Power Shortage Turned Energy Crisis In China

Jacob Matos ‘23 The power shortages that are currently occurring in China are greatly affecting their economy and a multitude of people. In the past, the country has struggled with balancing energy supplies with demand, but the ongoing pandemic has made circumstances worse. The demand for Chinese goods has surged and the factories that manufacture … Continue reading Power Shortage Turned Energy Crisis In China

William Shatner’s Journey to the Final Frontier

Eric N. Narvaez ‘23  “Where no man has gone before.” Those are the famous words from the intro of the Sci-Fi TV show, Star Trek, back in the late 1900s. Now, William Shatner, who played Captain James T. Kirk in the popular show, was finally able to live out these words by setting the record … Continue reading William Shatner’s Journey to the Final Frontier

Quick Overview of TeamSeas and The Ocean Cleanup

Timothy Nguyen '23 If you watch YouTube at all, you most likely have heard of the content creators, Mr. Beast and Mark Rober. Known for the immense effort that they put into the production of their videos, they are now using their platforms, both consisting of millions of followers, to spread awareness on the true … Continue reading Quick Overview of TeamSeas and The Ocean Cleanup

The Conclusion of Britney Spears’ Conservator-ship

Jacob Matos ‘23 American singer, songwriter, and dancer, Britney Jean Spears, has spent the last thirteen years of her life struggling to get her life back from her father and management team. Ultimately, she has finally succeeded. On February 1st, 2008, a temporary conservatorship was granted in court for Spears that deemed her unfit to … Continue reading The Conclusion of Britney Spears’ Conservator-ship

Virginia’s Gubernatorial 2021 Election: Is it An Indicator for 2021?

Michael Vidal '22 The off year elections are often overlooked in American politics, but they hold significant value and can foreshadow future elections, particularly the midterm elections. The major off year elections this November were the gubernatorial races in Virginia and New Jersey and the mayoral race in New York City.  While New York City … Continue reading Virginia’s Gubernatorial 2021 Election: Is it An Indicator for 2021?