Australia and New Zealand have implemented initiatives that have allowed them to have extremely low case numbers. So what is their secret, and can we learn from it?

Islands of Isolation-Oceania’s Own Parrallel Universe

Japheth Oyedepo, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

Though COVID-19 has pushed many countries to the brink of economic crisis, in Australia and New Zealand, strict regulations and lockdowns have created ecosystems where they are essentially living normal...

A Royal Caribbean ship out at sea.

Cruising for Heroes: Royal Caribbean’s Good Deed

Emma Garcia, Staff Writer February 25, 2020

Not too long ago, Australia had a breakout of wildfires that severely affected the land, people and the animal population. Unfortunately, the fires are still continuing but, luckily, many first responders...

About 12 million acres of land has burned due to the fires.

Australian Fires: What Is Happening?

Emma Garcia, Staff Writer January 13, 2020

In September 2019, Australia experienced a set of deadly fires in New South Wales and Queensland, which soon began to spread all throughout the continent and continue to do so.  These tragic fires have...

Roger Federer, winner of the Men's Singles at the Australian Open, prepares to hit a tennis ball.

Australian Open 2018: Nothing Short of a Grand Slam

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Staff Writer January 30, 2018

The Australian Open is an international tennis tournament typically held in Melbourne Park, Australia between Jan. 15 and Jan. 18. It serves as one of four Grand Slam tournaments (important international...

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