Who was Benjamin Banneker?

By: Julia Clavecillas, Reporter
Benjamin Banneker was a renowned scientist, astronomer, mathematician, and inventor. He was a free African American man who was born to two freed slaves on November 9th, 1731.
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Veterans Day: The history behind the holiday & Covid-safe ways to celebrate

By: Julia Clavecillas, Reporter
Veterans have sacrificed to defend our country and the Constitution. We should be grateful to them not just on Veteran's Day but we enjoy the freedom they have defended and worked so hard for.
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A Cryptic Codex: The Voynich Manuscript

By: Julia Clavecillas, Reporter
One of the most mysterious artifacts that scientists have discovered is the Voynich Manuscript. The two-hundred-and-forty page document is filled with a looping script, whimsical illustrations of various plants, and dream-like drawings of suns with faces.
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Day 47 - A Humorous Slice of Life in Quarantine

Day 47 – A Humorous Slice of Life in Quarantine

By: Julia Clavecillas, Journalist

Day 47 The toilet paper panic has largely abated and the staggering combination of boredom and cabin fever made way for a new challenge during the quarantine; an over abundance of junk food.  My male...

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The Midi Fighter: A new way to make music.

By: Julia Clavecillas, Journalist
Technology has affected music and musicians, in more ways than just being able to produce remixes and make new beats. Some musicians and DJ's are now turning to new modern technological instruments, one of which is the Midi Fighter.
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