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Earth Day

Earth Day

Posted on April 14, 2015
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Written by Lucy Pearsall-Finch

America is a country that enjoys the holidays. There are so many holidays celebrated through the year. Spring has many seasonal holidays such as Easter, April Fools, Mother’s Day,Father’s Day, Passover and Earth Day. Earth Day... Read more »

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What Should We Know About ISIS?

What Should We Know About ISIS?

Posted on April 9, 2015
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Written by Bryn Young

What Do We Think We Know About ISIS?              ISIS. A name that should ring familiar in the heads of thousands of citizens. Seeing as the group of terrorists is one of the most commonly talked about topics in the world,... Read more »

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Ebola is still an issue

Ebola is still an issue

Posted on March 19, 2015
Posted in Health, International, News, Top Stories

Written by Martha Yanders, Co-executive Editor and Senior Reporter

When the New Year rolled in along with the holiday festivities, the Ebola frenzy began to wane. The public had somewhat of a distraction from urgent domestic/International terrors. However, as the alarm of Ebola began to dissipate,... Read more »

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Food Revolution is doing what they do best: Feeding and Educating!

Food Revolution is doing what they do best: Feeding and Educating!

Posted on February 24, 2015
Posted in News, People, Student News, Top Stories

Written by Rhonna Ly, Reporter

         Pittsburgh’s Food Revolution has evolved greatly since their start in 2012. They have done numerous projects including the annual Food Revolution day and spreading awareness of how healthy, real food is out there. Now... Read more »

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Conflict at the Kitchen

Conflict at the Kitchen

Posted on November 23, 2014
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Written by Maya Lapp

The Conflict Kitchen is a small takeout restaurant originally opened as an art project from CMU. It serves only one meal at a time, picking the ethnicity of the food from a country that the United States is in conflict with. Every... Read more »

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Better Buses?

Posted on November 13, 2014
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Written by Lucy Newman

We all know what it feels like to wait for a bus for forever. “Sometimes I wait an hour for a bus, and then three come at once,” reports Avi Rudich, a junior at Obama Academy. “It is so annoying, especially on the cold days,”... Read more »

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The First Free Vote

Posted on November 9, 2014
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Written by Ian Thomas

Ever since the 2011 revolt against the dictator-run government in Tunisia, things have been constantly changing around in the country. Ideas have been thrown around, rulers overthrown, and the freedom of Tunisia was established. The... Read more »

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Living Juicy Organic Raw Cafe

Posted on November 9, 2014
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Written by Nia Sankofa

On June 23rd, 2014 Sidney Rawlings, Kelly Protho, and Ella Rawlings-Young opened an Organic Raw Café, Living Juicy Organic Raw Café. A few weeks ago these business owners found out that they were the very first African American business... Read more »

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GOP Wins Big in 2014 Elections

Posted on November 6, 2014
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Written by Lucy Newman

GOP Wins Big in 2014 Elections Republicans gained a majority in the Senate in Tuesday’s election, and also maintained their lead in the House of Representatives. In addition, 31 Republican governors were elected or re-elected to... Read more »

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Elections

Elections

Posted on November 3, 2014
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Written by Sead Niksic

Tensions are heating up as the Midterm elections are sneaking up on the country this Tuesday.  With the Republicans looking to secure the majority in the House and Senate at the Federal level, Democrats are trying their best to stop... Read more »

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