Terrorism deters potential travelers

April 6, 2016 0

Kelsey Bundra Editor In Chief The recent terrorist attacks on Brussels, Belgium and Istanbul, Turkey will ultimately have negative effects on tourism. Though terrorism is a constant threat when traveling abroad, a person shouldn’t let

There’s no place like home, but where is home?

October 14, 2015 0

Maria Glotfelter Staff Writer Due to the civil war, 12 million Syrian people have been displaced. This enormous amountconstitutes over half of the population. The Syrian refugee crisis has been gaining substantialattention lately, but it

Voting problems

November 7, 2012 0

Megan E Quinn Nat and World News WASHINGTON—On Tuesday November 6, 2012 there were many problems for voters around the U.S. and mostly in Pennsylvania according to Curt Anderson from the Associated Press. This includes

Obama and Romney engage in final showdown

October 24, 2012 0

Zachary Staab National and World News Editor The third and final debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney occurred on October 22 in Boca Raton, Florida at Lynn University. Bob  Schieffer, Chief Washington Correspondent, was

Pennsylvania’s controversial voter ID law Blocked

October 17, 2012 0

Diane Gallagher National and World News Writer The Pennsylvania voter ID law has been blocked for November 6th. Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Simpson issued a preliminary injunction against the state’s controversial voter ID law. “I

Hit Me With Your Best Shot! Wait, Maybe Not

October 17, 2012 0

Marianne Caesar National and World News Writer As Fall is fading to Winter, the constant pressure of classes and homework are not the only affliction upon students. Day after day of carrying textbooks, laptops, and

The man who made the 24-mile jump

October 17, 2012 0

Megan Quinn National and World News Writer ROSWELL, N.M. – Imagine looking down and seeing the Earth just below your feet. That’s exactly what Felix Baumgartner did on Sunday right before falling back to Earth

Getting a job after college

October 17, 2012 0

Zachary Staab National and World News Editor According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Data, the unemployment rate dropped below 8% for the first time since 2009, and industrial production increased modestly this September.   The

Where the red fern doesn’t grow

October 3, 2012 0

Zachary Staab National and World News Editor September 21, 2012 was the International Day of Struggle against Monoculture Tree Plantations, an annual event planned by conservation groups. Tree plantations are born when an ecosystem is

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