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Deadly Derailment

Deadly Derailment

Epi Ramirez, Politics Editor

May 29, 2015


Filed under Politics

How can a train cause the death of eight passengers and the hospitalization of 200? Going double the speed limit, that’s how. On the night of May 12, Amtrak Northeast Regional Train 188 derailed in Philadelphia. The train was going double the speed limit of 50 mph during the time of the accident. There...

Modern Day Jewel Heist

Modern Day Jewel Heist

Sarah Tabibzada, Staff Writer

May 27, 2015


Filed under Politics, Uncategorized

Over Easter weekend, a major jewel heist took place in London. This heist is being called the “Hatton Garden Heist” and resulted in the robbery of 3 million dollars of precious jewels, diamonds and cash. The thieves broke into London’s jewelry quarter through an exterior wall, descended into the...

Oil Spill in the Golden Coast

Oil Spill in the Golden Coast

Laura Grajales, Staff Writer

May 27, 2015


Filed under Politics

On Tuesday May 19, an oil pipeline burst, leaking gallons of oil onto the coast of California and into the Pacific Ocean. The pipe was owned by Plains All American Pipeline, and according to the company, “was carrying about 2,000 barrels of oil an hour.” The oil now covers over 9 miles of Santa Barbara’s...

Pope’s Crusade for Tolerance

Pope’s Crusade for Tolerance

Adam Meskill, Staff Writer

May 15, 2015


Filed under Politics

November 30th marked a day of major historical significance. That Sunday, Pope Francis, the spiritual leader of the Roman Catholic Church, met with Patriarch Bartholomew I, the Pope’s Orthodox Christian counterpart. Both signed a declaration of unity between the two churches. Together, at the Patriarchal...

Obama’s Immigration Policy

Obama’s Immigration Policy

Aamash Mussa, Staff Writer

May 15, 2015


Filed under Politics

In November of 2014, President Obama enacted a reform to fix a flaw he saw in the United States’ present immigration system. He stated that certain people do cross over American borders legally, while some cross illegally. Some businesses do hire legal immigrants who follow the proper citizenship process...

Crazy or Criminal? – The “American Sniper” Trial

Crazy or Criminal? – The “American Sniper” Trial

Epi Ramirez, Politics Editor

May 15, 2015


Filed under Politics

On February 2, 2013, a tragedy occurred in the Rough Creek Lodge and Resort: the murder of Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield. Kyle was a former Navy-SEAL popularly known as the most deadly sniper in American history. Kyle had survived six IED attacks, three helicopter crashes and numerous surgeries. When...

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