On April 18th, Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle released a detailed report, unveiling her decision to officially void the mask mandate on a national level. Although the CDC had announced that masks would be required for air travel through May 3rd, this decision unexpectedly arrived, bringing joy and fear to manyContinue Reading

On April 10, Scottie Scheffler became one of the youngest members of the PGA tour to earn his green jacket and win the Masters in Augusta, Ga. The contest was not especially close either, with Scheffler coming in at ten under par while his biggest competition, Rory Mcllroy, shot sevenContinue Reading

Held in Minneapolis, MN, the Women’s NCAA March Madness showcased exciting matchups, star players and many historic moments for the women’s game. Coming into the tournament, the one seeds were Louisville, South Carolina, Stanford and NC State, also accompanied by UConn as a two seed, projected to go far. SomeContinue Reading

The 94th Academy Awards returned on Mar. 27 2022 at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, representing a sense of normalization amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Maskless celebrities strutted down a non-socially distanced red carpet, promoting fashion brands such as Louis Vuitton and Chanel. This sense of normalcy however, also came withContinue Reading

In Jan. 2022, the supreme court ruled to hear the cases against Harvard University and the University of North Carolina (UNC) regarding race-based admissions. Affirmative action serves as a way for colleges and universities to create diverse environments and give historically marginalized groups of people equal opportunity. This decision comesContinue Reading

Particular books have been established as key aspects of English classes all across schools in the United States, but in recent years, activists have worked to ban these books by targeting local school boards. Some states have already taken action on these complaints. The American Library Association (ALA) said inContinue Reading

On Dec. 19, 2021, Georgia’s beloved US Senator Johnny Isakson (Republican) passed away after serving 14 years in the Senate. When I was in eighth grade, just before Sen. Isakson resigned his post for health reasons in 2019, he agreed to be interviewed by me for a project I wasContinue Reading

On Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2022, public school officials in Chicago canceled classes after a dispute with the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU). Members CTU threatened to stay home because of the sudden COVID-19 surge and the new Omicron variant. As cases continued to rise to city record levels, the teachers believedContinue Reading

Hall of Fame NFL coach and broadcaster John Madden has tragically passed away at the age of 85. During his 10 years coaching the Oakland Raiders, Madden earned a record of 103-32-7, making him the most winningest coach in modern history. His best season came in 1976 when he ledContinue Reading

With “Help Wanted” and “Now Hiring” posters plastered across storefront windows, many politicians are now blaming the workers themselves, in a tired, old tirade about the new generation and their poor work ethic. This simplistic argument that blames workers for their inability to earn a living wage has finally expired,Continue Reading