Bee Goodman October 31, 2022 Taylor Swift’s Midnights Strikes Big With the release of her newest album “Midnights,” Taylor Swift has once again taken the world by storm. Just when you think Swift defined her identity as a star and established a sound recognizable to all, she appears out of […]
TikTok is now ranked as the seventh most popular domain, putting Google and other platforms behind it. The app is owned by the Chinese company Bytedance. In September of 2020, former President Donald Trump attempted to ban the popular app for security reasons. TikTok has made an impact on college […]
The controversial ban of Art Spiegelman’s “Maus,” a graphic novel portraying the Holocaust, by a Tennessee school board has caused sales to increase on Amazon, resulting in it becoming a bestseller. “The Complete Maus” collection currently sits at No. 3 on the bestseller’s list. It previously topped the list at […]
Florida is pushing to pass a bill to keep white people from feeling “discomfort” when teaching race in the classroom. The bill refers to the teaching of critical race theory in public schools and would alter the curriculum to avoid white people feeling guilt from past historical actions. Tech history […]
ELECTORAL VOTES: TRUMP-214 BIDEN-253 Follow along for live coverage of the 2020 presidential election.
Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed and sworn into the Supreme Court on Monday, Oct 26. Just eight days ahead of election day. The Senate confirmed her to the Supreme Court with a 52-48 vote. No democratic senators voted in favor of her becoming a justice, and only one repulican senator […]
Follow along for live coverage of the October 22, 2020 presidential debate between Former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump. The debate is being held at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. Pandemic: When asked how he will lead the country during a pandemic, President Trump responded “2.2 million […]
The Emancipation Proclamation declared “that all held as slaves within the rebellious states are, and henceforward shall be free.” This executive order was issued by President Abraham Lincoln on September 22, 1862, during the Civil War. When asked who had a great impact in African American history, senior Victoria Murray, […]