Piece of legislation results in big step for Pro-life supporters

Ellisa B. '15

May 2, 2013

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Pro-Life supporters have had a significant victory in the fight against abortion. In late March 2013, North Dakota has made leaps in anti-abortion legislature. It is the first state to pass a ban on most abortions once a fetal...

Getting to know about the new leader of the Catholic Church

Heidi H. ‘13

May 2, 2013

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Pope Francis is the first pope from the Americas and the  first Jesuit to hold office. He was formally known as Jorge Bergoglio and is from Buenos Aires. Before becoming Pope, he modernized Argentina’s previously conservative...

New York bans drinks exceeding 16 ounces

Ellisa B. '15

May 2, 2013

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Liberty. Equality. Fraternity. These ideas kicked off one of the greatest revolutions in history, the French Revolution. Could we be on the way to a revolution ourselves? Better yet could it be over cup sizes? The New...

Israel aims for peace with new Iron Dome

Lydia L. '15

May 2, 2013

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Israel has struggled with war and bombings for years, but the Iron Dome, a  system used by Israel to change the course of missiles heading their way, has given Israel hope to end the battles with many countries that they have...

Learning what ‘that growing up thing’ really means

Kaylene Overall, International Correspondent

May 2, 2013

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I’d always thought that once I left high school and went to university, I’d finally be an adult. No longer would I have to depend on my parents, obey rules, watch my language or go to bed at a certain time. It was only after...

Cyprus’s economy worries Europeans

Ana P. '14

May 2, 2013

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After hearing so much about the fragility of the Greek economy, Greece’s neighbor, Cyprus, has added itself to the list of financially endangered nations. Solutions were being bounced around by Cypriots that included freezing...

Knox and Sollecito to be tried again in re-opened case

Erin T. ‘13

May 2, 2013

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Five years after the murder of UK student Briton Meredith Kercher, three years after the conviction of Amanda Knox and her boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito for the crime, and little over a year after an acquittal freed the pair, the...