Author Archives: Dominick Monahan (Staff Reporter)

FDA to Regulate Teen Vaping

FDA to Regulate Teen Vaping

After realizing how many teens and underage individuals use electronic cigarette products, the U.S. Government has signaled that it is prepared to take a tougher stance on this issue in order to stop this problem. Many vaping companies offer fruit flavored items, which appeal to teenagers. The Food and Drug Administration told five major e-cigarette

Saying Hello to the New Town: Miracle Whip, Florida

The small town of Mayo, Florida, with a resident count of only about 1,500 people has partnered with the Miracle Whip brand for an entertaining marketing strategy. The town changed their name to Miracle Whip in order to bring attention to the location and the Kraft Heinz dressing product. “We aren’t going to be boring

U.S. France, and Britain Bomb Syria In Response To Chemical Attack

On Tuesday, April 4th, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons against civilians outside Damascus, killing at least 42 adults and children. After this happened, President Trump reacted by promising to exact a “big price” on the Assad regime. Later, the U.S. and allies discussed how to respond to such an attack and on Friday, April

Black Panther: What a Superhero Movie Should Be

Black Panther was a refreshing addition to the Marvel movie franchise. It’s good to have something that hasn’t really been touched on after exhausting a series such as The Avengers. This movie is based around the fantastical nation known as Wakanda, an African Eden where verdant-green landscapes meet blue-sky science fiction. In Wakanda, there are spaceships

NBA Trade Deadline Frenzy

With the trade deadline approaching fast, many GM’s of NBA teams make quick decisions to trade some of their assets to help the team. Even some big names such as Dwyane Wade were traded during this pressured moment. The most surprising and big name trades are listed here: Greg Monroe to the Boston Celtics from

Hurricane Harvey Takes its Toll

Hurricane Harvey is labeled at category 4, the first category 4 hurricane in Texas since 1961, and Houston, Texas is taking the worst of it. There has been upwards of 50 inches of rainfall and more to come leaving roads flooded and neighborhoods resembling lakes. This hurricane has torn through Texas leaving 13 dead along with tens of thousands of victims struggling to find

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