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Volcano erupts in Hawaii

click Declared an emergency and prompting mandatory evacuation from surrounding affected areas, Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupts. All residents in surrounding areas are being forced to evacuate, that's more than 1,700 people. The Red Cross has recently opened shelters for those affected. The eruption happened Thursday evening after hundreds of reported earthquakes

HISD students present Lunar New Year celebration

As celebrations for Lunar New Year carry on, one HISD high school celebrated by having a performance. Students from Houston Academy for International Studies have been practicing for months for their school's annual Lunar New Year celebration. The school offers Chinese as a language to learn and has classes taught

Emma Gonzalez, the student demanding change

After last week's tragedy in Parkland, Florida that killed seventeen people including students and wounded countless, there has been a call for more gun regulation. It seems after every mass shooting, we've became numb to the pain and have fallen into the same routine. The students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High

Philadelphia Eagles are Superbowl champions!

With all eyes on two very different teams Sunday night, the Eagles pulled through for the win. It's no secret that the Eagles were the clear underdogs. As I said, the two teams differed greatly. The Patriots have won five Superbowl championships while this makes the first for the Eagles.

Walk The Moon concert review

Miracle and I were back at it again at yet another concert. This time we went to a personal favorite venue, The House of Blues. Last night at seven o'clock we lined up with the rest of the waiting fans. The line was long, but right at seven they let

Recy Taylor, who was she?

This past week, some Americans tuned in to watch the State of the Union. There was also countless protests such as refusing to watch it by the public and being absent from the whole event all together for some politicians. Protests from inside were also common, such as some politicians

Larry Nassar sentenced up to 175 years in prison

Larry Nassar, former Team USA Gymnastics doctor who has been accused of sexually assaulting over 150 young girls, has been sentenced to 175 years in prison earlier today. During the trial that spanned over several days, Nassar wrote to the court for permission to not be in the courtroom while

Two teens killed at Kentucky school shooting

Over a dozen students were wounded early Tuesday morning at a Kentucky high school. The suspect shooter was a fifteen year old male classmate to the victims. Of the victims, fourteen of them were treated for gunshot wounds, while the other three were not gunshot wound related. One student, a

Houston Women’s March 2018

Houstonians gathered from all over to join together for the second annual Women's March in Houston. This year's march was Saturday and as last year we met up at Buffalo Bayou Waterworks Building and then walked to City Hall where there were multiple powerful women speakers. When I first got there

Houston Rodeo Lineup 2018

Now's that time of year again, Houston, time for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. At the beginning of every year, most Houstonians wait eagerly in anticipation for the lineup of the rodeo that comes in March. Whether you've just moved here last month, or have lived here all your

Day for Night experience

Miracle and I had the incredible opportunity of going to Day for Night last weekend. I was happy because I didn't have any plans for that weekend and I've never been to anything like Day for Night. We went on Saturday together and Miracle got there about an hour before me

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