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Kobe Bryant: Gone But Never Forgotten

Since Kobe had died along with his daughter here is a fan made picture of the two playing basketball in heaven; RIP Kobe and Gigi

Ben V., Reporter

February 13, 2020

Many sports players around the world change their respective sports, but nobody has changed the sport of basketball as much as Kobe Bryant has. Kobe Bean Bryant was born on August 23, 1978, and ever since that day, the world has witnessed a young star grow into a legend that changed the course of many...

Can music be mood altering?


Elise M., Reporter

December 18, 2018

Can music alter moods? Music is much more powerful than many people think. Music can make people feel happy, sad, pumped up, or calmed, just depending on the song. Different genres of music can also change the mood of people and make them feel a certain way. Rock, hard rock, punk, and indie can often...

Five Animals that are Going Extinct in 2017

via International Rhino Foundation

Regina J., Reporter

January 31, 2017

Lots of animal species are on the edge of being extinct, and this year, might be their last. Sadly enough, humans may be the main reason for some of these endangered animals. Agricultural expansion, pollution, and disease are also more causes for the deaths of these species. These animals are most likely g...

Eugene Cernan, Last Man On the Moon, Dies

Eugene Cernan next to Apollo 17

Bianca M., Editor in Chief

January 30, 2017

NASA has had many different commanders over the years, but unfortunately, on January 16th, 2017, the last man that set foot on the moon passed away.  The 82-year-old Eugene Cernan was said to have died because of “ongoing health issues”, according to his family. After hearing the news, NASA paid tri...

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