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Matt Lauer and Charlie Rose Fired For Sexual Harassment Claims

Matt Lauer and Charlie Rose Fired For Sexual Harassment Claims

Christina Renzetti and Avery Ketcherside

December 5, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

Today Show Co-Host Matt Lauer and CBS This Morning Co-Host Charlie Rose have been fired over sexual harassment allegations, joining the list of many celebrities and high profile people who have been accused of sexual harassment within the past two months. Also last week, Russell Simmons the CEO of Rush Communications has stepp...

Trump Twitter turmoil

Trump Twitter turmoil

Aniket Adhikari, News Editor

December 1, 2017


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President Trump is once again under fire for comments and statements released through his Twitter, this time echoing anti-Muslim sentiments. On November 29th, Trump retweeted a series of videos by British Far Right extremist Jayda Fransen that portrayed alleged Muslims in a negative light. The video...

Five Things Friday: from flip phones to war criminals

Five Things Friday: from flip phones to war criminals

Berry Choi, Staff Writer

December 1, 2017


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11/25/17: Apple patents for flip phone technology The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office recently revealed in an report that Apple has filed a patent for "an electronic device [that] may have a flexible portion that allows [it] to be folded” in September 2016. The patent was approved this Saturday. The technology describes flexible dis...

Another mass shooting occurs in California

Another mass shooting occurs in California

Allie Tatoy, Associate Editor

November 19, 2017


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The latest epidemic of mass shootings in the United States continues. On Tuesday, November 14, a gunman began shooting in rural Rancho Tehama, California, at one point getting dangerously close to Rancho Tehama Elementary. The gunman, Kevin Janson Neal, was a forty-four year old who has been referred to by th...

Five Things Friday: from Singles’ Day to Keystone Pipeline

Five Things Friday: from Singles’ Day to Keystone Pipeline

Berry Choi, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017


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11/11/17: Alibaba’s Singles’ Day breaks global record Alibaba, a Chinese e-commerce company, generated $25 Billion in sales during their annual Singles’ Day sale on 11/11. With shoppers from over 225 countries and regions, the this year’s Singles’ Day showed an increase of 38 percent in sales from that ...

True Heroism

True Heroism

Morgan Quach, Staff Writer

November 14, 2017


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With so many American holidays, there is only one day that honors the soldiers of our country. November 11th is dedicated to all of the soldiers that fought bravely in one of America’s many battles. This memorial day is celebrated with the decoration of graves for the soldiers that passed during the ...

Lambert HOSA takes on the Fall Leadership Conference in Atlanta

Lambert HOSA takes on the Fall Leadership Conference in Atlanta

November 14, 2017


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Lambert HOSA, the largest HOSA chapter in the world, took over one hundred members to the annual Fall Leadership Conference (FLC) at the Atlanta Marriot Marquis. Members of HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) from all over Georgia come to the Fall Leadership Conference to attend workshop...

Five Things Friday: from the plague to resignations

Five Things Friday: from the plague to resignations

Berry Choi, Staff Writer

November 10, 2017


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10/04/17: Plague in Madagascar heightens The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs reported that since August, there have been almost 1,200 people infected and over 124 dead due to various forms of the plague. The outbreak of the bubonic plague is caused by an infection...

Texas Massacre

Texas Massacre

Aniket Adhikari, News Editor

November 8, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, Uncategorized

On Sunday, November 5th at 11:20 AM in Sutherland Springs, Texas, a gunman opened fire during a church service at First Baptist Church, killing 26 people. After hearing the gunfire, an armed citizen, Stephen Willeford,  grabbed a personal rifle and engaged the shooter. In the ensuing firefight, the sho...

Tax Reform

Tax Reform

Josh DeRoche, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017


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The last two weeks of October were a key leap in the Republicans' goal of getting tax reform put into place. Both the Senate and the House passed a 4 trillion dollar budget that paves way for tax reform. Almost anyone can agree the American people deserve tax breaks, as the last major one was in 1986 ...

Five Things Friday: from Hawking to the Great Pyramid

Five Things Friday: from Hawking to the Great Pyramid

Berry Choi, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017


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10/28/17: Stephen Hawking’s PhD reviewed 2 million times Since Professor Stephen Hawking released his PhD statement “Properties of expanding universes” to the public on Sunday October 22 on Cambridge University’s website, it has been viewed over two million times. With over 500,000 downloads, Haw...

Five Things Friday: from troops to repeat elections

Five Things Friday: from troops to repeat elections

Berry Choi, Staff Writer

October 27, 2017


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10/21/17: President Trump questioned about troops in Niger President Trump has come under criticism for calling a widowed wife of one of the four American troops killed during an ambush in Niger. When President Trump was questioned about the dispatch of troops in Niger, he revealed very limited information to the press. Major Dunford, President Trump’s top military advise...