorans in the United States are now being forced to go back to El Salvador after living in this country for over a decade. This is the Trump Administration’s next move, hoping to eliminate illegal immigrants. Soon, immigrants from countries such as Honduras migh...

How Baby Who Lost His Eye Became a Symbol of Carnage

How Baby Who Lost His Eye Became a Symbol of Carnage

Karis C., Editor - Science/Technology

January 23, 2018


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A Syrian infant baby named Karim Abdel Rahman lost his left eye during an artillery attack. This baby quickly became known as the symbol of the carnage and the humanitarian crisis change in the suburban area at Damascus after this unfortunate incident happened. Karim’s injury was due to a consequence of...

North Korea’s Mystery Ship, Hao Fan 6

North Korea’s Mystery Ship, Hao Fan 6

Tanay S., Reporter

January 16, 2018


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On October 10, 2017, a cargo ship called the Hao Fan 6 was banned from every single port across the entire world after violating several laws in North Korea. The Hao Fan 6 was under South Korean control and was being tracked by Marine Traffic. It was continuously pinging on their radar until 11:17 p.m....

Squirrel Damages Christmas Lights in New Jersey Town

Squirrel Damages Christmas Lights in New Jersey Town

Tori P., Editor - Opinion

December 20, 2017


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Recently in Sea Girt, New Jersey, a squirrel was caught fiddling with Christmas lights set up for an annual holiday display. The residents of Sea Girt were shocked that someone, or something, was trying to get rid of the Christmas spirit this year. It was also surprising to find out that a small, harmf...

New York Suicide Bomber

New York Suicide Bomber

Jason M., Reporter

December 20, 2017


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At approximately 7:20 am on December 11, an explosion rocked one of New York’s busiest commuter corridors in the middle of rush hour. Officials state that the attack in Port Authority Bus Terminal, was an isolated, attempted terrorist attack. The suspect is 27-year old Akayed Ullah. Akayed Ullah is a legal...

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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In 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 going...

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...

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