Hello Biden! The First 100 Days

Lucia Chico, Staff Writer February 2, 2021

As the Trump era ends and a new administration is desperately ushered in, the American people are beginning to see kept promises and consistency in leaders’ messages. A theme in President Joe Biden’s...

Biden’s administration officially made the transfer of power on January 20, 2021.

A Transfer of Power like No Other: A Lens into the Biden and Trump Presidencies

Abigail Felan, Copy Editor February 2, 2021

A look back on the Trump presidency brings about mixed emotions for many Americans. However, it is with optimism that the American people can look forward to a Biden presidency. Social justice and activism...

The White House released a statement on Columbus Day highlighting Christopher Columbus achievements but failed to acknowledge his wrong doings.

The White House’s Politicized Statement on Columbus Day

Lucia Chico, Staff Writer October 29, 2020

Every year, as a form of commemorating Cristopher Columbus’ impactful voyage to the New World, the President of the United States must proclaim the second Monday of October as Columbus Day. The annual...

Medical neglect by ICE towards immigrants throughout the years has shown a repulsive manner of the way these people are treated.

Why Does ICE Continue to Lose the Trust of Citizens?

Gabriela McGrath Moreira, Staff Writer October 15, 2020

Scandal after scandal, the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement has lost the trust of the people. From separating children from their families to the horrible conditions at Detention centers...

Even after contracting the deadly COVID-19 virus, Trump seems to still not understand that him downplaying it will only make the pandemic worse in the United States.

Trump Continues to Downplay COVID-19 after Testing Positive

Mia Cabrera, Staff Writer October 10, 2020

After news spread on Oct. 2 that President Trump had been infected with COVID-19, many were in shock that one of the few people adamant about the virus not being serious contracted it. With him experiencing...

The New York Times released a very long overdue article on Trumps tax returns this past week.

Trump’s Taxes: The Signs of A Failed Businessman

Lucia Chico, Staff Writer October 8, 2020

With less than 40 days until election, The New York Times published an extensive investigation unveiling President Trump’s tax records, which many Americans have wanted to see since his first presidential...

QAnon believer found in Trump rally crowd.

Are Conspiracy Theories a Threat to Lives and Democracy?

Lucia Chico, Staff Writer October 7, 2020

Social media began as a tool to keep in contact with friends, family and old colleagues. It was an incredible creation, giving people a new way to share their daily life and opinions. In recent years,...

Donald Trump wants to immediately fill Ruth Bader Ginsburgs spot with a woman who is against all of the views she held.

Should the Notorious RBG Be Replaced So Soon?

Leidi-Di Salcedo-Urena, Staff Writer October 1, 2020

On Sep. 18, 2020, the American people were saddened and heartbroken by the news of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing. Also known as RBG, she was a Supreme Court justice who was a fierce feminist and LGBTQ+...

It is vital to our society that the newest group of voters stands up for what they believe in.

The Power of the Youth Vote

Lucia Chico, Staff Writer September 28, 2020

As one of the most vital elections in the nation’s history draws near, advocacy for the youth vote has never been more widespread. Growing up in the age of information, Generation Z has had current events...

Since Colin Kaepernick first knelt during the national anthem six years ago, protests against systemic racism have sparked many debates. However, they are important to establish dialogue surrounding important issues.

Should Sports Players and Teams Acknowledge the BLM Movement?

Maïa Berthier, Editor-in-Chief September 4, 2020

With the latest upbringing of the Black Lives Matter movement, many sports teams and individuals in athletics have spoken out or protested regarding police brutality and systemic racism that the Black...

The White House blocked the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from testifying on reopening schools  in front of Capitol Hill lawmakers.

Would Reopening Schools in the Fall be a Wise Choice?

Allison Cajina, Staff Writer July 22, 2020

As of July 2020, the state of Florida has surpassed 300,000 COVID-19 cases, quickly becoming the United States' epicenter of the virus. The surge of cases is due to many citizens refusing to wear masks...

Florida businessmen tied to president Donald Trumps election campaign were arrested on suspicion of campaign finance violations.

Updates on Ukraine: Two Arrested on Suspicion of Campaign Finance Violations

Alexander Tabares, Staff Writer October 20, 2019

Two businessmen were arrested and charged for violating campaign finance laws on Oct. 9 while attempting to fly to Vienna from a Virginia airport. They were associated to President Donald Trump through...

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