Homeless children need our help!

As a child, there are a lot of things that are unknown, like how the universe is so big or how to spell ridiculously long words like “incomprehensible”. It’s normal for kids to be curious about the world around them, but children should never have to wonder about where their next meal will come from or where they’re going to sleep that night. Homeless children … Continue reading Homeless children need our help!

Does she have the right?

In 1776, the Declaration of Independence promised all men “certain unalienable rights”, which are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. This promise was made by men for men and excluded women. For almost a century and a half, women were denied suffrage. In 1920, women finally earned their right to vote; however, decisions for women continue to be made.  Although many areas in the … Continue reading Does she have the right?

Analysis of the Interstate Highway Act

America used to be globally renowned for its usage of trains as a way of shipping, transporting goods, and public transportation. But in the last 60 years, America has become a global laughing stock for public transportation-specifically for their trains and for the long-term effects of the Interstate Highway Act (IHA). The IHA is the reason that America today has a comprehensive private transportation system … Continue reading Analysis of the Interstate Highway Act


During the Age of Enlightenment, English philosopher John Locke first thought of the idea of the social contract. Jean-Jaques Rousseau further developed and established this ideology. This theory argues that people need a form of government to protect certain unalienable freedoms and rights people receive at birth. However, in exchange, people must give up some of their rights in order to secure the protection of … Continue reading Revolution.

Stay on track!

There are only twenty-four hours in a day. On average, Americans spend seven of those hours sleeping, which leaves seventeen left. Learning to manage those seventeen hours seems to be pretty difficult for the average person, especially in this age of social media and entertainment.  According to the American Psychological, 80 to 90 percent of college-age students procrastinate. Scientists attribute anxiety or a fear of … Continue reading Stay on track!

Magic of Music

Music is the arrangement of sounds that create and combine form, harmony, melody, and rhythm. Creating music allows creativity and self-expression to prosper, but listening to music also has benefits. The sweet sounds of Mozart, Beethoven, or even Lil Uzi Vert could help preserve brain function in people one day.  A recent study by Harvard Medical School proposed the question: does music improve mental health … Continue reading Magic of Music

Trouble for Ticketmaster

Ticketmaster has recently gained suspicion from the United States Department of Justice (DOJ), U.S. senators, and concert fans after the pre-sale of tickets to Taylor Swift’s ‘Eras tour’. The sale started November 15, 2022, with a reported two million tickets being sold that first day. However, the sale of Swift’s tickets was not the first one with Ticketmaster. With issues like Swift’s only growing larger … Continue reading Trouble for Ticketmaster

NASA’s All Electric Aircraft

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has landed rovers on Mars and put people on the moon in the past. Along with the numerous other projects they’re working on, NASA has been testing out an all-electric aircraft. The all-electric plane is the X-57 Maxwell, and is one of the first parts of NASA’s work toward sustainable aviation solutions.  The X-57 Maxwell is an all-electric … Continue reading NASA’s All Electric Aircraft