Health and Safety by Fatme Aoun

Paul Drechsler once said, “Good health is good business.” Many industries or companies lack good hygiene. This could put the employees and customers at risk.  “I feel concerned because you never know what you are coming in contact with and it is a big issue today,” explains Marwa Alhillo, a Fordson high schooler.  Ever since …

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Breaking Or Making by Assil Khanafer

Achieving high scores is becoming a bigger aspiration for an increasing amount of American youth. Over 1/3 of adults in the U.S. population are currently receiving a higher education. With the rise of information technology and an increasingly global economy, higher education is also becoming more of a necessity for success.  With the success also …

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Homicidal Ex by Reema Alata

Warning: SFX makeup done by interviewee Kynzee Cooper Nearly everyone has someone that they keep close to their heart, whether it be a parent to their children or two friends who have spent years together. Now, unless you are like the people in this story, you’d likely fear the thought of anything happening to that …

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8Ball by Sarah Chami

The Game that most of us know as pool or 8 ball, wasn’t always known as pool. It was known as Billiards The game Billiards was played by Kings, Commoners, Presidents, Ladies, Gentlemen, and hustlers.  Billiards as an indoor table game was first mentioned in a 1470 inventory for King Louis XI of France. Billiards …

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Through Stereotypes by Riann Beydoun

It is normal for humans to stereotype, and we may do it without even realizing it. Stereotypes can be formed during childhood, with little things like seeing historical figures that are mostly white or how black characters are portrayed in the media. We stereotype to try and find patterns in people and categorize what is …

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