Jared Leto Is Not Happy About the New Joker Movie

By Paolino de Francesco Hyperlink citations. Italicize “joker” when needed. Pictures needed. Avoid person pronouns.  Batman’s villain finally got his movie, Joker. Premiered on October 4th, “Joker is now officially

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What lead to Trump’s impeachment?

By Paolino de Francesco Third US president to be impeached? Yes, Donald Trump is now the third president in US history to be impeached; but why? What precisely lead to

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Billie Eilish, Lil Nas X, brighten an otherwise somber Grammy Awards

Billie Eilish was the big winner at the 2020 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. Image source: wired.it   By Lorenzo Robinson   On Jan. 26, 2020, the biggest stars in

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The coronavirus crisis: The world panics

The newest coronavirus, “Novel Coronavirus 2019,” has caused a pandemic since early January 2020.  Image source: Pixabay   By Cameron Dalton and Philip Frowis   The coronavirus has become a

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The Blanchard Story: The Terrifying Inside Look at the Toxic Mother-Daughter Relationship of ‘The Act’

By Cameron Dalton WALESKA, Ga. — The new 2019 American true crime drama anthology on Hulu, The Act, is a certainly engaging, if not uncomfortable, watch for may viewers. It

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Tensions between the West and East: How the Death of an Iranian General Furthers Issues Between Iran and the U.S.

By Cameron Dalton   To say that the relationship between the United States and Iran has not only soured but is steadily worsening would be an understatement. Not long into

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California college football gets paid?

By: Nevarie Solomon A new was passed in California that allows college athletes on college football teams in California to be paid. College football players getting paid is a good

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What we can do to slow down climate change

By: Sarah Humphries Climate change is one of the biggest threats to our society today. The use of our unsustainable energy sources such as fossil fuels causes damage to the earth’s atmosphere.

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The physical and emotional benefits of musical theatre

By: Waleska, Ga. — Musical theatre. Whether it is a play, a musical, or just a one-act, thousands of people across the world of all different age groups participate in

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We humans are a flawed species.

By: Hannah Schultz We as humans are flawed. Evolution has a way of torturing us, so we suffer more than we should, and consequently, invent stuff that costs money. More

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