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Marine Life Will Disappear in 33 Years

April 28, 2017 by


Marine life has taken an enormous step backwards. In 33 years, the earth could have essentially fishless oceans. This is caused by overfishing and water pollution. Fleets for the fishing industry are 50% to 60% higher than they should be. Not only does this recurring issue pose a threat to fish, fishless oceans could globally […]

Kidnapped Student Located, Nation Reassured

April 27, 2017 by


Fifty-year old teacher, Tad Cummins, was accused of kidnapping his fifteen-year old student after researching ‘teen marriage’ before allegedly abducting the girl, according to authorities. The kidnapping of Elizabeth Thomas took place on 13 March 2017, and Cummins was fired from his job the next day. “Cummins may have been abusing his role of a […]

Bystander Program Cancelled

April 12, 2017 by


A bystander is a person who is present at an event or incident but does not take part.The FAHS Bystander Program is a performance about the role a bystander plays in bullying. The message is about how to avoid being a bystander, answering the question, What you can do if someone is put in a […]

Terrorism Strikes England

April 11, 2017 by


On 22 March, Khalid Masood rented an SUV in downtown London, England, and plowed through pedestrians on the Westminster bridge. Khalid Masood was a 52-year-old man who was born in Dartford, England. He was married and had three children and spent most of his life moving around England. He also spent time in prison. According […]

Dye Eggs the Natural Way

April 10, 2017 by


Before egg dye and food coloring existed, people would paint their eggs naturally. They would use materials such as onion skins or peelings from beets and apples. Doing this naturally gives the eggs a more exotic and natural look, rather than dipping them in color or painting them with cotton swabs. Susan Shelly wrote an […]

Teen Beheads Mother In Gruesome Murder

April 7, 2017 by


On Monday, 6 March, the police were called to a gruesome scene in a small North Carolina town. Thirty-five-year-old Yesenia Funez Beatriz Machado was found dead in her home, with her son Oliver holding her decapitated head in one hand and a large butcher knife in the other. “This whole area is a quiet area, […]

USA Wins First World Baseball Classic

April 6, 2017 by


This year brought the fourth installment of the World Baseball Classic, an international tournament sanctioned by the World Baseball and Softball Confederation that pits the best players in the world against each other playing for their respective countries. The 2017 iteration set attendance and viewership records as it continues to grow in popularity. The tournament […]

March Madness Heats Up

April 5, 2017 by


March Madness started on 14 March with the qualification round. The first round is generally considered less exciting as all the other rounds. It does not secure as many viewers as all the other rounds either. The second round is when a lot of upsets happen. The round of 64 is where first seeds play […]

Zoos Create Controversy Over Animal Needs

April 4, 2017 by


Zoos are a controversial topic of late. Much research has been conducted on their ability to care for their animals.  The results are astonishing to some. Zoos often move animals around if there are a surplus of them in  a particular zoo. This breaks bonds developed between the animals and deteriorates their mental state. The […]

Opinion: Muslim Ban Not Racist

April 2, 2017 by


The Muslim ban has been trending on social media for multiple days. But is that really what it is? Is it a Muslim ban? No, it is not. Is it racist? No, it is not.   I will not spend my precious time discussing this point at lenght. I will defend my stance in as […]

April Fools’: Senioritis Now Recognized by CDC

April 1, 2017 by


Confirming longheld beliefs, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have finally and officially recognized Senioritis as a high risk mental disorder. “After years of clinical studies on at-risk demographics and research on potential biological causes and effects, we have confirmed that Senioritis is a legitimate health concern that we should monitor moving forward,” acting […]