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SeaWorld’s Animal Treatment Continues Raising Questions

October 2, 2018 by


The level of intelligence of marine animals alone, such as dolphins, prove that the stimulation in captivity is not adequate enough to support a proper life. Many marine animals are captured in the wild. The complex social structure of animals, such as orcas, are completely shattered the moment that they are confined to tanks that […]

Reporter Bio: Morgan Althouse

September 20, 2018 by


Morgan Althouse, born March 2001, grew up in an agnostic house. Two years ago, she turned to Buddhism because she believes it’s the right way to go. Althouse aspires to write for The New York Times or VICE even though the two have conflicting points-of-view at times. What matters to Althouse is sparking important conversations […]

U.S.-North Korea Summit Postponed

June 1, 2018 by


A summit meeting between North Korea and the US that was to supposed to take place on 12 June was canceled by US president, Donald Trump. Over the past few days, President Trump has been trying to rekindle the cancelled meeting. The reasons for the original cancellation were due to a lack of response from […]

Met Gala Faces Criticism over Religious Theme

May 30, 2018 by


On 7 May 2018, the 70th annual Met Gala took place at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.  The theme for the event was “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.” The Catholic Church endorsed the event and loaned  more than 40 pieces to the event. The event however was met with […]

Honduras Migrants Forced To Wait At Border

May 22, 2018 by


Over 150 traveling migrants are currently at the Mexico-US border near San Diego. Many of these migrants that are seeking asylum are traveling with children. As of right now, they are being told that the border crossing is already full. Mostly from Honduras, these Central American migrants are “fleeing from danger.” Despite President Trump’s apparent […]

Sealing Industry in Death Throes

May 14, 2018 by


The sealing industry is a dying market. Sealing is considered by many to be barbaric, and unnecessary. Last year, 1.6 million dollars were made off of sealing. This is a 32.4 million dollar drop from the 2006 season. This is due to the decline of hunters participating. “It is unlikely a seal will be stunned […]

Controversy Continues over Russian Meddling in Facebook Ads

May 1, 2018 by


During the 2016 presidential election, advertisements flooded Facebook. A good portion of these ads however, were widely distributed by Russian media. These ads were in favor of current President Donald Trump and against Hillary Clinton. “We basically have the brightest minds of our tech community here, and Russia was able to weaponize your platforms to […]