Category Archives: General News

How Can You Help If You Can’t Attend a Protest?

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On May 25th George Floyd. 46, was pinned to the ground by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for nine minutes resulting in Floyd’s death. A video of the incident was resealed to the public and the nation erupted in anger. This was one of many cases of police brutality against African Americans.  One month ago, […]

Working Parents: How Children of Essential Workers are Dealing with the Pandemic

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Throughout NYC, parents who’re essential workers not only put their family’s health at risk, but their children’s emotional health too. On March 22nd, governor Cuomo chose jobs that he’d consider essential, including doctors, construction workers, delivery drivers, etc. These essential jobs needed to be filled and workers were required to continue working to sustain the […]

What Can We Expect As States Begin Reopening?

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As the COVID-19 pandemic has battered the United States and turned the nation into the world’s largest hotspot for the virus, the economy has been dramatically impacted. States are eager to reopen and jumpstart their economies even as the pandemic still rages on. Some states have already begun to reopen their economies and ease back […]

Remote Learning: Student P.O.V

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Due to the global pandemic caused by Covid-19, all New York public school buildings have closed and learning is being done remotely. On March 15th, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that schools would be closed in order to slow the spread. In light of this, students and teachers across the state had to adjust to […]

UFO Sightings: Government Propaganda Or The Real Thing?

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2020 has been full of nothing but surprises. Like something straight out of a Hunger Games match; a new challenge each month like the cornucopia indicating a new hour with a new threat. From talk of World War 3 and Australia burning in January to a new virus hitting American soil in February. 2020, if […]

Life in Quarantine

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With schools closed and the streets empty across the country because of the coronavirus pandemic, people have been staying inside and trying several at home activities. People  have been going through alot ups and downs during this quarantine. I have seen many people that are having a pretty hard time dealing with the lockdown.  Most […]

Elon Musk, Grimes, and Little X

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You’re walking down the block. You’re a very social person. You’re friends with Jeremy, Jane, Layla, Kenna, and John. You turn into a coffee shop. You’re interviewing somebody and you finally see them. “Hello, I’m X Æ A-Xii .” The name X Æ A-Xii  has drawn an insane amount of publicity and attention.  In the […]

Children V. The Kawasaki Disease

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The Kawasaki disease infected over 100 children in the span of two months. Children in the states of California, New York, Mississippi and Louisiana were found to have inflammatory symptoms, very similar to those of Kawasaki disease. This specific disease is extremely rare, yet common in infants and young children usually under the ages of […]

Twitter’s First Fact Check Leads to Trump’s Need to Regulate Social Media

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As misinformation and fake accounts start thriving, social media platforms are taking the role of tightening policy. Twitter, a social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as “tweets,” just recently came up with a fact-checking initiative. Twitter gave warnings on misleading posts, appearing on perhaps the biggest possible account on […]

Coronavirus…Vacation…Coronation

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In recent months, countries across the globe have enforced strict travel bans upon their citizens due to the advice from organizations like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization.  At this point, at least 93 percent of the world is living with coronavirus-associated travel restrictions and/or bans; approximately three billion […]