(Image via dartmouthweektoday.com) Arts and Entertainment Editor: Kamryn Kobel Email: email@example.com Since the issuing of the Florida bill that controls which books are allowed to be in schools, there has been increased discussion over the banning of books in school libraries. Although this issue has been a topic of political discourse for a while, it was the Florida bill that reinvigorated the movement across the … Continue reading Calls for Book Banning Reach South Coast School Committees
(Image via texastribune.org) Staff Writer: Maya Arruda Email: firstname.lastname@example.org A new wave of conservatism has been overtaking the United States. From Donald Trump’s election in 2016 to the overturning of Roe vs. Wade last year, Republican-led social conservatism has been in the forefront of recent politics. Recently, American conservatives in state governments have been targeting trans rights through a series of anti-trans legislation. The American … Continue reading Transphobic Law Trending Across The United States
(Image via abcnews.com) Staff Writer: Sydney Cayer Email: email@example.com Donald Trump has been charged with thirty-four counts of falsifying business records in the Manhattan court. All of these charges are, at the first count, felony degrees. Each charge holds a maximum four-year sentence. He has pleaded not guilty on all counts. Trump is the first ex-president charged with a crime. The charges revolve around hush … Continue reading Donald Trump: Indictment and Investigations
(Image via Reuters.com) Staff Writer: Sakara De Gil-Balija Email: firstname.lastname@example.org On Thursday, March 2nd, 2023, Governor Bill Lee signed a bill into law to restrict public drag show performances in Tennessee. Memphis federal judge Thomas Parker recently halted the bill, claiming, “at this point, the court finds that the statute is likely both vague and overly broad.” The law, whose primary intent is to ban … Continue reading Tennessee Drag Ban Halted By Federal Judge
(Image via amazon.com) Staff Writer: Maya Arruda Email: email@example.com The continuous conflict between liberals and conservatives has no end in sight. As part of a last-ditch effort to avoid an all-out civil war, Congress passed a vote to approve a “National Divorce” on March 25th. In this National Divorce, the former United States of America will be split evenly into two separate nations, with 25 … Continue reading National Divorce and You: What You Need to Know
(Image via apnews.com) Staff Writer: Maya Arruda Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mississippi is attempting to change the judiciary system within the state as a whole. Instead of elected judges, a new bill proposes to have appointed judges for the city of Jackson, the state’s capital and a black-majority city. This bill would go against the Voting Rights Act of 1965. This bill (HB 1020), along with another … Continue reading Mississippi Legislators Propose New Age Jim Crow Law
(Image via cnn.com) Photography Manager: Brendan Flaherty Email: email@example.com After a long period of time apart, two of the world’s most prominent leaders met once again to discuss the current status of the world. This occasion would be their first meeting since the beginning of Russia’s war with Ukraine. The meetings started on Monday, March 20th, and ended on March 22nd. The talks focused on … Continue reading What Was Accomplished During China’s Most Recent Visit to Russia?
(Image via texastribune.org) Photography Manager: Brendan Flaherty Email: firstname.lastname@example.org On Sunday, March 12th, hundreds of migrants from various countries of origin tried to enter the US through the US-Mexico border. According to The Texas Tribune, this mad dash to the US-Mexico border was sparked by a social media rumor saying it had been temporarily opened. Video recordings and photos taken during the event show a … Continue reading Will the US-Mexico Border Crisis Ever Be Solved?
(Image via lawandcrime.com) Staff Writer: Maya Arruda Email: email@example.com Florida is a state famous for two things: oranges and the most unhinged subspecies of human beings. Florida Man memes have circulated around the internet. Tales of the infamous Florida Man have been intensively documented by internet historians on Reddit. The case of Florida Woman Natalia Harrell seems like a meme in the making on the surface, … Continue reading Florida Mother Claims Her Fetus Has Been Wrongfully Detained
(Image via nytimes.com) Photography Manager: Brendan Flaherty Email: firstname.lastname@example.org At about 2:39 p.m. EST on February 4th, an F-22 fighter jet launched one missile into the side of the balloon, effectively popping it. This made the remnants fall near the coast of Myrtle Beach in South Carolina so it could be recovered without endangering any civilians. So why exactly did China send this balloon over … Continue reading Tensions Rise As the US Defends Its Airspace from Chinese Foreign “Objects”