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
In a very similar style to the tease and revealment of Battlefield 1 back in 2016, EA/DICE are back again to show of their latest project. Continue reading Battlefield 5 Teaser Released; Reveal Later Today
Early in the afternoon of April 20th a group of modders released ElDewrito 0.6.0 for Halo Online, and it is glorious.
But what is ElDewrito, or Halo Online in the first place? Well, Halo Online was a free to play multiplayer only Halo title tested exclusively in Russia. It was developed by Saber Interactive and published by Innova Systems in Spring of 2015, before soon being shut down to a close in 2016. Despite its failure, a group of modders got together to try and nurture the title into success. Though the game was restricted to Russia, this is where the community-driven mod ElDewrito comes in. Continue reading ElDewrito – A Community Driven Success Brings Halo To PC For Free
In an unprecedented and peculiar moment of history strict North Korean leader Kim Jong-un attended a South Korean pop concert. Continue reading Tensions Thaw Between Koreas As Kim Jong-un Attends A Kpop Concert
Early in his life Ghost found himself roaming the streets of Florida alone. Swamp Haven Humane Society found him and took him into their shelter. The only problem being that it was a kill shelter. Originally, Ghost was simply seen as an unadoptable animal. After all, the albino puppy was deaf, with bright white fur and reddish-brown eyes. He was a little ‘too’ full of energy, and displayed a lack of affection towards most people. Because of these factors, Ghost was scheduled for euthanization.
However, Swamp Haven Humane wanted to try one more time at finding Ghost his perfect ‘forever’ home. After reaching out and contacting various other shelters and adoption agencies around the country, they eventually got in touch with the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society. The Port Angeles-based organization agreed to take the distressed puppy in. Continue reading Meet Ghost – The First Deaf K-9 In Washington State History
The Federal Budget of Canada has been revealed for 2018, and with it the announcement of free national park admission for children.
The news came out early Tuesday, and was announced by the Canadian Federal Government. Free access to parks for kids was first noted in a speech by Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau. In his recent public address over the Liberal Party’s third budget, he mentioned that the previous ‘free-entrance’ program was such a success that the central government has decided to expand upon it. Continue reading Children May Now Enter National Parks For Free In Canada