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From Lava to Ash on the Homeland of Hawaii

From Lava to Ash on the Homeland of Hawaii

Brandon Russell, Editor

June 3, 2018


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  The Kilauea volcano in Hawaii has been among the many active volcanoes in which accompany the island of Hawaii. Recently, that of the Kilauea volcano has caused destruction throughout that of the Leilani estates in which accompany the island. According to CNN, the “twenty four cracks in th...

The Month of Ramadan

The Month of Ramadan

Malieka Khan, Photojournalist

June 3, 2018


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As of May 15, Muslims all around the world have begun to fast. This is seen as a religious duty to many Muslims both strict and not strict. It is written in the Quran, the sacred book that Muslims believe God had sent a Prophet down to supply his people with, that they must fast to fully be grateful ...

The Caravan

The Caravan

Mabel Ra, Editor

June 3, 2018


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According to Merriam Webster, asylum (noun) can be defined as “the protection granted by a nation to someone who has left their native country as a political refugee.” To some, this may be just a word. However, to others, this is their ultimate goal in midst of their harsh realities. Recently...

Exercising the First Amendment

Exercising the First Amendment

Amanda Chung, Photojournalist

June 3, 2018


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Michelle Wolf, a comedian, was invited to perform a speech at the annual White House Correspondents Dinner on April 28, 2018. Her confrontational and explicit jokes generated a lot of criticism from a variety of different public figures, most notably Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the chief White House spokeswom...

Waffle House Shooting in Nashville

Waffle House Shooting in Nashville

Malieka Khan, Photojournalist

June 3, 2018


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A man by the name of Travis Jeffrey Reinking was taken into custody on April 23, after shooting down four people at a Waffle House in Nashville. The incident was said to have taken place that Sunday and was a miraculous story about how one man helped put a stop to the situation as quick as he could....

Rising Fame, Raising Prices

Rising Fame, Raising Prices

Janet Han, Photojournalist

June 3, 2018


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Amazon. Online retail superpower, one that seems to have no limits whatsoever. Amazon’s legacy is reaching far and wide, and seems to expand by the second to threaten more and more industries. Of course, many people use or at least recognize Amazon. From Amazon Alexa, a voice assistant, to Amazon Mu...

Family Sues American Airlines When Woman Dies from Cardiac Arrest on Flight

Family Sues American Airlines When Woman Dies from Cardiac Arrest on Flight

Alyssa Pepito, Photojournalist

June 3, 2018


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On her flight from Hawaii to Texas, 25-year old Brittany Oswell was said to have felt dizzy. According to New York Times, she began to speak with slurred speech and become more and more disoriented. She then fainted and the doctor on board assumed less of what her condition really was, saying it may have ...

French President Macron Attempts to Convince Trump to Continue with Iran Deal

French President Macron Attempts to Convince Trump to Continue with Iran Deal

Kathleen Toblesky, Photojournalist

May 25, 2018


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The President of France, Emmanuel Macron, has come to the United States in Washington as the guest of President Donald Trump in his first state visit in the late of April. During this visit, Macron hopes to persuade Trump to not remove the US from the nuclear deal in Iran as well as refraining from putt...

From Comfort to Midair

From Comfort to Midair

Brandon Russell, Editor

May 23, 2018


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A Dallas bound Southwest Flight turn a dramatic turn for the worse when part of its left engine exploded and half sucked a woman out of the aircraft. This routine flight turned deadly when passengers first realized one of the engines was missing a fan blade and it ultimately exploded opening the side of th...

Me too Movement in Asia

Me too Movement in Asia

Grace Kim, Photojournalist

May 8, 2018


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#MeToo. A major part of 2017 and 2018 in the United States was a rise of the Me Too movement. Countless victims, particularly young women, opened up about their stories on sexual harassment and abuse. A notorious triumph for the Me Too movement was the Larry Nassar case. For years, olympic athletes suffered...

A Stormy Situation

A Stormy Situation

Delaney Pietsch, Photojournalist

May 8, 2018


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Many people are aware that President Trump has had many problems while in office. He has fired many people out of the blue and many rumors have come up about a few things he has done in the past. The biggest scandal is the one that involves him and adult movie actress Stormy Daniels. According t...

How Earth Day has Changed our Environment since the First Celebration

How Earth Day has Changed our Environment since the First Celebration

Brandon Russell, Editor

May 8, 2018


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Since the start of the first earth day in 1970’s, the environment has continuously tried to recuperate from losses applied by environmental hindrances such as continuous smog, coal mining, and illegal dumping in oceans. From pesticides killing bald eagles in 1970 to pesticides called DDT polluting...

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