My Antarctica Adventure By Makayla Ferrell

Our Antarctica adventure began in the early morning of December 17, 2022, by driving toDulles Airport where we caught our flight to Miami, Florida. After a short layover, we boardedour 9-hour flight from Miami to Buenos Aries Argentina. We arrived in Buenos Aries earlymorning, claimed our baggage, and checked into our hotel. The world cup … More My Antarctica Adventure By Makayla Ferrell

Nuclear Power: A Safe, Clean Source of Energy By Silas Eaton

When some hear the words nuclear power, they immediately run away. This opinion is not unsubstantiated. The nuclear accidents of Chernobyl, Ukraine, and Fukushima, Japan have often left the public to deem nuclear power as unnecessary. However, nuclear power might just be one of the tools that could save humanity from the extreme effects of … More Nuclear Power: A Safe, Clean Source of Energy By Silas Eaton

Eyes To The Past: The James Webb Telescope By Silas Eaton

One marvel of engineering is the James Webb Telescope. Built by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and launched on December 25, 2021, the James Webb Telescope has many people who thrive on space exploration excited. It promises to bring new discoveries and increased understanding about the early universe. It will allow us to … More Eyes To The Past: The James Webb Telescope By Silas Eaton

No Child Left Behind Act By Sofia Arnaiz

The No Child Left Behind Act, otherwise known as NCLB, was a law created by President George W. Bush in 2002. Originally, this act was called the “Elementary and Secondary Education Act.” And later got renamed the “Every Student Succeeds Act” (ESSA). This act helped the federal government hold schools accountable for their students’ success, … More No Child Left Behind Act By Sofia Arnaiz

Women In Sports By Jasmine Milbourne

For centuries, women have fought for their rightful place in society. From domestic labor to the workforce, the world functions because of women and their achievements. The stereotype of women has long been misconceived to fit society’s standards of what a female should be. Women were subjected to stereotypical myths that prohibited them from competing … More Women In Sports By Jasmine Milbourne

Black Owned Businesses in Maryland By Kailey Nicholas

Peace Peace is a small business in downtown Frederick. The store recently opened and it’s located at 118 E. Patrick St. People can take time to relax while journaling and making floral arrangements. The store is full of candles and essential oils and all are welcome to enjoy the well-lit atmosphere. This small, quaint shop … More Black Owned Businesses in Maryland By Kailey Nicholas

2022 Beijing Olympics: U.S.A. Highlights By Ella Lowry

The Olympics are officially over and what an exciting two weeks it was. Overall the United States had a great Olympics, winning a total of twenty-five medals. More specifically: eight gold medals, ten silver, and seven bronze. Not only was the Olympics a tremendous success for the U.S.A, but it was very memorable. Records broken, … More 2022 Beijing Olympics: U.S.A. Highlights By Ella Lowry