Earlier this year in January, the president of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, requested assistance from the Russian-led military alliance of the Collective Security Treaty Organization to calm the streets of the largest city in Kazakhstan—Almaty. The streets erupted with protests against the rise of gas prices. These protests morphed into violence, with armed rioters and government forces fighting against each other. On January 5th and 6th, … Continue reading What’s Going on in Kazakhstan?
With the winter track season in full swing right now and the spring season right around the corner, lots of expectations are headed for the scorps. This is particularly the case for last year’s state champion Judson Lincoln. Lincoln realized that he could take track and field seriously around the 7th or 8th grade. At that age, he felt “I could be really good at … Continue reading He’s a Runner, He’s a Track Star – Meet Virginia Tech’s Newest Commit!
Bob Saget, the beloved actor and comedian, will be remembered for his stand-up comedy and many of his hit roles in television and film. The Beginning Bob Saget began his career in the city that he was raised in: Philadelphia. It’s where he graduated from college and the place that shaped him into the jokester he was. For years, Saget performed many comedy gigs, from … Continue reading The Legacy of Bob Saget
By: Amy Dominguez If you haven’t heard lately, 55-year-old Angela Kukawski, business manager of the Kardashians and many other celebrities, has died. She was reported missing on December 22 and was found on December 23 inside of her car in Simi Valley, California. The suspect of her murder is her boyfriend, 49-year-old Jason Barker. Kukawski’s death was ruled as a homicide. Angela Kukawski was a … Continue reading 55-Year-Old Business Manager, Angela Kukawski, Has Died
It’s only the start of the new year and we already have tragedies hitting us. On January 9, 2022, a 19-story Twin Parks North West building caught on fire causing many casualties, New York City’s deadliest since 1990. There were roughly around 17 victims, eight of those being children. A few weeks later the number of casualties went up to 19 individuals. Some of those who were hospitalized … Continue reading New York Fire