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Facts About The New Georgia Voting Law

Paul Navis
April 21, 2021

New legislation in Georgia has called for some stricter voting regulations in Georgia. While some claim this will make it harder for minorities to vote, others state that all Georgia is doing is requiring...

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The Importance of Virginia abolishing the death penalty

The Importance of Virginia abolishing the death penalty

Christian Melendez
April 19, 2021

Known as one of the most, if not the very most, cruel forms of punishment, the death penalty has existed in the United States for over four hundred years. Now, Virginia, one of the states most infamous...

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The importance of Amazon’s union vote

Paul Navis
April 1, 2021

The vote has finally begun at the Amazon plant in Alabama on whether or not to unionize. In what is one of the most important union battles in modern history, Alabama workers have gained support throughout...

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La Nina could lead to an extremely deadly tornado season this year.

Christian Melendez
March 30, 2021

Across the United States, surges of extreme cold have been seen in various states this year. This extreme cold landed as far south as Texas, which recently dealt with intense snowstorms that led to a failing...

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Asian hate crimes on the rise in the U.S.

Aneecia Owens, Editor
March 30, 2021

U.S. hate crimes towards Asian Americans have been increasing due to the CoronaVirus pandemic. These crimes include a lot of verbal harassment, physical assault, discrimination in the workplace, and just...

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Minimum Wage Hike

Paul Navis
March 24, 2021

The Raise the Wage Act is currently an act in Congress put forth by Democrats to increase the minimum wage to $15 by 2025. While many Americans, particularly those earning minimum wage, want it to increase,...

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The future of housing construction could be 3D.

Christian Melendez
February 18, 2021

Not only has the first 3D printed house been created, but the first 3D printed house is now being sold. This event is making history and is not only an incredible event in terms of the present, but also...

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Donald Trump’s eligibility to be put on trial is still unknown.

Christian Melendez
February 8, 2021

On January 6th, 2021, history was made when supporters of Donald Trump stormed the capitol to oppose the results of the November Election. Soon after, Donald Trump became the only President in history...

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Gamestop Stock Up

Paul Navis
February 4, 2021

Gamestop, a dying company in the eyes of short-sellers, has managed to make the news lately. What began as a social media joke, now has short sellers on edge. Gamestop and the validity of at home stock...

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Tiktok on top

Aneecia Owens, Editor
January 27, 2021

Social media has become an essential aspect of teens’ lives. Nowadays teens use social media for entertainment, connections, news, current events, and interactions. Social media platforms continue to...

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History of Marijuana

Aneecia Owens, Editor
November 24, 2020

Marijuana, a plant used for recreational purposes or medicine, has a long history in not only the US but in other countries. Surprisingly, this plant was not used for all of that when it was first discovered. Back...

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Blythewood High School students return to in-person learning for the first time this school year

Emma Horan, Writer
November 18, 2020

Students at Blythewood High School returned to school under a hybrid model, for the first time since March. On November 4, students with last names M-Z returned to school Wednesday and Thursday. Students...

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