Papalcy visits Hungary, criticizing nationalist policies

Pope Francis of the Catholic church based in the Vatican City visited Hungary recently, and its prime minister, Viktor Orban, as part of a Papal trip around Europe. At a mass held in Budapest on Sunday, Francis said “All Hungarians must open their arms for everyone”. Pope Francis and Prime Minister Orban are both polar opposites on the issue of Immigration. For instance, Francis brought … Continue reading Papalcy visits Hungary, criticizing nationalist policies

Simone Biles Gift for Suni Lee’s Dad

Well known olympic gymnast, Simone Biles, surprised Sunisa (Suni) Lee’s, (another olympic gymnast), dad with a new wheelchair. This was on the Today show on Wednesday, August 25, 2021. So even after the Olympics, Simone is still inspiring and kind to others. Suni Lee’s dad, John Lee, needs a wheelchair because he was paralyzed two years ago. John Lee’s accident happened only a few days … Continue reading Simone Biles Gift for Suni Lee’s Dad

Billionaire Marc Lore to build new $400 billion city in the desert

Former Walmart CEO Marc Lore has just announced his new plan to build a new sustainable metropolis which he calls “Telosa.” The name gets its inspiration from “telos,”  a term coined by Aristotle that means a higher or final purpose. The city is going to be around 150,000 acres, and Lore promises sustainable energy production, a drought-resistant water system, and eco-friendly architecture. The plan also … Continue reading Billionaire Marc Lore to build new $400 billion city in the desert

Tigray war in Ethiopia drags on into tenth month

The Tigray civil war in Ethiopia, which started in November 2020 after the Ethiopian government in Addis Ababa attempted to consolidate political control of the Tigray region in Northern Ethiopia, has dragged on to the end of its ninth month and into its tenth. This marks a point in which the conflict has been occurring for almost a Year. The conflict has been marked by … Continue reading Tigray war in Ethiopia drags on into tenth month

NIL Bill Passed, Allowing College Athletes Can Get Paid

On June 30th, 2021, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) announced that college athletes in all sports and divisions could receive money for their name, image, and likeness (NIL). While many states had already passed bills allowing athletes to become getting paid, it is now fully approved by the NCAA among all college athletics. Athletes can make money from many activities they could not before: … Continue reading NIL Bill Passed, Allowing College Athletes Can Get Paid

Committed to the Community

Like lions protecting their pride in the wild grasslands of the savanna, the deputies of the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) protect the citizens of the Monroe County community. To the MCSO, their top priority is the safety of each and every individual in the Florida Keys. Moreover, in an exclusive interview, Monroe County Sheriff Rick Ramsay shares how he makes sure this county has … Continue reading Committed to the Community

Bill Placed Against Transgender Athletes from Competing in Scholastic Sports

Being comfortable in your own body is one of the most important factors that should play a role in your life and lifestyle. If you don’t feel comfortable, it’s completely ok to make the change so you are content with your life. Some states are beginning to make this more difficult than it should be. States such as Florida and West Virginia are creating laws … Continue reading Bill Placed Against Transgender Athletes from Competing in Scholastic Sports

Bright Futures Scholarship to be Altered

By Sadie Dodds On May 8, Florida Senate Bill, SB-86, was passed through the Senate and into the House. The Bill includes changes to the Florida scholarship program, Bright Futures. Among other things, the passing of this bill will require several educational boards to approve a list of acceptable majors for students using the scholarship. The basic requirement of acceptable majors will be whether or … Continue reading Bright Futures Scholarship to be Altered

Biden Releases Information on His American Jobs Plan

On March 31, President Joe Biden released a government fact sheet regarding his American Jobs Plan. This plan is one of a two-part bill presented by Biden and his office that hopes to restore the United States’ economy and overall citizen well-being after the devastation of COVID-19. The American Jobs Plan is supposed to expand on the first part of this plan, the American Rescue … Continue reading Biden Releases Information on His American Jobs Plan

Capitol Hill Raid: KWHS Students’ Perspectives

***DISCLAIMER : THIS ARTICLE DOES NOT PORTRAY THE VIEWS OF THE AUTHOR OR ANY MEMBERS OF THE SNAPPER. On January 6th, chaos struck at Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. from many Trump Supporters rallying outside, refusing to believe that the “Trump era” is over. Many people believe that this was  incited by our 45th president of the United States, Donald J. Trump.  Over Snapchat (a … Continue reading Capitol Hill Raid: KWHS Students’ Perspectives