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Here Comes the Sun…Do Do Do DoPosted 04/11/2022 by David Lopez-Vences

The U.S. Senate approved the Sunshine Protection Act, which may put an end to Daylight Savings. Most of the United States is familiar with having to change the clocks twice a year. Besides Hawaii and ... More

Quake Shakes Japanese CoastPosted 04/10/2022 by Jessica Nesbit

An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.4 struck Fukushima just days after the 11th anniversary of the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster. Last month, on March 16th, the Fukushima region of Japan was struck by an... More

Yearning for YouthRootsPosted 04/06/2022 by Sara Eyassu

Youth philanthropists are molded within the YouthRoots program as the Aurora YouthBoard tackles the problems of access to mental health services, gun violence, and suicide prevention this year. Along ... More

Florida’s Controversial MeasurePosted 04/02/2022 by Sara Medina

Florida lawmakers face controversy over a new house bill that is being passed regarding the discussion of gender and sexual orientation inside the classroom.  On Tuesday, March 8th, 2022, Florida law... More

Russia and Ukraine UncertaintyPosted 03/29/2022 by EADAIR

A recap of the recent Russia And Ukrainian tensions over 2022. Throughout the year of 2022, the most polarizing news that is affecting everybody around the globe is Russia’s invasion of Ukraine ... More

Empowered Women Empower WomenPosted 03/25/2022 by Eliana Channell

This month the TJ’s Women’s Empowerment Club has worked to raise awareness and grow resources in honor of Women’s History Month.  The month of March was declared Women’s History Month as an e... More

And The Oscar Goes To…Posted 03/24/2022 by Eleanor Benson

The year’s night for films may come with more surprises than expected. In the excitement of the award season, many film fans have their eyes on the Academy Awards. One of the most anticipated aw... More

Prescribed Culture, Prescribed HealingPosted 03/23/2022 by Juanita Hurtado

United States institutions are following the lead of doctors in Brussels, Belgium, by prescribing museum visits to help heal patients. “Having your doctor send you to a museum as a mental health boo... More

The Times They Are A-ChangingPosted 03/14/2022 by Jessica Nesbit

Denver Public Schools officially removed the mask mandate for students and staff. On February 25th, 2022, Denver Public Schools (DPS) allowed their mask mandate, which requires all persons above the a... More

Saget’s Sudden Passing Posted 03/10/2022 by Caitlin Quinney

Famous comedian, Bob Saget, unexpectedly passed away at the age of 65. American stand-up comedian, actor, and television host, Robert Lane Saget, was found dead in his hotel room on January 9th, 2022 ... More