Hong Kong is a small, autonomous, coastal region in the southern part of China that is home to 7.4 million people, and one of the largest economic centers in the … Continue Reading Protests Rage in Hong Kong Over the Region’s Autonomy
It has been four months since the protests in Hong Kong have started after a bill that would extradite criminals in Hong Kong to be tried in mainland China was … Continue Reading Blizzard Faces Backlash After Banning Professional Hearthstone Player.
College a wonderful place where young men and women start a new chapter in their lives. For five-star athletes this may now includes to get paid while in … Continue Reading College Athletes Paid to Play?
There are two sides to the gun control debate––the left and right. For and against. There are hundreds of arguments to support gun control laws and hundreds of arguments to … Continue Reading The Sides of Gun Control
The Tide Pod Challenge is a challenge that teenagers are doing where they record themselves eating a Tide Pod. The problem with this challenge is that not only are people … Continue Reading Tide Pods
Hey, upperclassmen! Don’t have any plans for this summer and/or can’t find a job? Apply for an internship! Internships are great resume builders and some of them even pay, on … Continue Reading Summer Internships
In the early morning hours of Wednesday, January 10, ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) agents raided ninety-eight 7-Eleven stores across the country and arrested a total of twenty-one employees. Seven … Continue Reading 7-11 Immigration Raids
On February 2, Oakland Mills High School hosted Hammond High School in their second rivalry game of the year, the former of which the Scorpions lost by ten … Continue Reading COMmunity Comes Together to Honor Injured Alumni
Net neutrality is a principle that is focused on Title II of the Communications Act of 1934 and section 706 of the Telecommunications Act of 1996––which essentially states that every … Continue Reading Net Neutrality: The Decision That Will Affect Everyone
On Wednesday, November 15, the Australian Bureau of Statistics announced that 61.6% of the Australian population voted in favor of legalizing same-sex marriage. The voluntary survey conducted by postal … Continue Reading Australia Same Sex Vote
Election 2017 is now in the past, and looking ahead at the 2018 Congressional Midterm elections, Republicans are cautiously watching their backs as the shadow of Donald Trump consumes more … Continue Reading The 2018 Congressional Midterm Elections
North Korea. The country that has been on everyone’s mind as President Trump ramps up his rhetoric on the actions he is willing to take against … Continue Reading North Korea: How Did We Get Here?
In July 2017, one hundred and thirty one marines started the Infantry Officer course, with only eighty eight graduating on September 25. According to TIME, thirty two … Continue Reading First Female Infantry Officer: A Breakthrough in Military Status
Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria each broke records this year, which stunned even extreme weather scientists. Forty-five named storms have been recorded so far in 2017, with … Continue Reading Hurricanes and Climate Change: Is There Any Connection?
On Sunday, October 1, Las Vegas witnessed the deadliest shooting in United States history, which resulted in fifty-eight deaths and over five hundred injuries. The gunman fired … Continue Reading The Recovery of Tina Front: Finding Hope Among the Las Vegas Tragedy
On Tuesday, May 2, 2017, Howard County Public School System’s Superintendent Dr. Renee Foose announced her resignation via staff members. Dr. Foose became the first female superintendent in 2012, and … Continue Reading Howard County Superintendent Retires After Tense Relations with Board of Ed