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Weekly News: March 29-April 4

Weekly News: March 29-April 4

Aiden Nesci, Staff Reporter

April 3, 2020

Actor John Krasinski creates Youtube show to give viewers good news. John Krasinski, best known for playing Jim Halpert on "The Office," created a web show this week to share uplifting news that we would not normally see right now. The show, titled "Some Good News," sees Krasinski go through vario...

Weekly News: March 23-27

Weekly News: March 23-27

Aiden Nesci, Staff Reporter

March 27, 2020

Locust swarms in Africa devour crops, leaving families without anything Beginning a few months ago, ginormous swarms of locusts have been making its way through the middle east of Africa, devouring crops. The estimated size of the locusts is about eight billion and the swarms are three times ...

Weekly News: March 2-6

Weekly News: March 2-6

Aiden Nesci, Staff Reporter

March 10, 2020

Joe Biden wins Super Tuesday. Last Tuesday, 14 states voted on their democratic nominee for the 2020 election. Joe Biden won ten of the 14 states who voted, pushing him past Bernie Sanders with the most delegates earned so far. Although Biden was able to get big states with high delegate counts like Texas and North ...

Weekly News: 2/22-2/28

Weekly News: 2/22-2/28

Maggie O'Connor, Staff Reporter

March 2, 2020

Stocks like the Dow drop significantly after Coronavirus uncertainty comes out. Following President Trump and Vice President Pence’s press conference regarding the Coronavirus outbreak, many news outlets have made some strong speculations as to what the future holds for the highly contagious...

Weekly News: Feb. 17-21

Weekly News: Feb. 17-21

Gaby Heredia, Content Editor

February 21, 2020

Purdue’s new Fast Start Program launches this year. A few days after Purdue announced that they were freezing their tuition for the ninth consecutive year, they launched a Fast Start Program. The idea of it is to make obtaining a college degree more affordable and accessible. Partnering with ...

Weekly News: Feb. 9-14

Weekly News: Feb. 9-14

Maggie O'Connor, Staff Reporter

February 17, 2020

Senator Bernie Sanders claims the New Hampshire Primary. Tuesday evening the New Hampshire Democratic primary election took place. New Hampshire, being the first primary in the nation by tradition, is not always an indicator of who is destined for the party nomination. However, Senator Bernie Sande...

Weekly News: Feb. 2-7

Weekly News: Feb. 2-7

Aiden Nesci

February 7, 2020

President Trump acquitted by the Senate On Feb 5, the United States senate voted on the impeachment of Donald Trump. Trump was acquitted on both charges of abuse of power and obstruction of justice. The vote for abuse of power was 48-52 while obstruction of justice ended 47-53. The one extra vo...

Weekly News: Jan. 27-31

Weekly News: Jan. 27-31

Maggie O'Connor

January 31, 2020

Holocaust survivors return to Auschwitz for 75th Anniversary of liberation. This past Monday, there was a ceremony at Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the prisoners being held at Auschwitz during World War II. About 120 survivors of Auschwitz ...

Weekly News: Jan. 20-24

Weekly News: Jan. 20-24

Aiden Nesci, Staff Reporter

January 24, 2020

New Wuhan Coronavirus outbreak in China affects many. There was a virus outbreak in China affecting nearly 800 and killing 26. The virus is called the Wuhan Coronavirus and it is caused by the animals at markets in Wuhan,China. The symptoms of the virus are similar to the common cold, and if not...

Weekly News: Jan. 13-17

Weekly News: Jan. 13-17

Maggie O'Connor, Staff Reporter

January 17, 2020

Senator Cory Booker drops out of the 2020 presidential race. Sen. Cory Booker announced to the public Monday, Jan. 13 that he was suspending his presidential campaign. Booker was running for the Democratic nomination, but recently his polling numbers have been dwindling. “I am so proud of wha...

Weekly News: Jan. 6-10

Weekly News: Jan. 6-10

Aiden Nesci, Staff Reporter

January 10, 2020

President Trump orders death of Iranian General. On Jan. 3 President Trump ordered a drone strike on Iranian general Qasem Soleimani. The United States decided to attack Soleimani because of the imminent threat of him attacking American troops stationed in Iraq. Citizens of Iran looked up to Solei...

Weekly News Update

Weekly News Update

Isaac Harper, A&E Editor

April 27, 2018

Syria Air Strikes The United States and allies striked zones of Syria that were suspected of containing chemical weapons. It was done in retaliation for a chemical attack in the city of Duoma. Russia, being Syria’s main ally, condemned the strike. Hostility and tension is rising between countrie...