“My favorite memory of 2016 probably had to be making the basketball team again and being named a captain of the team. I would definitely love to redo that … Continue Reading Brian Wheelock
In 2014, the second leading cause of death among 10-24 year olds and college-age youths was suicide. According to The Parent Resource Program, since 2014, more teens have died from … Continue Reading Suicide Prevention Awareness
Tom Brady led the New England Patriots to one of the greatest comebacks in sports history Sunday night at NRG Stadium on football’s biggest stage. Rallying from a … Continue Reading Super Bowl LI
In a game on January 15 that pitted the visiting red-hot Green Bay Packers led by experienced quarterback Aaron Rodgers, against the host Dallas Cowboys, led by rookie sensations Dak … Continue Reading Rodgers, Crosby’s Late Heroics Send Packers to NFC Championship
On Tuesday, November 8, 2016, Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election to become the 45th President of the United States. He had 306 electoral votes, while … Continue Reading “Voter Fraud” on Election Day and Results; Possibly Another Recount?
The Electoral College is a group of people chosen to represent their state’s popular vote of who to elect as president. Each state elects a slate of electors, the number … Continue Reading Abolish The Electoral College
We all have set ideas about mental illnesses––but what many people do not understand is that those who are afflicted with mental illnesses not only suffer from … Continue Reading It’s All In Your Head
Oakland Mills Air Force JROTC – Department of the Air Force CADET LIEUTENANT COLONEL NEYRA – Public Affairs Officer JROTC REPORT During the first semester of the 2016-2017 school year, the … Continue Reading JROTC Report on First Semester
The Mandela Effect is a new phenomenon that has become extremely popular on social media. The Mandela Effect is the theory of parallel universes formed on the idea that … Continue Reading The Mandela Effect
This season is a bit different from the previous ones we’ve seen. Instead of one consistent storyline told through the per- spective of the entire group, we are starting to … Continue Reading The Walking Dead – A Season 7 Review
A once promising and opportunistic season for the Washington Redskins came to a bitter end at the hands of the New York Giants (who had nothing to really play for … Continue Reading Redskins’ Season Comes to Brutal End with Loss vs. Giants
On November 7, 2016, the Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry broke the record for most three pointers made in a game. He achieved this massive feat against the … Continue Reading Stephen Curry Breaks Record
If you haven’t already heard, League of Legends ranked Season 6 ended on November 8. With LoLEsports, several teams competing fought their way until two teams (SK Telecom T1 and … Continue Reading League of Legends: Preseason is here, gamers––get ready!
Election night in America was a very unexpected and shocking one that caused a variety of reactions all across the board. Donald Trump, as of December 14, has won 306 … Continue Reading Why Did Everyone Get it Wrong? A Before and After Look at the Election
In the wake of the election, many voters were frustrated by the results of the election and have been actively criticizing the system and the candidates. Some are … Continue Reading The Electoral College: Can they Overturn the Results of the Election?
Former USC and New York Jets running back Joe McKnight was shot and killed at an intersection outside of his hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana on the afternoon of December … Continue Reading Former Star Running Back Joe McKnight Shot Dead at 28