Last week in an unprecedented discovery, archaeologists made a huge breakthrough learning more about pre-colonized America. Subject matter was macabre and lived up old clichés such as sacrifices, skinning humans, volcanic rock sculptures and more.
Ukraine has entered martial law, as tensions rise between the nation and its neighbor, Russia.
First, before we go any further, it’d be best to get a basic understanding of the situation. Ukraine became an independent state in 1991, after the collapse of the USSR. Since it’s foundation, there was already bad blood between the two. In 2014, following a referendum, Russia annexed Crimea. After taking control of the small region in the peninsula of southern Ukraine on the Black Sea, the area was ‘fully integrated’ into Russia in July of 2015. However, Ukraine and the vast majority of international powers still consider Crimea as Ukraine’s. Continue reading Ukrainian Tensions Rise In Fear of Russian Invasion
Tragedy struck last week, leaving a dozen dead and almost as many injured as a bar in California became home to the 307th mass shooting in the United States this year.
The Borderline Bar & Grill was a popular hangout spot for the youth of Thousand Oaks, California. On the night of November 7th it was a special ‘College Night’ event and per usual, customers packed in to dance, watch the game and unwind. Then, terror struck as a man dressed in a black trench coat and glasses suddenly rushed and shot the security guard. Inside, patrons thought that it may have been a sound effect or fireworks, and some people even continued to dance. Continue reading California Shooting Leaves 12 Dead; Almost A Dozen Injured
Infamous drug kingpin ‘El Chapo’ goes on trial this week, but his multi-billion dollar empire continues under his sons reports claim. Continue reading ‘El Chapo’ Sees Trial This Week; Sons Allegedly Take Over Cartel
Accompanied by First Lady Melania Trump, his daughter and son in law, President Trump visited the Pennsylvania synagogue after tragedy struck over the weekend. Continue reading President Trump Visits Synagogue in Pittsburgh After Shooting
There was a huge breakthrough in the science world recently as archaeologists discovered the bones of a Neanderthal child. Continue reading Bones of a Neanderthal Child Discovered In Poland
Earlier this week, both North and South Korea began efforts to disarm all land mines located across a crucial segment of the Demilitarized Zone.
This news comes after the lastest Korean Summit, when figureheads Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong-un met in Pyongyang. There, both the North & South Koreas came to an agreement to “halt all hostile acts” against one another, while also removing threats of war. Continue reading North & South Korea Begin To Disarm Border
Spirit Week is still going strong at West Clermont High School! For day four, the theme was ‘Tacky Tourist Thursday.’ Students from all classes participated, and here are some of the highlights!
The competitive scene of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive witnessed Danish organization Astralis claim victory at the FACEIT London Major, one of only two $1,000,000 major championships scheduled for this year. Continue reading Astralis Wins London CS:GO 2018 Major
By the time you’re reading this, the Open Beta for Battlefield V has begun. The latest edition of the franchise is following its historical predecessor, this time taking the player to the most gruesome war that the world has ever seen: World War II. Continue reading Battlefield V Open Beta Now Live