Swedish Company Makes Major Battery Breakthrough

Sebastien Sabillon, Global Reporter ● 31 January, 2024

In the country of meatballs, IKEA, and the home of Zlatan Ibrahimivavic, Sweden has once again brought a wonder in the world. With top battery…

Expensive Wedding Takes A Dark Turn

Katherine Callaway, Journalist ● 20 December, 2023

Most weddings are very expensive to start with. While obviously there are more extravagant weddings, the average wedding costs about $30,000. However, for a…

Increased Tensions in the South China Sea

Sebastien Sabillon, Political Reporter ● 20 December, 2023

On Monday, December 4th, 2023, the People’s Republic of China claimed that a U.S naval warship, the U.S.S Gabrielle Giffords, had “illegally” entered Chinese waters…

Nicaragua Wins Miss Universe 2023

Angela Olivera, Journalist ● December 5, 2023

Miss Universe, the infamous beauty competition was held this year on November 18, 2023. -According to ABOUT, Miss Universe is an inclusive and global beauty pageant organization which celebrates cultures, backgrounds and religions…

Non-binary Politician Found Dead

Ava Osorio, Managing Editor ● December 5, 2023

On October 1st, 2022 Jesús Ociel Baena Saucedo became Mexico’s first openly non-binary (did not identify as a woman or a male) magistrate. Baena marked a turning point for LGBTQ+ rights…

Fan Dies at Taylor Swift Concert

Karah Provenzano, Junior Editor ● December 5, 2023

It was a sad irony that during Swift’s song “Cruel Summer,” 23-year-old Ana Clara Benevides Machado fainted. She went into cardiorespiratory arrest and later died at Salgado Filho Hospital after an hour of emergency care…

WFP Arrives in Ethiopia

Angela Olivera, Journalist ● November 7, 2023

The World Food Program (WFP) was established in 1961. This organization gives food aid to all needy countries. They have given food to several countries, including Haiti, Kenya, and Ethiopia. WFP has had a significant impact on Ethiopia, which is in desperate need of food…

International Day of the Girls Summit

By: Ava Osorio On October 13th, 2023, girls from Port Chester High School were invited to attend The International Day of the Girl Summit in Manhattanville College. Day of the Girls is an international observance day declared by the United Nations, that has been a yearly occurrence since 2012. It […]

Reflections on Modern Day Society based off Barbie

By: Kathleen Scarola This past summer, there were several good blockbusters which caused much discussion among the masses. Several of these movies included: The Little Mermaid, Meg 2, Equalizer 3, and Oppenheimer. However, the movie which has resulted in the most commotion has been Barbie; starring Morgot Robbie and Ryan […]

Is Covid-19 Still Active?

By: Angela Olivera COVID-19 is a contagious disease that began in late 2019 and has affected the entire population. COVID-19 caused a global pandemic and many deaths, as well as resulting in a quarantine that lasted for over three years by the WHO standards. The worldwide quarantine had impacted both […]

Earthquake in Morocco

By: Yana Patel In Morocco, earthquakes are a very frequent natural hazard. A 6.8 to 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Morocco on September 8, 2023, at about 11 p.m. local time. The epicenter of the earthquake, according to CPD, was located in the High Atlas Mountains, not far from the village of […]

Recap: Summer 2023

By: Ariana Pareja Becerra Summer Recap Our news has become more accessible over the years. With the help of technology and development of media, news has been able to hit many demographics. Over this summer our news has consisted of subjects that are both nationally and globally impactful. To recap […]