Solidarity With France and Lebanon

Omar Bekdash’ 18

December 20, 2015

They had devised a strategy to kill hundreds. Three ISIS jihadists would strap on suicide vests and carry out a series of attacks against innocent shoppers in Bourj al-Barajneh, a suburb in Beirut, Lebanon. Their goal was to weaken...

China’s Bust

China’s Bust

November 12, 2015

A Holy Visit for Americans

A Holy Visit for Americans

November 12, 2015

Carly Fiorina- Who is she?

Sarah John ’16, Non-School News Editor

September 29, 2015

Competing with ten other Republican candidates on stage for the second Republican debate on September 15, the sole woman on the stage, Carly Fiorina performed remarkably well. A Morning Consult poll after the debate showed Fiorina’s...

Russia Flexes Its Muscles

Sarah John '16, Non-School News Editor

September 29, 2015

Successfully causing quite a stir, Russia has decided to send fighter jets, weapons, and some troops to assist the Assad regime in Syria. The United States has tried to thwart Russian President Vladimir Putin’s efforts by convincing...

#BlackoutDay: Black Beauty at the Forefront

Avani Bhargava ‘16, Features Editor

April 10, 2015

Dark-skinned people around the world shook up social media in a whole new way on March 6 as they participated in a one-day selfie extravaganza, complete with a catchy tagline: #BlackoutDay. This movement, also referred to as Blackout,...

Some Will Pay Less, Many Will Pay More: The Ongoing Feud Over Obamacare

Julianna Berger ‘17

April 10, 2015

During the year 2008, presidential candidate Barack Obama powered through his campaign with one message: change. And with that change came the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or, as it has been cleverly nicknamed, Obamacare. In 2009,...

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