Bringing our Troops Home

Written by Elijah Smith President Joe Biden announced Wednesday April 14th that all remaining United States and NATO forces will withdraw from Afghanistan by September 11th. After being involved in the seemingly endless war for nearly 20 years, President Biden finally decided to pull the plug by setting a strict departure deadline with no stringsContinue reading “Bringing our Troops Home”

The 100 Days Commence

Written by Elijah Smith In a tradition synonymous with the United States itself, Joseph R. Biden ascended to the presidency nearly a month ago. However, that cold winter’s day was only the beginning of President Biden’s 4-year journey. Upon taking the oath of office, President Biden was tasked with handling a pandemic of unprecedented proportions,Continue reading “The 100 Days Commence”

The Dream Lives On

Written by Payton Burdette Martin Luther King Day was celebrated this year on January 18th. The holiday always occurs on the 3rd Monday of January and is centered around King’s birthday which is the 15th. Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January 15th, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. King attended 3 different colleges: Morehouse College,Continue reading “The Dream Lives On”


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