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How will teens grow up without fear in such a dangerous world?

How will teens grow up without fear in such a dangerous world?

Lorenzo Muranelli, Staff Writer

January 5, 2016

The world is a dynamic place. Problems of the world are vast and ever-changing. Teenagers are often criticised, labeled as ignorant, and largely ignored by the rest of society. The modern era of teenagers and young adults -- Generation Z-- are next in line to preserve and maintain society on a globa...

Underwater Hotels Surfacing Worldwide

Underwater Hotels Surfacing Worldwide

Diana Kennedy, Staff Writer

December 17, 2015

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to stay in an underwater hotel? Well this dream may soon become a reality with innovations hitting tropical locations around the world. These new vacation retreats will be placed in the Florida keys and on the coast of Tanzania. The hotels are not particularly...

Season’$ Greeting$!

The face of the holiday spirit himself, Santa.

Hannah Purdy, Editorial Assistant

November 20, 2014

As 2014 draws to a close, many people are taking the time to reflect on the past and to start anew. However, they must overcome one final, financially-draining obstacle: the holidays.  Come September, Christmas trees and boughs of holly can be seen adorning the aisles of stores. As early as November...

A Remodeled Eiffel Tower Includes a New Floor for its 125th Anniversary

To put this image into perspective, those dots in the background are people.

Paul Kleiman, Features Editor

October 22, 2014

With the French, it always seems that you can never really tell what they mean. One may think that they just added a 125th floor to the Eiffel Tower just because they felt like it-because why not? But really, what’s with all the hype?   In France’s capital, Paris, the romantic stakes...

Google’s Newest Product: The Android One

Representative of the Android latest release, the Android One.

Calvin Brewster, Staff Writer

September 30, 2014

One. Android One. Google’s Android One: primed and ready to annihilate the competition. Google’s latest phone, the Android One, priced at $105, is cheaper than many of the other mainstream products. It’s mission? It’s simple really—to position itself into low-income communities, where it’s...

Students Speak: Advice to Incoming Freshmen (Video)

Students Speak: Advice to Incoming Freshmen (Video)

Brinda Ramesh, Staff Writer

August 28, 2014

In this edition of Students Speak, students give invaluable advice to incoming freshmen!

Venezuelan Protest Is Swiftly Growing

Venezuelan Protest Is Swiftly Growing

Annalee Tacuri, Staff Writer

March 25, 2014

Protests in Venezuela have been escalating throughout the past month and they continue to grow everyday. About a month ago, these protests started to catch the public eye, drawing in reporters from around the world. On Tuesday, the Venezuelan government reported 23 deaths and over 200 injuries since...

The O-Bots Are at it Again

The O-Bots Are at it Again

Benjamin Feinstein, Features Editor

February 25, 2014

There's silence in the library for a moment, broken only by the hum of pneumatics. A robot sits in front of a wooden goalpost, held in place by two students. This will be the first testing of the robot's capacity to make the shot, launching a 2-foot diameter ball over the heads of the onlookers. The...

Extreme Heat Wave Leads to Thousands of Bats Dead

Jen Meikle, Staff Writer

January 22, 2014

Recently, people in North America have experienced an extreme “polar vortex,” but for people in Australia it is the very opposite. Australia was recently hit by an extreme heat wave with temperatures exceeding 110 degrees Fahrenheit, a temperature that is just too high for bats to withstand. Any...

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