Category Archive: News

The Crisis in Catalonia: Positive and Negative Effects of a Possible Catalan Secession

By Kathy Wang Spain is made up of seventeen autonomous communities. One such community, Catalonia, has been engaged in a fight for independence. Since the 12th century, when Catalonia was conquered by the… Continue reading

Chain Migration

by Aambar Agarawl “We’re gonna end both of them. The lottery system and chain migration. We’re gonna end them. Fast,” vowed Donald Trump at a news conference on December 12, 2017. This was… Continue reading

The Time’s Up Movement

by Jessica Bruening On January 7, the 75th annual Golden Globe awards were held. Instead of the usual array of colors seen on the red carpet, just about all the stars showed up… Continue reading

The Cold

By: Kate Slesh At this current moment on January 17th it is 9 degrees in Cleveland, Ohio. At this same time in Siberia there was an article written about 2 people dying in… Continue reading

Odd News

By: Claire McKenna Do you ever get tired of hearing the same old negative news from different new sources constantly relating all of the terrible occurrences of the world in one space? Although those… Continue reading

State of Surveillance

By Alison Xin Chances are, with the Hawaii missile panic, DACA, North Korea, and a plethora of other crises piling up recently, the passing of Section 702 has flown under your radar. I… Continue reading

Trump Timeline

By Grace McCarthy and Carolyn Holan January: 1/20- Trump is inaugurated and promises that “the forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer” and that “American carnage stops right… Continue reading

Japanese Emperor Abdicating in 2019

by Ying Ying Yang Japanese Emperor Akihito will abdicate on April 30, 2019, becoming the first emperor to abdicate in more than 200 years. The 83-year-old emperor has been reigning for the past… Continue reading

Logan Paul Controversy

by Hannah Ryan I’m pretty sure by now we have all heard of what Logan Paul did. If you haven’t, he posted a vlog online when he went into a forest in Japan,… Continue reading

Skating Updates

by Farah Sayed Earlier this month, America’s National Figure Skating Championships took place in San Jose. This competition was not an Olympics trial, but the results did heavily impact who U.S. Figure Skating… Continue reading