Tiger Woods Wins a Majestical Masters

by Drew Ward For the past decade, Tiger Woods has dealt with personal and professional adversity. This past Sunday he pulled off one of the greatest comebacks in Golf Masters history to end his decade long major championship drought and rose above his trials. Woods pulled out a historic round on Sunday. He was in second entering the day on Sunday, paired with others in … Continue reading Tiger Woods Wins a Majestical Masters

University of Virginia Men’s Basketball Finds Redemption

by Drew Ward Upset and failure were all that Virginia’s men’s basketball team heard last year. Last year Virginia became the first one seed to lose to a sixteen seed in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The whole 2018-2019 season they were doubted. People did not care about their regular season performance because of their momentous loss last year. This doubt was used … Continue reading University of Virginia Men’s Basketball Finds Redemption

Boeing Faces Issues with Problematic Plane Model

by Drew Ward On March 10, a Boeing 737 Max 8 model crashed just after take off. The plane was leaving Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital. The plane was going to the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, and crashed after being in the air for six minutes. The crash killed everyone on board, totaling 157 people from 35 different countries. The devastating accident was not the only … Continue reading Boeing Faces Issues with Problematic Plane Model

Illinois Gunman Should Have Had Weapon Confiscated

by Drew Ward There has been an increase in mass shootings, with the past year alone having 323 mass shootings. Mass shootings are defined by four or more people getting shot at the same location at the same time. Unfortunately, another shooting occurred this past week on Friday, February 15. The shooting occurred at a warehouse in Aurora, Illinois. The gunman, Gary Martin, killed five … Continue reading Illinois Gunman Should Have Had Weapon Confiscated

Yellow Vest Movement Continues in France

by Drew Ward While Americans were stuffing their faces over Thanksgiving, the French people were protesting. As of now, gas in France is about $7.03 per gallon. Due to this, protests went on for several days. The Yellow Vests protest was due to President Macron raising gas taxes so people would look into more ecologically friendly ways of traveling. His idea has a good message … Continue reading Yellow Vest Movement Continues in France

Juul Under Pressure

by Drew Ward High school is known for drama, friends, relationships, and now, Juuls. Juuling is an epidemic that has swept across the United States. In an unofficial survey by the FDA, approximately 3.6 million middle school and high school students in the United States have vaped in the past year. With an outrageous amount of students vaping, the FDA came out with an aggressive … Continue reading Juul Under Pressure

Remembering the Lives Lost in Tree of Life Synagogue

by Drew Ward The United States has seen an unprecedented amount of mass shootings this year at 297. The latest mass shooting occurred last week, October 27, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It occurred at a Jewish synagogue during a Shabbat service.  The shooter entered the synagogue and opened fire, resulting in 11 deaths. The shooter said that he targeted the synagogue because he hates Jews.  The … Continue reading Remembering the Lives Lost in Tree of Life Synagogue

Death of Turkish Journalist Creates Uncertainty

by Drew Ward Jamal Bin Ahmad Khashoggi was an American journalist who lived in Turkey. This past month, his story has brought a huge wake of political distress and division. Turkey believes that the Saudi Arabian government is responsible for the murder of Khashoggi. An investigation has started but there is not anything concrete yet. Khashoggi went to Turkey to pursue his career as a … Continue reading Death of Turkish Journalist Creates Uncertainty