“When I was your age, a chocolate bar cost a nickel! How can a Hershey’s cost $5?” The classic remark we all hear from our grandparents as they eventually move … Continue reading “If We’re in Debt, Why Don’t We just Print More Money?”
The name Elizabeth Holmes is encompassing the media; seen on front pages of newspapers, headlines of the morning news, subject of articles, more and more of them popping up in … Continue reading Elizabeth Holmes: The Woman Ensuing Fraud
Class of 2024: The COVID-19 class. Entering high school through a computer screen. Feeling adventure when viewing a movie. Wishing for a wonderful beginning to high school and having something … Continue reading Class of 2024 vs. Class of 2025; COVID-19 Edition
Americans and Afghans alike are scrambling to flee the remnants of what was once a country of promise, as the country transforms into a state of over-crowded planes and fearful people. Aug. 31 2021: President Joe Biden ordered that all U.S. troops be pulled … Continue reading Afghanistan, U.S.: Where did We go Wrong?
A massive oil spill devastating Southern California wreaked havoc on the cities in the first week of October. Its unfortunate aftermath is seeping into this week; crowds of people are scrambling to rid the … Continue reading Oil Spill in SoCal: The Disastrous Happenings of a Pipe Gone Wrong
The characters in Jessie to Hannah Montana raised the kids of the 2000’s. Racing home from elementary school to find what was on Disney channel was an integral part of childhood. In the U.K., this childhood favorite is officially shut … Continue reading Disney: A Ghost of a Memory in the U.K.