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Success at Amazon Backfires

Success at Amazon Backfires

Online shoppers recently stormed Amazon’s website to check out Prime Day for choice deals and specials. It is estimated that, thanks to the sales made for Prime Day, they have surpassed their Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales combined. Not only have they sold many items, but they have also helped many other companies. On […]

When in Rome, Go to College? (Racial Discrepancies Impact Study Abroad)

When in Rome, Go to College? (Racial Discrepancies Impact Study Abroad)

College is a simple word. It holds power in dictating how someones’ future ought to be shaped. It is also a word that will either encourage people of all age, gender, race, and socioeconomic backgrounds to attend; and without triggering the “fight or flight” phenomenon, it can be the best choice or the most upsetting. […]

El Chapo Guzman Sentenced to Life in Prison

El Chapo Guzman Sentenced to Life in Prison

El Chapo Guzman was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday, July 17, 2019,  after an 11-week trial in Brooklyn, New York. Guzman was convicted in February for smuggling cocaine, marijuana, heroin, and methamphetamines into the United States from Mexico. Cartel Silanoa is one of the biggest cartels in Mexico. El Chapo complained that he […]

National Weather Service Needs Skywarn™ Weather Spotter Volunteers

National Weather Service Needs Skywarn™ Weather Spotter Volunteers

The National Weather Service (NWS) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are seeking volunteers to join their SkyWarn™ Spotters group. They are looking for people who are interested in helping them with real-time reports and are offering free training. NWS and NOAA prepare Skywarn™ volunteers semi-annually (spring and fall).  Their webinar is scheduled […]

Pete Buttigieg Voted Most Likely to Be President in High School

Pete Buttigieg Voted Most Likely to Be President in High School

Thirty-seven-year-old 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana and an Afghanistan war veteran recently announced his run for president. Since then, the unknown mayor saw his numbers surge in the polls. Buttigieg’s high school must have seen something in Buttigieg. In the graduating class of 2000 from St. Joseph High […]

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