Staff writer Sebastian Smith delves into the world of sports with detailed accounts of some of the season’s hottest games! Continue reading A Glimpse into the Sports World
In accordance with recent news, there are no stories as heartbreaking in numbers affected and the severity of the situation as Puerto Rico. The stories flooding out of areas devastated by hurricanes are truly horrendous and stunning by the number. Continue reading Worldwide News Report
Further updates on the pixie situation will be posted as they become available. Continue reading WARNING: Pixie Infestation
Aware, adjective- informed; alert; knowledgeable; sophisticated. As the future of our ever changing world is passed into the hands of the rising generation of teens, the art of being aware of one’s surroundings is not a luxury but a necessity. Continue reading The Future of Our Country
On June 1st, President Trump announced his decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement. What could this decision mean for America and the future? Continue reading Trump’s World: Environmental Policies
Future of Affirmative Action Shaky: Fisher v. Texas. Admit it, you’d be upset if you didn’t get accepted to your dream college. So, when the University of Texas denied Abigail Fisher’s application in 2008, she was upset. She had learned that the school admitted students based on a variety of factors, which included race. Fisher, Caucasian, then filed a lawsuit against the University, claiming that … Continue reading The End of Affirmative Action
Following the grand opening of Walmart in April, Costco opens its doors at the Teterboro Landing development. The warehouse giant replaces its Hackensack location, which closed on October 13th. Unconfirmed sources also suggest that Costco’s second intention is to improve the lives of BT students, who will now see more than just an airport when looking out of the glass hallway. The Teterboro Costco will … Continue reading BT Welcomes COSTCO!
A number of economists are suggesting an imminent increase in interest rates by the end of this year, and investors are worried. Since the Great Recession, the Federal Re-serve brought down interest rates to nearly zero to encourage healthy investment in the economy. As the markets, along with the economy, improved, the Fed began to consider raising interest rates. Higher interest rates is the true … Continue reading Fed: Interest Rate Timing
On September 24, 2015, former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper publicly voiced his support of the banning of the niqab, stating that he “will never tell [his] young daughter that a woman should cover her face.” He also said that he would seek to “forbid public servants from wearing a niqab,” an Islamic garment worn by women to veil their faces. It is important to … Continue reading Banning Niqabs a Feminist Movement? Try Again.