NASA, the European Space Agency, and the Canadian Space Agency launched the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana on Christmas Day. The JWST … Continue reading Discovering the Hidden Universe
Every day we see more and more students ditching the iconic Starbucks cup for the bright yellow La La Land Café cup. Little do they know they are supporting a … Continue reading “Business of Kindness”: La La Land’s Mission to Better the Community
In March 2020, people rushed to the stores to hoard toilet paper, fearing that the supply would run out. Almost two years later, people rush to those same stores in … Continue reading 2022 Rapid Tests, The New Version of 2020’s Toilet Paper
Amy Schneider, an engineering manager from Oakland, California, became the first woman to surpass $1 million on Jeopardy! on January 7, 2022, making her the most successful female contestant and … Continue reading Accurate Amy: First Woman to Surpass 1 Million on Jeopardy!
Taking a break can be hard. When we spend so much of our time on homework, projects, and extracurriculars, we get in the habit of always working. And sometimes, our … Continue reading Breaking the Guilt of Taking Breaks
Netflix’s newest Christmas romcom, “The Princess Switch 3: Romanticizing the Star,” joined the streaming platform on November 18, just in time for Thanksgiving and the Christmas season. The third … Continue reading Netflix’s Princess Switch Trilogy Adds to Cheesy Holiday Movie Collection
In early September 2021, over 15,000 Haitian migrants crossed the Rio Grande River into Texas, living in squalid conditions under the Del Rio International Bridge and hoping for a … Continue reading No Man’s Land: Haitian Migrants Live in Horrific Conditions along Texas Border
On September 15, four United States Olympic gymnasts—Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, Maggie Nichols and McKayla Maroney, testified against the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for its mishandling of reports of … Continue reading USA Gymnasts Condemn USAG + FBI