Middle school is a long three years of life, and the innate awkwardness of it can make the experience hellish for some people. Others say that it is not so bad, or even fun (I question your sanity, but ok.) Because no issue can be debated without the input of your favorite editorial board, our editors reflect on how we feel about middle school as we are leaving it. Continue reading Corner Editors Look Back On Middle School
Syria is a Middle Eastern country, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, Israel, Turkey, Iraq, Lebanon and Jordan. This 71,998 square mile war-torn country is the source of millions of refugees escaping to the nearby nations, the European Union and the United States. But how has Syria become the center of one of the biggest humanitarian and migrant crises that the modern world has seen? Continue reading The Syrian Crisis
Two Viners named Sam Golbach and Colby Brock decided to come make a video collaboration with a popular prankster named Sam Pepper. Little did Sam know that the other Sam (Pepper) would traumatize him forever. Continue reading This is not a prank.
On Friday the 13th of November, 129 (or possibly more) people were killed and more than 350 were injured in six attacks in and around Paris. These attacks are the worst France has seen in over 70 years. Continue reading ISIS Claims Responsibility For French Attacks
With the rise in attention to ISIS and other terrorist groups, the topic has been more prevalent than it has been since the years after the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Centers, creating attention with conspiracy theories (like the title), and news stories.