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Is China Outmatched in Trump’s Trade War Against the US?

Is China Outmatched in Trump’s Trade War Against the US?

Darrius H., Reporter

May 31, 2019

The yearlong trade disagreement between China and the United States continues to escalate. This may turn out to be an economic conflict that may exist for decades because both sides want global dominance, reputation, and wealth. In 2018, the United States traded with China through goods and services f...

WWII ‘Kissing Sailor’ Spray-Painted with #MeToo

WWII ‘Kissing Sailor’ Spray-Painted with #MeToo

Elise M., Reporter

March 6, 2019

The Unconditional Surrender statue in Sarasota Florida was vandalized Monday 18, 2019, a day after the male veteran the statue is modeled after, died. The statue, nicknamed the “Kissing Statue” was spray painted with “#MeToo” on the left leg of the nurse. Sarasota officers responded at 12:55 am ...

U.S. Withdraws from Syria

U.S. Withdraws from Syria

Elio A., Reporter

January 24, 2019

On December 19th of 2018, President Donald Trump made an announcement regarding the withdrawal of United States troops in Syria. President Trump included in his speech that ISIS in Northern Syria has been defeated, and therefore there was no need for a US military presence in Syria. The National Security...

US Calls for Cease Fire in Yemen

US Calls for Cease Fire in Yemen

Colin M., Co-Editor-in-Chief

November 27, 2018

U.S. officials have called for a cease-fire in the war in Yemen. The war was being led by Saudi Arabia against the Houthi rebels, who have killed more than 10,000 people since 2015. The United States has been selling arms to its ally Saudi Arabia for many years and has made several billion dollars in...

Syria Bombing

Syria Bombing

Lance Y., Reporter

May 9, 2018

On April 14, the US, along with Britain and France, bombed Syria. A joint airstrike targeted storage units that contain chemical weapons. The airstrike was launched one week after Syria President Bashar Al-Assad regime launched several chemical weapon attacks against citizens. The allies of America decid...

The Syrian War: The Deadliest Years For Children

The Syrian War: The Deadliest Years For Children

Erin K., Editor - Campus Life

April 11, 2018

Ever since the year of 2011, war has been ruling the land of Syria. The UN Envoy (United Nations and Arab League Envoy to Syria) has estimated around 400,000 deaths, with more than one-fourth of the count going to children. Throughout the eight years of this gruesome civil war, children have faced deaths...

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

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: What is Yet to Come

North Korea: What is Yet to Come

Charis P., Editor - Food & Travel

November 27, 2017

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...

North Korea Threat

North Korea Threat

Nathan C., Reporter

April 27, 2017

Recently, North Korea has become an international headline-maker after their tensions with the U.S. have been elevated. Armed with a complete arsenal of conventional, biological and chemical weapons, North Korea has always been a threat to the U.S. and other countries. However, those tensions rose on...

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