Despite being an icon of the eighties, Princess Diana’s legacy lasts into 2020 with documentaries and Netflix series done in her memory. On the 31st of August 1997, Diana died … Continue reading Princess Diana Leaves a Long-Lived Legacy
COVID-19 has affected everyday activities and adventures. Traveling to favorite destinations is not as easy as it was last year. Throughout quarantine, there have been increasingly more travel restrictions due … Continue reading Travel Restrictions Leave People Stuck at Home
The second biggest movie theater business, Regal Cinemas, is shutting down. Owning 127 theaters in the United Kingdom and 536 theaters in the United States, Regal will affect over … Continue reading The Next Generation Won’t Watch Movies at The Movie Theaters
On September 18, 2020, the first Jewish woman and second woman to serve on the Supreme Court passed away. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, sometimes affectionately referred to as RBG, … Continue reading Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Legacy still Lives On
The 72nd Emmy awards air Sunday, September 20, 2020. Despite Corona,, the Emmys are going strong; however, the award show is going to look a little different than usual. This … Continue reading How Are The Emmys Relevant to Teens?
Celebrities are not the most relatable individuals, with their Olympic-sized pools and NBA-sized basketball courts. However, right now they are doing their best to encourage their fans and followers. Many … Continue reading At Home Too, Celebrities Are Busy Spreading Cheer
At Ursuline Academy, students’ schedules are filled with hard core curriculum and grueling study sessions. Their schedules are hectic and intense, which is why summer school is the perfect opportunity … Continue reading Benefits of Taking Summer School
Short distance vs. long distance, 400 meters vs. 3200 meters and sprints vs. endurance. Track and cross country are more like distant cousins than sisters, even though their names … Continue reading Track vs. Cross Country: The Two Are More Different Than You Think