Character & Virtues

Stories about how character strengths and virtues present themselves in real life and what we can learn from them.

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A Report On Super Bowl LVII

By: Miller Stevenson, Journalist
The Super Bowl of 2024 was a game for the ages, with the Kansas City Chiefs emerging victorious over the San Francisco 49ers in a thrilling overtime match.
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The Truth About What People Think Happens After Death

By: Clara Steffens, Journalist
Death is a question that has left the best and the brightest people puzzling. What really happens after you die?
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The Most Important School Subjects

The Most Important School Subjects

By: Emma Sarria, Journalist
No matter who the person is, everyone always needs to learn about the 4 main school subjects. English, history, science, and math. These subjects are required for every student to learn in order to go to the next grade and have a successful future.
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Public Speaking

By: Khue Vu, Journalist
Public speaking, often seen as one of the most stressful activities, is an invaluable skill that can elevate your personal and professional life.
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Damian Lillard Traded To Milwaukee Bucks

By: Parker Heflin, Journalist
In recent news, it has come to the attentions of NBA fans everywhere that Damian Lillard has been traded to the Milwaukee Bucks, but how will this effect their legacy? Will the Bucks be able to win another NBA final since 2021?
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Police Detective

By: Pedro Lopez, Reporter
In this article you will learn about what police detectives do, what they need to become one and more.
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How Do You Deflect The Emerald Splash?

How Do You Deflect The Emerald Splash?

By: Robert Martirosyan, Journalist
Today, I will be looking into evidence from the series to see what it truly takes to deflect the Emerald Splash.
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The Drake Equation

By: Isabel D'mello, Journalist
An answer to "Where Are They?" in the search for alien life. The Drake Equation predicts the possibility of us not being alone in the galaxy.
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Northrop Grumman Provides Diversity in STEM Panel for Middle School Students

Northrop Grumman Provides Diversity in STEM Panel for Middle School Students

By: Gabrielle Carpenter, Editor
Northrop Grumman Corporation provided serious and helpful lessons to a group of 60 middle schoolers in the Washington, D.C. area at Luther Jackson Middle School.  In a panel discussion, moderated by students, engineers from Northrop weighed in on the issues of the day, including getting ahead in the tech workplace as a person of color.
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The Fermi Paradox, And The Great Filter

By: Robert Martirosyan, Journalist
If aliens exist, then where are they? This theory attempts to piece together why we can't find these extraterrestrials.
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Why you waste all your time?

By: Abhi Palikala, Journalist
Several people procrastinate. Why does this happen? It is a century old adaptation.
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Stockholm Syndrome

By: Allen Chhu, Journalist

What Is Stockholm Syndrome? Stockholm syndrome is when a hostage feels affection to their captors. It is a phycological response to being threatened and makes the hostage empathize for their captors but...

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