The Red Light on Green Cards

Eviline Morrow

February 10, 2020

  The Supreme Court took a vote on whether or not the government should be able to deny someone a green card based on if they would need any support from the government. The courts vote was 5-4 for the approval of extending...

Australian Bushfires

Alexa Ward, Reporter

January 21, 2020

Australia has had severe wildfires due to record-breaking heat and severe drought. Since Sep. 2019, thousands of citizens and wildlife across the continent have been affected. The wildfires are primarily affecting coastal cities....

Iranian Crisis

Madisen Tucker, Reporter

January 21, 2020

In response to an attack by Iranian proxies, that ended up killing an American contractor and four U.S. service men. President Donald Trump authorized the assassination of an Iranian General Qassem Soleimani. The president...

Daylight savings Q&A

Fatima Khan, Author

November 8, 2019

People Interviewed: Anthony Lopez, Freshman Mrs. Lovely-Kennedy, Spanish Teacher Daylight Saving Time Q&A Q: What opinion do you have of Daylight Saving Time? A: “I don’t like it because right now, without Daylight...

Tropical Storm Imelda Hits Houston

Fatima Khan, Reporter

September 27, 2019

Tropical Storm Imelda moved into Texas on Sep. 18 and brought flash flooding to some areas in Houston, TX. Areas like downtown Houston, experienced flooding throughout Friday, Sep. 20, while others received only minor flooding. “My...

Imelda Blows Us Away

Imelda Blows Us Away

September 27, 2019

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