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Iowas Caucus Explained and the Chaos That Followed

Iowas Caucus Explained and the Chaos That Followed

Violet Chube, News Editor

February 12, 2020

What is the Iowa Caucus? Every presidential election, as Illinoisans, we vote for presidential candidates during the primaries and the presidential election on a ballot in a voting booth. Most voting places can be anywhere from schools to local park districts. However, the state of Iowa does it a...

January News Stories #2

January News Stories #2

Violet Chube, News Editor

January 31, 2020

Coronavirus The Coronavirus is a deadly virus spreading fast throughout the world. The virus eventually leads to pneumonia which can lead to death. According to The Guardian, some of the symptoms of the deadly disease include: coughing, fever and breathing difficulties. The symptoms are similar to flu-l...

News: January #1

News: January #1

Violet Chube, News Editor

January 28, 2020

Australian Bush Fires Since the bush fires in Australia started, 28 people have died. New South Wales, Australia has been hit the hardest. Millions of animals have already died and hundreds of homes have been destroyed. Not only has the dry climate affected the fires, but the fierce wind has caused t...

Impeachment For Dummies

Impeachment For Dummies

Isabel Hook, Editor-in-chief

January 16, 2020

On December 18, President Donald Trump was impeached by Congress. From the inquiry to when the House of Representatives voted, many assumed that Trump would be taken out of office. This is not how the impeachment process works. First, the definition of impeachment according to U.S. Senate is, "If...

“Positive News”

“Positive News”

Gianna Ehrenberg and Grace Steffen

December 15, 2019

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Top Five New Stories in November

Top Five New Stories in November

Violet Chube, Staff Reporter

November 28, 2019

Santa Clarita School Shooting On November 14, 2019, a gunman killed two innocent high school students Grace Ann Muehlberger and Dominic Blackwell. The students attended Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California. The gunman also injured three other unnamed people. When the attacked occurred, studen...

Top 5 News Stories in October

Top 5 News Stories in October

Violet Chube, Staff Reporter

November 3, 2019

Hong Kong Protests There have been violent protests in Hong Kong because of the announcement of the Fugitive Offenders Amendment Bill. According to CNN, The bill "would enable China to extradite fugitives from the city." The protests are a result of the backlash that the bill received when the bill...

North and South Korea Begin Talks Ahead of Winter Olympics

North and South Korea Begin Talks Ahead of Winter Olympics

Beth Gillespie, Staff Reporter

February 2, 2018

Over the past month, North and South Korea have been engaged in some of the first talks between the two countries since December 2015. These talks began on January 9th, and have largely concerned the Winter Olympics, which will be held in Pyeongchang, South Korea. To many, these talks represent a thaw...

When Will Trump Start Acting Like a President?

When Will Trump Start Acting Like a President?

Beth Gillespie, Op/Ed Writer

October 29, 2017

Over the past month of October, Trump has threatened to pull federal  relief from Puerto Rico, ignored calls to address gun control after the largest mass shooting in recent history, and has had several twitter meltdowns. Yet, he has found very little time to deal with the issues that Americans curr...

World News: May Edition

World News: May Edition

Rachel Lucas, Staff Reporter

May 23, 2017

May 5: U.S. House passes "Trumpcare" On May 5, the House of Representatives passed the Trumpcare bill with a 217-213 vote. This was a close vote as only 216 votes are needed to pass the bill on to the Senate. However, the vote many need to be taken again as it is not aligned with the CBO, Congres...

World News Round Up: April Edition 2017

World News Round Up: April Edition 2017

Rachel Lucas, Staff Reporter

May 2, 2017

Chechnya Under Allegations of Forming Concentration Camps for Homosexual mMen: April 1 On April 1, the media broke the first story of the concentration camps for gay men in Chechnya, a federal subject of Russia. It is stated that over 100 men were captured and are being tortured for their sexual ori...

Regina Dominican Celebrates Dominican Week

Regina Dominican Celebrates Dominican Week

Beth Gillespie, Staff Reporter

May 1, 2017

From April 24 to April 28, Regina Dominican High School celebrated Dominican Week. The week celebrated  the lives of Dominican Saints, such as Thomas Aquinas, Rose of Lima, St. Dominic and ended with a mass in honor of Regina Dominican's namesake, St. Catherine of Sienna. During Dominican Week,...

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