2021

By Nyneishia Gupta  Lets face it. 2020 was absolute trash. From fires to viruses to election drama 2020 was a whirlwind of surprises and surprises until nothing surprised anyone anymore. I went into the holiday season hoping that the new year would bring good fortune and happiness. Ok that was a lie. I was really…

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↠We Might Be Crazy… But We Think We Can↞ Change The World: Facing Climate Change

“Climate Change Updates: [Climate Change for the Worst and the Better]” By Colleen Nakhooda and Mira Martin Summary of Climate Change and the Paris Agreement: Looking back on this year, the news headlines have been focused on the coronavirus. It was the new craze and responsible for an eruption of confusion, debate, and worry. Understandably,…

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The Issue of Food Waste in America

by Muna Agwa We Waste Food, A LOT Of Food It’s no secret that Americans have a growing problem with waste in general. According to the American Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average American produces 4.51 pounds of waste per day. In 1960, the common American would only produce 2.68 pounds of daily waste. Waste…

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Three Dads Build 200 Desks for Kids

by Bella Stahl Andres Ruiz, Fernando Rivera, and Martin Baskez are three ordinary dads from California. All three have kids, and some didn’t have any desks for themselves. The three came up with a solution of building desks for their kids which eventually, out of kindness, spiraled into building them for their whole community.   “We…

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