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Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala celebrates 19th birthday

Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala celebrates 19th birthday

July 12, 2016


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By: Lynn Dang “One child, one teacher, one book, and one pen can change the world,” said Malala Yousafzai. One girl can change the world, too. Going home from school on a bus in Swat Valley, Pakistan, 15 year old Malala Yousafzai was on her way to school on October 9, 2012. Suddenly, her ...

Gap years on the rise

Gap years on the rise

July 10, 2016


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By: Lynn Dang If Malia Obama is doing it, should you? Taking a gap year between high school and college is growing in popularity across America. Many high school seniors are even encouraged to take a break. Students can gain many benefits, including self discovery and educational experiences. A gap ...

Brazil Picked to Host Summer Olympics, Problems Follow

Brazil Picked to Host Summer Olympics, Problems Follow

July 5, 2016


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By: Natalie Norman-Kehe Although many problems occurred within the mere months before the 2016 Olympic Games, the International Olympic Committee chose Rio De Janeiro to be the official host of the games.    In 2009, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil was chosen to host the 2016 Summer Olympics games ...

The Hershey Company Sponsors Team USA

The Hershey Company Sponsors Team USA

July 2, 2016


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By: Emily Tubbs Team USA will have plenty of chocolate for the next five years. The Hershey Company officially announced a five-year partnership with the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) and will serve as an official sponsor for Team USA on October 14, 2015. Hershey will also support ...

Faith and Strength Through Adversity: Helen Keller’s Legacy

Faith and Strength Through Adversity: Helen Keller’s Legacy

June 21, 2016


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By: Echo Rogers Imagine a world with nothing to hear and nothing to see- this was Helen Keller’s world. Keller’s story began on June 21, 1880: the day she was born. Keller was born a healthy, happy baby to a well-educated mother and a father who was a retired Confederate Army captain. ...

Donald Trump Celebrates 70th Birthday

Donald Trump Celebrates 70th Birthday

June 14, 2016


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By Anthony Barrett A national icon has just celebrated his 70th birthday. Because of his birthday, let's take a look back at his life. Donald J. Trump was born on June 14, 1946 in New York City. Trump is son to real estate developer Fred Trump and philanthropist Mary Anne MacLeod. Trum...

Made In America Music Festival Returns to Philly

Made In America Music Festival Returns to Philly

June 7, 2016


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By: Shyanne Gaston The greatest singers of all time come together for a two day concert with old and new music to perform.   Since 2012, the Made in America Festival hosted in Philadelphia, PA has been trending all over social media around Labor Day weekend. This Festival hosts artists from all dif...

COPA America Tournament Turns 100

COPA America Tournament Turns 100

June 3, 2016


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By: Henry Isaacson The chance for the United States to become the number one soccer team in the Western Hemisphere only lies two hours away. This summer, the COPA America tournament will be played all across the United States while celebrating its 100th anniversary. Sixteen different teams f...

Trump Becomes Presumptive Nominee

Trump Becomes Presumptive Nominee

June 1, 2016


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By: Omer Qureshi After over a year since the Republican primary season started, the party has unofficially decided its nominee. Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has secured his pathway to the Republican nomination for the President of the United States. Trump’s two remaining competitors, Tex...

World No Tobacco Day Helps to Spread Awareness

World No Tobacco Day Helps to Spread Awareness

June 1, 2016


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By: Kaitlin Christ Over six million people are killed each year by something that can be prevented. According to the American Cancer Society, one billion people smoke cigarettes around the world, which is roughly one seventh of the total world population. In that one billion, half of the users will die of smoking related causes. World No Tobacco D...

Zika fears threaten summer Olympics in Rio, Brazil

Zika fears threaten summer Olympics in Rio, Brazil

May 26, 2016


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By: Maddie O’Shea Outbreaks. Fear. Chaos. All these words define the threat that health officials to athletes feel about the upcoming Summer Olympics held in South America. Despite efforts of containment, the Zika virus continues to flourish throughout Brazil, and with Rio de Janeiro being...

Red Nose Day works for laughs and end to poverty

Red Nose Day works for laughs and end to poverty

May 26, 2016


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By: Shanna Sweitzer No, this isn’t a fancy name for Clown Day. This year, Red Nose Day, is celebrated on Thursday, May 26th. Red Nose Day is a fundraising campaign run by a non-profit organization known as Comic Relief Inc. Comic Relief Inc. is an American public charity and independent sister o...

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