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Teen Advocate Leads Millions to Protest for a Global Change.

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LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 15: A girl holds a sign as schoolchildren take part in a student climate protest on March 15, 2019 in London, England. Thousands of pupils from schools, colleges and universities across the UK will walk out today in the second major strike against climate change this year. Young people nationwide are calling on the Government to declare a climate emergency and take action. Similar strikes are taking place around the world today including in Japan and Australia, inspired by 16-year-old Greta Thunberg who criticised world leaders at a United Nations climate conference. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)

Climate change has been quite an issue for some time now. We can see our ecosystem failing, with drastic heat in the summer and early winters. Even though the government says they will do something, not much change has occurred.

How Necessary is a College Level Education?

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High school students from different shops and grade levels determine if a college level education is required for their career choice. 

For some students, the extent of a college degree isn’t required. However, if you want to pursue a …

Impeachment at the Door: What’s Awaiting Trump?

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U.S. President Donald Trump addresses a joint news conference with Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison in the East Room of the White House in Washington, U.S., September 20, 2019. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

 

Trump’s scandals finally catch up to him as the possibility of impeachment threaten his presidency. Although his scandals vary, the one that put him on the stand was the Ukraine call, commonly referred to as the “Ukraine gate Scandal”

The Role We All Can Play to Solve E-Waste

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E-waste is a serious issue and demands our full attention. We all know the dangers of climate change, as well as throwing away plastic. We are not, however, aware of the consequences of e-waste; when you throw away electronic

MoMa’s Awakening

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A New MoMA

The somewhat recent opening of the MoMA Museum has stirred up a lot of attention- new exhibits, new attractions, and new performances. A popular attraction in Manhattan to the locals and tourists from around the world, the

Inventors, Are You Ready for the 2019 Season?

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This spring arrived with rain showers and preseason for Edison’s boys and girls soccer teams. The Inventors and aspiring players have to train for hours, but can you do it without rain or heat interfering? Sofive, Soccerroof, and Pier 40

A Survivor’s Story

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The 10th-grade students in Global History attended an assembly on March 6, during which speaker Lena Goren, a Holocaust survivor, spoke to students about her experiences.

At the age of 11 years old, Goren’s village was invaded by the Nazi’s, …

To Check Or Not to Check?

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Teenagers are commonly on their phones, even while being around friends.
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A simple ring of a phone call, text message or Snapchat has the power to make a person stop in their tracks to respond, look down from their steering wheel and grow anxious not knowing who is trying to contact

To Let a Series Die, Or Bring it Live

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Side by side comparison of Detective Pikachu. (Video game on left, Live-action on Right)
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All good things must come to an end one day, but apparently some people didn’t get the memo. Recently there has been a huge money making opportunity within the filmmaking industry, and it seems to be a trend of turning

Jacinda Ardern: A Symbol of Hope

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Jacinda Ardern arriving a Christchurch refugee center to meet with the community leaders. 
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A terrorist attack on Christchurch took the lives of 50 people at prayer. The New Zealand’s prime minister has displayed compassion and sympathy for the victims and is now seen as a symbol of hope.

“New Zealand mourns with you,