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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Why The 2020 Emmy’s Were the Least Watched in Emmy History

By Meredith Stewart Just like everything else in 2020, The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards were disappointing. The annual television awards show attracted a measly 6.1 million viewers (a one million person decrease from the seven million in 2019). However, the production itself is not totally to blame for this, but more so the circumstances in…

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Women in Belarus: How They Have Become Central to the Anti-Lukashenko Protests

By Emma Gerber This August, Alexander Lukashenko declared himself the victor of Belarus’s presidential election, claiming that he received 80% of the popular vote. But political activists in Belarus believe that Lukashenko rigged the election. Now, protesters across Belarus are out on the streets to express their discontent with President Lukashenko’s forced rule. The election…

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