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AP African American History is in jeopardy of being banned.

Proposed AP African American Studies Curriculum Diluted To Appease Conservative Criticisms

Sam Afrin, Club Member March 6, 2023

The College Board, responsible for administering all AP classes, has planned to provide a new course covering the history and topics crucial to the African American Community across the nation. It would...

Hae Min Lee and Adnad Syed back in high school.

Baltimore Prosecutors Drop All Charges Against Adnan Syed Following New DNA Evidence

Azzurra Degliuomini, Editor October 11, 2022

Baltimore State Attorney Marilyn Mosby has dropped all charges against Adnan Syed surrounding the 1999 murder of his ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee following testing of new DNA evidence found at the crime scene. A...

Adnan Syed walked out of the courtroom as a free man.

Judge Vacates Adnan Syed’s Conviction 22 Years Later

Azzurra Degliuomini, Editor September 21, 2022

Adnan Syed was sentenced to life imprisonment for the 1999 murder of his high school ex-girlfriend, Hae Min-Lee, back in 2000. With the help of social media, he walks free 22 years later. Syed has maintained...

Immediately following the leaked Supreme Court document, protesters began gathering at the steps of the SCOTUS building.

BREAKING: Unprecedented Leaked Memo Shows SCOTUS Poised to Overturn Roe v. Wade

Azzurra Degliuomini, Editor May 3, 2022

The Supreme Court of the United States, the highest Court of the land, has decidedly voted in favor of overturning Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Constitutional court case that legalised abortion in all fifty states,...

The bright colors on the ribbon represent the hope that people with autism have when they are finally able to socialize with the world in their own way.

Happy National Autism Awareness Month!

Melissa Eugene, Club Member April 11, 2022

The month of April is National Autism Awareness Month! This is the month where we acknowledge and educate others about autism, and the diversity among it. If you don't know already, autism can be defined...

WNBA star Brittney Griner is being detained while facing drug-related charges in Russia.

Where Is the Outrage Over Russia’s Detainment of WNBA Star Brittney Griner?

Kimberly Thelusme, Staff Writer March 25, 2022

For those who haven’t heard by now, WNBA star—arguably the greatest WNBA player of all time—Brittany Griner has been detained in Russia amid allegations that she was carrying vape cartridges containing...

Women come in different shapes, sizes, backgrounds, race, sexuality, ethnic groups, religions, etc... Make sure to appreciate them.

Happy National Women’s History Month!

Melissa Eugene, Club Member March 1, 2022

March is the month where celebrate our wonderful women who have made great accomplishments throughout history to create change and wellness. It ranges from a long list from Alice Paul, who proposed the...

Historically Black Colleges & Universities consist of many different colleges across the US.

HBCU Schools Receive Bomb Threats on First Day of Black History Month

Melissa Eugene, Club Member February 4, 2022

On the first day of Black History Month, a month known for recognizing black icons, several historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) received bomb threats.  At least fourteen HBCUs reported...

Lauren Smith-Fields was only 23.

Lauren Smith-Fields Death May Finally be Getting Answers

Berlens Louidort, Club Member January 26, 2022

Lauren Smith-Fields was a student at Norwalk Community College. She even had her own business going on, was a person filled with laughter, and always brought you back up whenever you're down. She was...

Residents navigate the mass destruction left behind in Mayfield, KY early Saturday morning.

Devastating Tornadoes Sweep Across the Midwest and South

Heyli Brown, Club Member December 20, 2021

Last Friday night and early Saturday morning, a string of tornadoes tore through several states in the Midwest and Southeast, including Kentucky, Illinois, Tennessee, Missouri, Mississippi, and Arkansas....

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