G7 Summit in Biarritz: Can Talks Truly Save The World?

Seven of the world's major powers convened this August to discuss the most pressing issues that face our planet.

Japheth Oyedepo, Staff Writer

September 3, 2019

The 2019 G7 summit, an annual conference where seven of the world's major powers convene and discuss economics, politics and the overall status of the world, was held in Biarritz, France on Aug. 24 through Aug. 26. This year’s edition has become even more significant as tensions in the Middle East...

A New Beginning?

Robert Mueller has concluded his two-year probe into Russian tampering in the 2016 presidential election. The report's findings are still being debated.

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

April 9, 2019

The Mueller Report was billed to be the single most fundamentally shocking piece of paper in recent American history. No, this is not an exaggeration. A report that was supposed to uncover the rigging of a presidential election by a foreign adversary and the current President himself is bone-chilling....

The Devolution of Super Bowl Commercials

Super Bowl ads have come a long way since the memorable ads of the 80s and late 2000s.

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

February 10, 2019

American sports fans flock to their television sets every year in early February to watch the two best teams in the National Football League (NFL) play in the Super Bowl. The viewers of this yearly event are not limited to just sports fans, however, as the Super Bowl is known for its unique and engaging...

Disinformation Made Easy

Artificial Intelligence software allows for superimposed images of anyone, including actor Nicholas Cage, to fit into any video.

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

February 8, 2019

Social media and the evolution of the media has made the dissemination of information a much more efficient enterprise, resulting in a more informed public, for the most part. With this rapid fire media gauntlet, it is often difficult to separate the truth from that which has been coined as "fake news."...

Assigning Blame

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump pay respects at the Tree of Life memorial.

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

November 5, 2018

There may not be a single event that can fundamentally rock a nation to the extent an act of terror can. Instances like the shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue force the public to look amongst their own for answers to the multitude of questions that arise from such heinous acts. The motives for an...

Muestra tu orgullo Cavalier: semana de espíritu escolar

Tres amigos luciendo sus disfrases

Guiliana Garces, Staff Writer

October 18, 2018

¡La semana de espíritu escolar llega pronto! Va a ocurrir la semana del 29 de octubre hasta el 2 de noviembre. Si esta pensando en que traje va a escoger para cada día de la semana, nosotros estamos aquí para ayudar. No hay que gastar mucho dinero para crear un traje creativo, casi todo lo que se ...

Remembering Senator John McCain

Senator John McCain stands in applause at a political event.

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

August 27, 2018

After a year-long battle with brain cancer, Senator John McCain died on Aug. 25, only a day after announcing that he would no longer receive treatment for his cancer. His body will lie in state at the rotunda of the United States Capitol, an area often referred to as the heart of the Congressional structure....

Elodie Tardits: 4,400 Miles from Home

French exchange student  Elodie Tardits during her sophomore year.

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Staff Writer

November 2, 2017

Sophomore Elodie Tardits appears to be your typical well-rounded Gables student. She competes on the successful Cavalier debate team, is a member of the League against Cancer and is involved in the Twenty Little Working Girls volunteer organization outside of school. However, unlike many of the students here, this ...

Till Death Do Us Part

The LGTBQ+ community continues to strive for equality as the United States makes a decision that sets the progress they have made back.

Gabriella Torna, Staff Writer

October 10, 2017

On Oct. 3, 2017, the world was in shock when the United States voted against the United Nations on a topic that had human rights activists enraged.  The U.S had voted against the condemning of the death penalty towards the LGBTQ+ community. This led the United States to join 13 other countries, who allow ...

Michael Flynn’s Fiery Resignation

Micheal T. Flynn recently resigned from his post as White House National Security Advisor.

Alexander Yagoda, Staff Writer

February 16, 2017

On Feb. 13, President Trump's national security adviser Michael Flynn resigned which caused quite a lot of concern for many Americans. This came largely due to issues with Russia which is something we have not had to deal with since the end of the Cold War. However, as tensions rise between the governments...

Trump’s Trouble Travels to Taiwan

Trump's call with Taiwan's president is very concerning since Taiwan is considered China under the

Alexander Yagoda, Staff Writer

December 12, 2016

On Dec. 3, Donald Trump accepted a call from Taiwan's president, Tsai Ing-wen, congratulating him on his presidency. The call between the President and the President-elect drew a large amount of attention because Taiwan is considered by China, and also the United States, as a 'renegade province' of China....

Kaepernick Takes a Stand by Sitting Down

Kaepernick's actions sparked outrage across the nation.

Thomas Harley, Staff Writer

September 17, 2016

In the midst of social unrest, athletes are starting to stand up and express their dissatisfaction with the injustices that have recently occurred. One specific athlete, an NFL player for the San Francisco 49ers, has decided that sitting down is the way to spur change. Colin Kaepernick, a 28 year old...

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