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Nature vs Nurture debate continues today

Tommy Callaghan, News Editor

February 8, 2016

“Nature versus Nurture,” is one of the oldest debates of all time and still continues to be. This psychological debate focuses on whether certain traits inherited or acquired. A human's’ nature is like its hardwiring, a...

Technology makes its way into MCHS classrooms

Tommy Callaghan, News Editor

January 28, 2016

Twelve years ago, the first smartphone was invented. At the time, a phone with the technology that could access internet, send texts, and open emails was revolutionary. Now, students not only at Michigan City High School, but...

San Bernardino terrorist attacks shock the US

Tommy Callaghan, News Editor

December 4, 2015

Just as everything started to settle down after the Paris attacks, terror strikes again. Even though Los Angeles has been spared of major attacks from outside force for the past decades, the peace has been broken. The assault...

Russian and Turkish air conflict

Tommy Callaghan, News Editor

November 20, 2015

While Russia and Turkey have not had the best of diplomatic relations in the past, their relations were never bad. However, they are now. After a Russian fighter jet broke into Turkish airspace yet again, Turkish air control told...

Aftermath of panic in Paris

Tommy Callaghan, News Editor

November 13, 2015

ISIS,an extremist group that has been terrorizing the world, struck again. This time, the attack took place in a country that has not endured an organized attack since World War II. On November 13, 2015 attacks took place in...

Islands not meant for vacationing

Tommy Callaghan, News Editor

October 30, 2015

In less than a year, China has transformed seven reefs in the South China Sea into their own mini-islands. But these are not islands made for vacationing. Since August 2014, China's military has been building port facilities,...

Journalists killed worldwide

Tommy Callaghan, News Editor

October 26, 2015

While Journalist is not ranked as a dangerous job, it may soon have to be. With 44 journalists killed in 2015, 71 in 2013, and 74 in 2012, journalism is becoming a dangerous field to go into. Some deaths are accidental, like that...

TV talk show host day

Tommy Callaghan, News Editor

October 23, 2015

Typically when people think of holidays, they think of the conventional holidays. Holidays like Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Hanukkah are all examples of rather mainstream holidays. Some holidays people do not know about, though,...

Candidate for Floridan Senate drinks the blood of a goat

Tommy Callaghan, News Editor

October 13, 2015

Every politician is unique in their own way. Donald Trump is known for being abrupt and rather rude, some are known as untrustworthy like Richard Nixon and his 'Watergate' scandal, and some are quite indescribable like Augustus...

Syrian flee worldwide

Tommy Callaghan, News Editor

October 5, 2015

In March of 2011, Syria erupted in chaos. Tensions had been building over time and eventually caused the country to erupt in war between the government and a force which became the “Free Syrian Army.” Now, four years later,...

Homecoming comes again

Homecoming comes again

September 21, 2015

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