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Protests in Iran After Authorities Attempt to Cover Mahsa Amini’s Death

Paulina Handal, Staff Writer September 25, 2022

On Sept.18, Iranian woman, Masha Amini died in Tehran, Iran after being arrested for not following the region’s strict dress code. Her father, Amjad Amini, claims that she was killed by the morality...

DOJ Charges 47 People with $250 million Theft from Pandemic Food Program

Ivy Lagarto, Design Editor September 23, 2022

On Sept. 20, The Department of Justice announced federal charges against 47 people accused of defrauding a federal program designed to give meals to underprivileged children during the pandemic. The scheme...

New York Attorney Files Lawsuit Against Donald Trump

Mia Shields, Design Editor September 23, 2022

On Wednesday, Sept. 21, New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a civil lawsuit against former President Donald Trump along with three of his children and the Trump Organization. The lawsuit pertained...

American Held Captive In Afghanistan For More Than Two Years Released

Nicole Martin, Senior Copy Editor September 22, 2022

On Monday, Sept. 19, American citizen and Navy veteran Mark Frerichs– having been held captive for over two years, was released in a prisoner swap. In January 2020 while performing construction contract...

New Online Safety Bill Signed in California

Michael Angee, Life Editor September 19, 2022

On Thursday, Sept. 15, Governor Gavin Newson signed a bill that requires apps and sites to install the equivalent of seatbelts and airbags for users under the age of 18. The California State Senate passed...

Hurricane Fiona’s Impact on Puerto Rico and Caribbean Islands

Isabella Hewitt, Contents Editor September 19, 2022

On Saturday, Sept. 17, tropical storm Fiona began its path heading toward Puerto Rico and was predicted to become a hurricane by the time it reached the island. Sunday, Sept. 18, as a Category 3 Hurricane,...

Governor Ron DeSantis Sends Migrants to Martha’s Vineyard

Emilia Haus, Multimedia Photo Editor September 17, 2022

On Wednesday afternoon, two planes sent by Florida Governor Ron Desantis carrying around 50 migrants touched down in Martha's Vineyard, MA. These migrants, believed to be Venezuelan, were then taken in...

Biden Announces $900 Million Investment for Electric Vehicle Chargers

Sofia Strohmeier, Copy Editor September 15, 2022

On Wednesday, Sept.14, at the Detroit Auto Show, President Joe Biden announced clearance for the first investment of $900 million for electric vehicles as part of the bipartisan infrastructure law to produce...

Miami-Dade Schools Prohibits Students from Viewing Pulitzer Prize-winning Play

Brooke Wilensky, Copy Editor September 15, 2022

The Miami-Dade School Board recently announced that students will not be allowed to see the 20th-anniversary presentation of  “Anna in the Tropics,” a play written by the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright...

Captain Javier Ortiz Fired From The Miami Police Department

Ava Stuzin, News Editor September 14, 2022

On Sept. 13, Miami Police Captain, Javier Ortiz, was terminated after improperly improving overtime for officers under his control and several other breaches of conduct. The 18-year-old veteran of the...

Statement From Columbia University Confirms Use of Inaccurate Data in College Rankings

Sara Paredes, Feature Editor September 14, 2022

On Sept. 9, Columbia University released a statement regarding inaccurate data submitted to the United States News and World Report for consideration in college rankings.  Following Columbia Math Professor...

Two Juveniles Shot at Uvalde Memorial Park

Sofia Taddeo-Goldstein, Opinion Editor September 9, 2022

On Sept. 8, two juveniles were shot at Uvalde Memorial Park in Uvalde, Texas. The park held the memorial dedicated to the 19 children and two teachers who were killed during the mass shooting at Robb Elementary...

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