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Taylor Swift Takes A Stand

Amanda Guthrie, Writer

August 28, 2017

To the point- Taylor Swift accused David Mueller of groping her in June 2013 at a meet-and-greet as some of you may already know. Taylor Swift recently decided to take this event to court and sue for only $1, symbolic for wom...

Khoomei’n Get It: The Hidden Art of Throat Singing

Grace Elisabeth Gauldin, Writer

August 28, 2017

A man in traditional Mongolian clothing sits a rock and makes low guttural noises that sound similar to that of a bass instrument. His lips curve and flow, changing the tones and creating a serene atmosphere of zen tranqui...

Lucid Dreaming

Courtney Harton

May 1, 2017

Have you ever wanted to control your dreams? Maybe you wanted to fly through the skyscrapers in New York or explore the rainforest with a tiger as a companion. While these things seem impossible Lucid dreaming makes them come...

World Record Spotted Bass

Courtney Harton

April 24, 2017

Big fish are caught all around the world everyday, but it’s not very often that a world record fish is caught. For one lucky angler named Cody Meyer the day came at Bullards Bar in California. Cody caught this world record ...

First Human Head Transplant

Courtney Harton

April 10, 2017

While severing someone’s head and attaching it to another person’s body sounds like something straight out of a science fiction movie, some real life scientists say they are planning to do just that in December 2017. Italian...

El Chupacabra

Courtney.Harton

March 31, 2017

The Chupacabra is a legendary creature that has been roaming various parts of the globe since an initial sighting in March 1995. The name “chupacabra” is from Spanish, with chupar meaning “to suck” and cabra meaning ...

Worlds Biggest Dog

Courtney Harton

March 13, 2017

Dogs are just about the best thing to happen to mankind. While some say that there is no such thing as too much dog, Zeus the world's tallest dog, might challenge that statement. Measuring an incredible 44 inches from foot to withers, the Gre...

How converse are made

Courtney Harton

February 24, 2017

Converse are very popular shoes that have been around for decades and they haven't changed much over the years as people have worn and enjoyed them. Marquis Mills Converse opened the Converse Rubber Shoe Company in Malden, Ma...

Is McDonald’s better than Burger King

February 2, 2017

Most of the time when we think of fast food the first restaurants that come to mind are Mcdonald’s and Burger King. The two chains started in the 1950s with Mcdonalds always being the larger company. The two companies have some of...

Giant African Crocodiles

Courtney Harton

January 25, 2017

Deep in the jungles and waters of Africa there are hundreds of dangerous animals. Africa is home to some of the biggest and deadliest species in the world, but the one that is recorded to have claimed the most lives in the saltwate...

The Bermuda Triangle

Courtney Harton

January 16, 2017

The Bermuda Triangle   The Bermuda Triangle covers 500,000 square miles of ocean off the southeastern tip of Florida. That is 500,000 of disappearances and mystery. Reports of strange activity has been recorded from as e...

Why Penguins Cant Fly

Courtney Harton

January 10, 2017

  Have you ever wondered why Penguins can't fly? Out of the 9,956 species of birds only 60 species can’t fly and penguins are one of them. Penguins wings are the main thing that is holding them back from flying. Their w...

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