Update: Scooters: Are They A Convenience Or A Nuisance? April 26, 2018

Update: And the fight continues … It started off as something innocent enough: electric stand-up scooters that anyone in San Francisco could use to

Dinner Table Conversation: When Does Tradition Cross the Line? April 20, 2018

Did you know that sumo wrestling is the most ancient sport in Japan, dating back almost 1,500 years? The sport is steeped in both tradition and folklo

A Tax-ing Game April 20, 2018

Last month, President Trump issued a tariff on imported steel and aluminum. The move was purported to help bring jobs back for the US steel and alumin

Boston Marathon: It Took Over Thirty Years … April 20, 2018

On Monday, April 16th, nearly 27,000 runners gathered in Eastern Massachusetts to participate in the Boston Marathon—a cold, rainy, and grueling 26.

Who is Kendrick Lamar? April 20, 2018

You’ve probably heard of the Grammy Awards, the Academy Awards, and the Olympics, but what about the Pulitzer Prize? Well, this award, named after a

Is Twenty-Four Years in Prison Enough? April 20, 2018

Last March, former South Korean President Park Geun-hye was impeached. She was later arrested for giving her close friend Choi Soon-sil access to gove

Junior Reporter: My Day at the Braille Challenge April 20, 2018

In March, Junior Reporter Darren O. competed in the Northern California Regional Braille Challenge where blind students compete to see who can spell a

Why Did Three Countries Attack Syria? April 20, 2018

The civil unrest in Syria, a country in Western Asia, has been in the news for quite a while. More recently, the government of Syria came under fire f

Commonwealth Games 2018 April 14, 2018

Most of us know about the Olympic Games, which the whole world participates in, but have you ever heard of the Commonwealth Games? It is the sporting