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 The theory behind why people think the world ended in 2012

September 18, 2019

     NATALYA SARKARI       STAFF WRITER      It is common knowledge that many people believed the world would end on December 21, 2012. While we may still be living and breathing nearly seven years later, there are several examples, such as the Mandela Effe...

Things are heating up in the Amazon Rainforest

Things are heating up in the Amazon Rainforest

September 13, 2019

ERYN FLYNN STAFFF WRITER      For the past few weeks, a record-breaking number of fires have been blazing through the Amazon rainforest.      As many know, the Amazon rainforest is a vital part of the world, so much so that it has been referred to as the planet’s “lungs...

Greenland is shrinking at alarming rate

Greenland is shrinking at alarming rate

September 13, 2019

TREVOR HOWELL  STAFF WRITER    The idea of losing a land mass a fifth the size of the United States is becoming an unfathomable reality. The land is a Danish independent territory: Greenland, the world largest island, has lost 5,000 gigatons of ice since 1972.    ...

Pewdiepie married

Pewdiepie married

September 13, 2019

ERYN FLYNN STAFF WRITER    Felix Kjellberg, who also goes by the username Pewdiepie, is a famous online gamer who posts videos onto youtube for entertainment sin. He married his longtime girlfriend Marzia Bisognin on August 19, exactly 8 years from the day they met.   &nb...

The history of “The Mandela Effect”

September 13, 2019

NATALYA SARKARI STAFF WRITER      It is common knowledge that many people believed the world would end on December 21, 2012. While we may still be living and breathing nearly seven years later, there are several examples, such as the Mandela Effect, pointing to 2012 being an importan...

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