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This image shows members of the St. Louis Red Cross Motor Corps attentively helping during the pandemic of 1918.

The Pandemic that Killed 50 Million

Jonah V., Reporter March 21, 2022

In 1918, an estimated 500 million people, or almost one-third of the world's population at the time, caught influenza, also known as the Spanish Flu. With between 50 million and 100 million people passing...


The Truth Behind Coronavirus

Dante D., Reporter March 5, 2021

In these last months, many people have suffered more than any time that they can remember. The primary source of this misery is, of course, the Coronavirus and the many effects that the pandemic/lockdown...

COVID-19 Vaccine

How do the Coronavirus Vaccines work?

Annette B., Editor February 1, 2021

During the winter of 2019, a new strain of Coronavirus emerged, and in the following months, it ravaged the world, causing a worldwide pandemic. The new strain was renamed SARS-CoV-2 but is commonly referred...

Two Different Types of Masks

Do Masks Work?

Dante D., Reporter December 17, 2020

As we all know, 2020 has had some massive changes in store for humanity. Without a doubt, the biggest of these changes is learning to live with the Coronavirus. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, almost...

A student coughing from a sickness due to not having vaccines.

Should Vaccines Be Required?

Chase K., Reporter February 11, 2020

A coronavirus epidemic has spread over China and is starting to spread to other countries. Thousands have been infected and hundreds of people have died of the infectious respiratory virus. However, the...

An Aedes Mosquito getting ready to go and suck blood

Invasive Aedes Mosquitos

Amrit R., Editor November 4, 2019

  The Californian city Orange County is currently under attack by an invasive species of mosquitoes called Aedes. This specific species only fly low to the ground. Therefore they are harder to...


Measles Outbreak

Justin Y., Reporter March 6, 2019

Many cases of measles have been reported throughout the world. Measles is an infectious disease that causes fever or rash on the skin. Due to the large amount of people infected with measles spread across...

Real scientific image simulating what being colorblind is like

The Mysteries Behind Being Colorblind

Lois H., Reporter March 20, 2018

Red, blue, green, purple, orange, yellow. These are just some of the colors that are seen in the world. However, what one person sees, and another persons sees could be different. Why? The majority of...

Everything Wrong With Everything, Everything

Everything Wrong With Everything, Everything

Regina J., Reporter June 6, 2017

Madeline has been trapped inside her house for 18 years of her life, due to a disease that might kill her if she steps outside her house. Everything changes one day as her new neighbor, Olly, shows...

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