Global Warming or global change?

Valeria Tezak, News editor

March 2, 2015

Over the years, some people have claimed that the Earth has been experiencing an irregular climate and temperature change known as global warming. However, controversy arose on whether or not global warming is actually a reality. There...

Therapeutic Cloning brings medical breakthroughs, disadvantages, into scientific world

Maddy Rubin, Photo Editor

March 2, 2015

Scientists of today now face a very difficult issue: that of therapeutic cloning. The medical procedure is currently causing lots of controversy around the country. According to www.explorestemcells.co.uk, therapeutic cloning...

Immunizations important, prevents life-threatening diseases

Carleigh Dickinson, Editor In Chief

March 2, 2015

Controversy over receiving immunizations and vaccines have spiked after a mostly eradicated disease broke out in Disneyland, no longer the happiest place in the world. The staff believes that immunizations are important and...

St. Patrick’s day suprises in pot of gold at the end of the rainbow

Ervin Williams, Features Editor

March 2, 2015

Leprechauns were usually the first things that popped up in the mind when one thought about St. Patrick’s Day, but there was more to the holiday. According to Georgia Public Broadcasting Media, St. Patrick, the founder of...

Trivia crack spins into app stores

Rachel Pipkin, Features Editor

March 2, 2015

Trivia Crack, an app with over 500,000 downloads daily, is like a drug: addictive at first, then has negative effects. Playing this game can cause someone to avoid their daily routine, but also can be educational. The app allows...

And the Oscar goes to…

Kevin Ahern, Entertainment Editor

March 2, 2015

Dolby Theater was silent. The announcers were going to broadcast the much anticipated winner of The Best Motion Picture of the Year award, the year-long race would be over just in time to make way for next year’s race to begin. The...

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