CENTRAL SCENE UNDER CONSTRUCTION

CENTRAL SCENE UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Emily Corwin, Editor in Chief
August 15, 2017
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ATTENTION: The Central Scene is currently under construction!  New content will be posted soon!

Chechnya Horror

Chechnya Horror

Matthew Hanley, Editor in Chief
April 21, 2017
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The Republic of Chechnya has come under recent scrutiny as reports of gay men being rounded up and jailed in camps circumvent across the globe. These reports mark the first time homosexuals have been placed in internment camps since 1945 during Adolf Hitler’s Third Reich. Word of these acts was first pu...

Should You be Fired for Your Opinion?

Should You be Fired for Your Opinion?

Shauna Benning, Staff Writer
April 19, 2017
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Tomi Lahren was a conservative radio host for Blaze TV, until she made comments on The View in support of pro-choice. When she was a guest on the talk show, she stated  "I can't sit here and be a hypocrite and say I'm for limited government, but I think the government should decide what women do wit...

Suntrust Park and Mercedes Benz Stadium Meet Atlanta

Suntrust Park and Mercedes Benz Stadium Meet Atlanta

Josh Hafif, Staff Writer
March 29, 2017
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By mid-2017 Atlanta’s two massive architectural projects will be completed, giving new homes to the state’s national sports teams. The well-known Falcons and the new Atlanta United FC  - a major league soccer team- will play in the Mercedes Benz stadium, while the Braves will leave Turner F iel...

How to BEE a Soccer Player

How to BEE a Soccer Player

Luke Lindsey, Staff Wrietr
March 20, 2017
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A common misconception is that intelligence is based on the size and capacity of the brain, but astonishingly, honeybees are proving us to be beyond incorrect. Honeybees are one of the most enduring species on the planet, surviving for over one hundred million years; so long that the environment itself...

Executing an Executioner

Executing an Executioner

McKenzie See- Holbrooke, Staff Writer
February 28, 2017
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On Wednesday January 11th, 2017 Dylann Roof was sentenced to death after perpetrating a horrific crime back in 2015. Roof committed what was said to be a hate crime against nine African American individuals inside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church with whom he had prayed and read verses fro...

Global Warming May Disrupt Atlantic Ocean Current

Global Warming May Disrupt Atlantic Ocean Current

Stephen Bernardino, Staff Writer
January 30, 2017
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Too much emitting of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere could shut down the major ocean current that brings warm water to the North Atlantic, as new climate simulations suggest. The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) is an immense conveyor belt that transports heat from the South At...

The Legacy of Barack Obama

The Legacy of Barack Obama

Madison Neath-Gordon, Staff Writer
January 25, 2017
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 Throughout his productive 8 years, President Barack Obama did much to put this country on a better path. Although some argue he wasn’t our greatest President, it cannot be denied that he has taken many steps to better the nation. Even with an almost all-Republican Congress, many bills were passe...

Hacking America: The China vs. Russia Question

Hacking America: The China vs. Russia Question

Matthew Hanley, Staff Writer
January 23, 2017
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Upon the dawning of the New Year, it becomes ever more apparent that the American media has made great investments into the pursuit of our Russian counterparts. More specifically, our Russian counterpart’s hackers. Given the frenzy and outcry expressed by the American people, one would at first imagine...

Ford Stays in the USA and Sparks Hope

Ford Stays in the USA and Sparks Hope

Josh Hafif, Staff Writer
January 17, 2017
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The citizens of the United States are losing jobs as manufacturing plants choose to move to Mexico in hopes of a greater net profit. Mexico has fewer safety restrictions, less strict labor laws, and cheaper minimum wages. When this is combined with cheap or free taxes to import back to the United States,...

The Death of Fidel Castro

The Death of Fidel Castro

Matthew Hanley, Editor in Chief
December 5, 2016
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On November 25th, 2016, the Cuban despot Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz, more commonly stylized as Fidel Castro, passed away. Castro had been on medical leave from his office since 2006, having appointed his brother Raul as his successor. Castro’s passing has resonated across the world, spurring many differ...

I Predict a Riot

I Predict a Riot

Emily Corwin, Editor in Chief
November 16, 2016
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Mass hysteria erupted across the country after it was announced that Donald Trump had won the presidential election.  The streets were filled with angry protesters in cities like Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, and Portland, all of which strongly lean towards the Democratic side.  What had started out as a peaceful protest quickly took a violent turn; Po...

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