It seems hard to believe that it was only three months ago that school shut down, but in that short time a whole 100 City Voice articles have been published! This article marks 200 posts on The City Voice website, and none of that would have been possible without such amazing support from you, the students at City High Middle. We have been amazed at how many people have been willing to write articles for the newspaper during this time of crisis, and we are grateful for their knowledge and insight. Even if you have not written something, your readership means a lot to us.
We hope that you have enjoyed reading The City Voice, and that you continue to do so when we return next year! In the meantime, consider taking a look back at the hundred articles we have published during this difficult time. Some of them are about the health crisis, but others are about the moments of wonder, discovery, and even happiness that continue to take place even when so much is falling apart. If you have not had a chance to read them yet, we hope you will this summer.
Articles from the Shutdown
This past week a new study has solved a marine mystery that has stumped scientists for centuries. Starfish, also known as sea stars, are animals that have drawn a lot of attention for their interesting anatomy and characteristics. Starfish are marine creatures that are a part of a group called echinoderms. They are named after… Continue reading Starfish Have Heads??
Priscilla is R rated due to drug use and some language The movie Priscilla is a Romance/Drama retelling the relationship between Priscilla Beaulieu and Rock n Roll icon Elvis Presley. You get to see young teenage Priscilla Beaulieu get swept into a dangerous world of stardom, music, and passion. I went into this film having… Continue reading Priscilla Review
Percy Jackson and the Olympians is the iconic series made by Rick Riordan. This novel series consists of 6 books. The series tells the story of Percy Jackson, a 13 year old boy who discovers that he is the son of the Greek God of the Sea, Poseidon. He goes on adventures with his friends,… Continue reading Percy Jackson and the Olympians
Harry Potter, along with his best friends, Ron and Hermione, are about to start their third year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Harry can’t wait to get back to school after the summer holidays. (Who wouldn’t if they lived with the detestable Dursleys?) But when Harry gets to Hogwarts, the atmosphere is tense.… Continue reading Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Review
“Remember, remember, the fifth of November!” Guy Fawkes Day, also known as Guy Fawkes Night, is a celebration that has been observed for more than 400 years. It commemorates the failed ‘Gunpowder Plot,’ which was an attempt by Guy Fawkes and his co-conspirators to blow up the Houses of Parliament in protest against religious persecution… Continue reading Guy Fawkes Day: What’s Happening Across the Pond?
Over the past few weeks, the lower chamber of the United States Congress, the House of Representatives, has had quite a wild ride due to their woes of not having a Speaker of the House to lead the legislative process. It started with former Speaker Kevin McCarthy being ousted from his position by a fellow… Continue reading The Path Forward: Speaker Johnson’s Plan To Unite His Party
Halloween is one of the most celebrated holidays in history. Halloween is celebrated in many different ways. Some cultures celebrate Halloween for a whole week. In this article, you will learn the origin of one of the most iconic and popular holidays in history. Origin The origins of Halloween goes back to the ancient Celtic… Continue reading The Origin and Transformation of Halloween
Man Wrongly Convicted and Exonerated After 16 Years Killed During an Altercation at a Traffic Stop by Deputy
What Happened? On Monday, October 16, 2023, a 53-year-old African-American man and Georgian resident, Leonard Allen Cure, was pulled to the side of Interstate 95 by a Sgt. Buck Aldridge for “speeding and reckless driving” (Allie Griffin 2023). Leonard Cure began to wrestle the officer after being told he would be “going to jail” (Allie… Continue reading Man Wrongly Convicted and Exonerated After 16 Years Killed During an Altercation at a Traffic Stop by Deputy
Whether you dress up and ask strangers for candy, are the one passing it out, or even just watch a scary movie around Halloween time, you take part in a very traditional American Halloween. We’re not the only ones to celebrate Halloween, though; the holiday is prevalent throughout the world. Countries that celebrate Halloween much… Continue reading Halloween Traditions Around the World
China’s recent actions in various facets of their diplomatic relations with other countries have been received with a lot of raised eyebrows from the West including their mistreatment of Uighur Muslims and boosts in economic production. However, their signature foreign policy initiative, the Belt and Road Initiative which aims to expand Chinese influence around the… Continue reading China and Russia Promote New World Order at Belt and Road Forum
On October 15, 2023, Iowa’s Women’s Basketball Team opened their season with a banger. The team played at Kinnick Stadium, the outdoor football field for Iowa. Caitlin Clark with a triple double in her first game of the season, creating even more popularity with the skilled 21-year old. Additionally, many other players made their debut… Continue reading The WNBA is Here!
The first horror film or rather short film, was “Le Manoir du Diable.” In 1896, a 3-minute film was released by Georges Méliès in France. The common translation of “Le Manoir du Diable” in English is The House of the Devil or The Haunted Castle. My interest in this movie lies in its mark in… Continue reading History of Horror in Film
On September 15th, last month, workers from three major automotive companies – Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis (Jeep, Dodge, Ram, and Chrysler brands) organized a strike. The United Auto Workers (UAW) union initially focused on Midwest plants before expanding to other locations across the country. Recently, even a Ford plant in Kentucky, which is their… Continue reading The Auto Workers’ Strike: One Month In
Summary: Jude, a human orphan raised by Fae since she was 7, has always wanted to be Fae. However, with her rounded ears and ability to lie, she is always an outsider. Jude’s half-fae sister, Vivi, and her twin, Taryn, have always fit in more than Jude has. But when she’s approached by the crown… Continue reading The Cruel Prince Book Review
As we reported last week, former Speaker of the House and Republican Representative from California’s 20th District Kevin McCarthy was voted out of office by 8 hard-right Republicans and all 208 Democratic House members, accused of working too closely across the aisle with Democrats to avert a government shutdown. However, as the party and the… Continue reading A Party in Chaos: Rep. Scalise Wins Republican Nomination for Speaker – and Rejects It
Note: The views shared in this article are the author’s own ones and do not represent The City Voice as a whole. Waking up to the news that Israel was under attack was in and of itself terrifying. But it sadly was nothing new. Israel is under rocket attack fairly often. My family in Israel… Continue reading Israel Under Attack
In June of 2023, the Supreme Court deemed it unconstitutional to acknowledge race in university admissions. This law, known as affirmative action, began in 1961 and was initially created to eliminate racial inequality, but it later grew into something much bigger and, up until this year, influenced how various schools in the United States accepted… Continue reading Affirmative Action and the SFA
This Tuesday, the winner of 2023’s Fat Bear Week was declared. Fat bear week is an annual online competition run by Katmai National Park and Preserve. Lasting over seven days, it pits 12 brown bears against each other in a bracket to determine, as the name suggests, the fattest bear of them all. Brown bears… Continue reading Salmon Chomping Champ Wins 2023’s Fat Bear Week
Summary:Percy Jackson just wants to have a normal senior year. But so far it has not gone at all to the plan. He recently learned that in order to get New Rome University, the Roman demigod university, he needs 3 letters of recommendation. Turns out that the best way to get them is… by doing… Continue reading Book Review: Chalice of the Gods by Rick Riordan
With the bang of a gavel that literally shook the House floor and figuratively shook American political history, the office of Speaker of the House of Representatives was officially declared vacant. Republican Representative from California’s 20th District and 55th Speaker Kevin McCarthy, who, just 9 months ago, went through 15 tedious rounds of voting to… Continue reading A GOP Divided: How Kevin McCarthy Lost His Speakership of the House
Earlier this week, a rather exciting story came out about a legal case against Disney. On Wednesday, a family filed their lawsuit against Disney. Back in 2019, Emma McGuinness and her family visited Disney World for her 30th birthday. During this trip, she was injured from one of Disney’s many attractions. The culprit of the… Continue reading A Wedgie and A Lawsuit at Disney World
Fall officially began recently on Saturday, September 23. As the temperature is beginning to cooldown, we are heading into sweater season. The leaves are beginning to change colors, and thedays seem to be getting shorter. There are many reasons to love fall, whether you enjoy openingup your fall wardrobe or you enjoy festive fall activities… Continue reading What To Do This Fall In and Around Grand Rapids
Summary:Cemetery Boys, Aiden Thomas’s New York Times bestselling paranormal young adult thriller is the Book-Club Book of the Month. In Cemetery Boys, Yadriel, the protagonist and main character is a 16-year-old, gay, trans, Latinx man. Yadriel wants to be accepted into the Brujx community as a male and as a Brujo. He successfully performs a… Continue reading Book Review: Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas
Returning back to Earth on September 27, 2023, Frank Rubio became the first American astronaut to live on the International Space Station for more than a year. He arrived at the ISS with Russian astronauts Sergey Prokopyev and Dmitri Petelin on September 21, 2022 and their mission was originally scheduled to arrive back to Earth… Continue reading Frank Rubio: A Frankly Amazing Extended Stay in Space
I think for many of us, the first image that comes to mind when we think about cacti is a tall and spiky cactus with two arms silhouetted against a bright blue sky. As lovely as those cacti are, the cactus family is incredibly diverse and filled with many other very fascinating species. So in… Continue reading Five Fascinating Species of Cactus
“Sauce” Director: Daniel Daniel Release Year: (2020) Plot: Two friends decide to go through a drive through and discuss what they want from the fast food restaurant and compare the menu to what they want from each other in a relationship. Rating: 7/10 – I really enjoyed this short film and especially loved the camera… Continue reading Short Film Reviews
After winning the U.S. Open in 1972, women’s tennis star Billie Jean King took a stand against the unequal prize money between men and women in that year’s tournament. Like previous years, at that year’s rendition of the world renowned tournament (as well as countless other sporting events), female competitors were making significantly less than… Continue reading Billie Jean King and the Road to Equality
From a chaiwala who served tea to those traveling through the Vadnagar train station in the Northwestern Indian state of Gujarat to the Prime Minister of the world’s most populated country, Narendra Modi has had quite the run with building up a solid portfolio (while some parts of said portfolio remain questionable). However, like all… Continue reading Will INDIA be the Beginning of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Descent?
Background Brenda Tracy plays a strong female role in not only today’s society, but specifically in Michigan. She has worked with ESPN, the Baltimore Ravens, the US Department of Justice, and The US Army. She gained recognition primarily for her resilience and assertiveness following the traumatic events of sexual harassment and rape involving four college… Continue reading Mel Tucker Let Go From MSU Football
Air Jordan 4 “Red Cement” Release date: September 9, 2023 Colorway: White, Fire Red, Black, Neutral Gray Retail price: $210 Description: This shoe puts a red splash twist on the classic Jordan 4 style. You could pair it with neutral color (black, white, gray, etc.) pants and have a neutral color graphic shirt or jacket… Continue reading The Most Popular Sneakers Of The Year
Early this Wednesday an escaped killer – by the name of Danelo Cavalcante – was apprehended by the authorities. This capture had put an end to the thirteen day manhunt that had involved numerous officers. The Pennsylvania State Police Lieutenant, George Bivens, held a news conference to inform the Philadelphia community. Cavalcante was spotted via… Continue reading Danelo Cavalcante Apprehended
“Will TikTok connect to my Wi-Fi?” Seemingly innocent, yet highly uneducated questions like these asked by members of Congress during their hearings with the CEOs of tech companies are a popular topic on social media. To resolve this lack of understanding of our ever-changing technical world, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) organized an AI… Continue reading The AI Insight Forum: Congress’ Latest Crash Course on Technology
Recently, an insect known for its nasty sting has been making headlines. For the first time ever, established red fire ant nests were found in Europe. 88 nests spanning an area of almost 12 acres were discovered near Syracuse, a small town located in Sicily, Italy. Increases in reports of ant stings have led researchers… Continue reading Red Fire Ant Nests Have Been Discovered in Italy
In front of the train tracks on Leonard and Plainfield, you’ll find the Choo Choo Grill, a humble establishment that has served burgers for 77 years. The seating consists of only two booths and a lunch counter, accommodating approximately two dozen people, most of whom are regulars. However, last month, the owners of this family-run… Continue reading Choo Choo Grill Owners Leave the Station
Morocco Earthquake- People Coming Together in a Time of Tragedy A sudden earthquake recently hit Morocco, causing destruction and devastation that hasnot been seen there in a century. Homes, buildings, and entire villages are crushed and roads areblocked and covered in rubble, causing thousands of injuries and deaths; the death toll is nearly3,000. Law enforcement… Continue reading Morocco Earthquake: People Coming Together in a Time of Tragedy
Over the past week, there have been some disturbing developments concerning the Russo-Ukrainian War. Kim Jong Un, North Korean dictator, seems to have decided to involve his nation in the war. Un, who has led North Korea for the past 12 years, is believed to have traveled to Russia earlier this week to begin talks… Continue reading Kim Jong Un and Putin
On March 4th, 2024, Judge Tanya Chutkan scheduled Donald Trump’s trial, which will impact his 2024 campaign – though discussing that is another matter. The trial was postponed from January due to Trump’s counterargument that a 2026 date would be ideal, allowing ample time to review the evidence. However, Chutkan denied the request, asserting that… Continue reading Donald Trump’s Trial Situation
On August 23, excitement broke out at the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) headquarters in Bengaluru, India. Scientists and government officials alike clapped, cheered and hugged each other as the Indian spacecraft, Chandrayaan-3 (which means ‘moon vehicle’ in Hindi), landed on the moon. People across India celebrated with fireworks and dances in the streets as… Continue reading Why is India’s Chandrayaan-3 Mission to the Moon So Important?
On Sunday, August 20, at approximately 7:30 AM EST, I witnessed Spain’s Women’s Soccer Team achieve World Cup glory. Some of my favorite soccer players celebrated and hugged each other after an amazing save from the Spanish goalie, leaving the score 1-nil. The celebrations were electrifying and engaging, however, as I watched the president of… Continue reading Spanish Women’s Soccer Team – What is happening?
Summer is here and school is almost out!! In order to celebrate this last week of school, I asked The City Voice about their favorite summertime activities. Take a look! Annabel Paetschow I love camping with my family! It is really refreshing to spend a couple of days outside, enjoying nature. A really awesome place… Continue reading Fun Summer Activities
**Disclaimer: This article talks about the 2017 game The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in depth, which means spoilers for the game, beginning, middle, and end. This article also discusses the 2023 game The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. This review is mostly spoiler-free, briefly discussing major locations and some of… Continue reading The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Review Part I
Counter Strike Global offensive, and Paris Major 2023 the end of a Chapter in Counter Strike History
Counter Strike, a 5v5 First Person Shooter Video game franchise created by world renowned organization Valve was made in the 1990s, and has had a total of 3 installments. This year on March 22nd 2023 the 4th installment of the game was announced and was said to be coming in summer of 2023. Valve announced… Continue reading Counter Strike Global offensive, and Paris Major 2023 the end of a Chapter in Counter Strike History
This CAS Project intends to collect more books for the City Library, so drop off any and all books to Ms. Hoving in the media center. Every 5 books you donate counts for one CAS hour! You have two weeks to donate- the drive will start this Friday, May 26th, and end on the last… Continue reading Donate to the End-Of-Year Book Drive!
Hello everyone, as the year comes to an end, we at the City Voice have decided that we will be holding a cool fundraiser in which we will be selling donuts, cookies, soda, and candy on Mondays and Fridays before AND after school for this week and the next! We hope to see you there,… Continue reading City Voice Fundraiser!
There’s an old Siberian fairy tale based on the friendship between a bear and a chipmunk. One day, the bear who was feeling especially friendly and in a good mood decided to give the chipmunk a pat on the back. However, due to its sharp claws, the bear ended up giving the small critter three… Continue reading What Evan Gershkovich’s “Wrongful Detainment” Means for His Future
Last month, an overwhelming majority (98%) of members in the Writers Guild of America (WGA) voted to launch a strike across the nation, the first since 15 years ago. 11,000 members of the guild have begun to walk the picket line, halting production in Hollywood and soon to cause incredible economic damage. The last time… Continue reading Hollywood vs. the Writer’s Guild of America
Blood, sweat, and tears went into this Arsenal dream, and it seems they may have just fallen short. Beginning the season they were far from favorites to win, or even to be title contenders. As the season progressed, win after win, Arsenal began to rise. They were defying all expectations set for them, and truly… Continue reading Misson Failed?
Quasars are considered to be the brightest and most powerful celestial objects in the universe. They emit immense amounts of energy and produce massive amounts of light. They’re about as large as our entire solar system but have the luminosity of a trillion (1,000,000,000,000) stars. Although quasars were discovered around 60 years ago, the origins… Continue reading A New Discovery That’s Out of This World
As you may know (see what I did there?), May is AAPI month, which may leave you with some questions about the month itself and how you can celebrate. Thankfully I’m here to take you through it all! Why do we celebrate it? AAPI month is a way to celebrate and empower those in America… Continue reading Happy AAPI Month!
It sounds like the plotline of a classic 1980s drama movie: 2 members of the entertainment industry from opposing production corporations are fired and become allies to seek retribution for their own woes. This story has repeated itself once again with one minor exception: it’s occurring in real life. Earlier last week, Tucker Carlson, host… Continue reading When Enemies of Enemies Become Friends: A Tale of Two Journalists
Sudan, a North African country, one of the largest on the continent, is in turmoil. In addition to it being the largest, it is also one of the poorest countries in the world, with the average income being about 750$, according to the World Bank GDP per capita graph. The country is in turmoil, and… Continue reading Sudanese Ceasefire Between Factions Violated
On Monday, April 24th, Fox News, in a shocking announcement, Fox News stated that Tucker Carlson is no longer going to be the host of Fox’s arguably most successful primetime show, Tucker Carlson Tonight. “We thank him for his service to the network as a host and prior to that as a contributor,” Fox News… Continue reading Tucker Carlson Leaving Fox News
Disney just filed a lawsuit against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. The feud between the two is long-standing, as DeSantis has been intent on undermining the company’s Florida resort. For example, Disney has been able to self-govern its Floridian land, effectively making it its own country, but DeSantis and Floridian legislators terminated that power in February.… Continue reading Disney Sues Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis
This 2021 Netflix series sheds light to Nadiya Hussain and those who inspire her to bake/cook. Nadiya rose to fame in 2015 after winning the 6th season of the Great British Bake Off. As this is 2023, you may be thinking why I might be writing about a show that came out 2 years ago.… Continue reading Nadiya Bakes Recommendation: Why I Like It
In case you haven’t heard, City High’s 2022-2023 prom will be held at the Grand Rapids Public museum! The theme is masquerade and the dance will be held at 7pm to 10pm. Tickets were sold this week during lunch from Monday to Friday, and we won’t be selling tickets at the door, so if you… Continue reading Prom Will Be Held At GRPM
Dominion Voting Systems has spent years building a defamation case towards Fox News (a subset of its parent company, Fox Corp), who allegedly spread false information about Dominion’s voting machines rigging the election by flipping votes for Trump to ones for Biden. Dominion sued Fox Corp for 1.6 billion dollars, despite the company being valued… Continue reading Fox Corp Settles Dominion’s Defamation Case
This weekend I came across more news pertaining to Paris. Random videos of streets being trashed and cars being set on fire. Further intel was needed to learn that this was a protest against the raise in age for retirement. Traditionally, companies in France hire employees for life, but that is no longer the case.… Continue reading 2 Years Too Late
20 episodes!! Man, what a milestone. Continue reading Ep. 20 | Pegasi News Network | The City Voice
We at The City Voice have a ton of hobbies, but as journalists, we all definitely like to read. You kind of have to if when you’re a journalist, so here are the books that we at The City Voice recommend to you guys who are reading back at home! Isabelle Abbott The Wicked King… Continue reading What Does The City Voice Staff Read???
This is a very special episode that we all worked very hard on, view it here on The City Voice! Special thanks to WGVU for letting us use their set for recording this episode! Continue reading Ep. 19 | Pegasi News Network | The City Voice
It’s a beautiful day outside. The sun is shining, birds are chirping, everything is going amazingly. You have not a care in the world as you laze around, either in bed or whatever people do to relax at home. Suddenly, the phone rings. Who could be calling you at this hour?? You pick up the… Continue reading Yes, That’s Right. Scammers are using AI To Scam Your Grandparents.
Donald Trump, former U.S President, businessman, and politician, has explicitly said that he is expected to be arrested by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office, pertaining to the investigation done on the case of the former president paying hush money to a pornstar, made shortly after the presidential elections of 2016. He called upon his supporters… Continue reading Donald Trump Potentially Arrested
Daisy Jones and The Six is a new Amazon Prime series that came out on March, 3rd 2023. There are 10 episodes total and the last two episodes are coming out on March 23rd, 2023 . This will be a non-spoiler review. The series rated 16+ on Amazon Prime. This TV show is based on… Continue reading Daisy Jones and The Six Review
Earlier this week, Chinese President Xi Jinping, visited the Russian capital of Moscow to represent Beijing’s stance on the war in Ukraine that began in February of 2022 and discussed economic goals for the future. His summit with President Vladimir Putin of Russia has drawn significant attention from the international community as it was the… Continue reading Russia and China: The Leaders of the Modern-Day Eastern Bloc
Star Wars episode V (5), The Empire strikes back, is the second original movie in the popular Star Wars series. This movie made about 349 million in the box office and its budget was about 18 million. The movie begins on the icy planet of Hoth, with the imperials shooting drop pods with probe droids… Continue reading Star Wars Episode V
John Garza & Arley Nemo, inmates from the Newport News Jail Annex in Virginia tried their luck on Monday, March 20. The two fashioned a tool out of a toothbrush and an unidentified metal object to tunnel out of the building. They then scaled the containment facility’s walls and escaped. They were found missing during… Continue reading Two Inmates Escape From Prision and Escape to Nearby IHOP
Okay, maybe the title was a bit misleading (I did say could), but there is a 1 in 625 (or 0.0016%) chance that an asteroid will hit Earth in 2046. This asteroid dubbed 2023 DW (unfortunately there’s no fresh market hurtling towards us) is 165 ft. in diameter (which is slightly taller than France’s Arc… Continue reading NASA Finds an Asteroid That Could Hit Earth
Hello everyone, you may not know this but, the PNN staff (and City High E-Club, but we mostly went our separate ways) went to a very special place and did a few interesting and quite exciting things: we took a field trip! More specifically, we went to the GVSU News Station in Grand Rapids, WGVU,… Continue reading PNN’s Day Out
First off, what is the Willow Project? The project is a 30 year plan where over 160,000 barrels of oil would be drilled in Alaska each day. It originally was created by the Texan energy company ConocoPhillips and was originally approved in 2020 by the Trump administration. The project will take place on the National… Continue reading The Willow Project Has Been Approved. What now?
Here is the latest PNN video, take a look! Continue reading Ep. 18 | Pegasi News Network | The City Voice
The United States is facing yet another economic crisis, a refrain that has become far too common ever since the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. The Silicon Valley Bank, the 16th largest bank in the nation that mainly funds tech startups and venture capital firms with a total of $209 billion in deposits, was shut down… Continue reading America’s Latest Rendition of the Economic Crisis: Bank Runs
Last year I reported on the Sunshine Protection Act, a bill introduced by Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, which would extend Daylight Saving Time (Fun Fact: it’s spelled daylight saving time, not savings) year-round, eliminating the need to “fall back” and “spring forward.” The senate unanimously approved this bill, but the House of Representatives hasn’t… Continue reading Shedding Some Light on the Daylight Saving Time Situation
A full episode of PNN?? No way!! As always, Carson and Krishna tell us what’s going on with the world Lia and Evie give us the scoop on what’s up with City, and Sparsh interviews a very special guest, Mr. Huppert!! Continue reading Ep. 17 | Pegasi News Network | The City Voice
Although there were and are far more than just ten inspirational women in our world, let’s take a look at these fantastic female figures who have emboldened so many. 1. Anna May Wong (1905-1961) Anna May Wong is considered Hollywood’s first Asian-American movie star. She overcame the racism that she faced during her career, going… Continue reading Ten Fantastic Female Figures
On February 3rd, 2023 at about 9 PM, a train from the Norfolk Southern company derailed with 38 cars attached in East Palestine, Ohio causing an ecological disaster in its wake. The train was carrying a chemical called Vinyl Chloride which is a chemical used in the creation of some types of plastic and can… Continue reading More Environmental Disasters in Ohio
Hello everyone, I had the very special opportunity to interview someone who is very important to us over here at City, former principal and current Harvard Scholar, Mr. Ryan Huppert! I ask him a variety of questions, regarding both his time at City and the current Ed.L.D. program at Harvard! Continue reading An Interview with Mr. Huppert: How is He Doing Now?
There’s a lot going on politically, but to help you navigate the world of potential legislature, here are a handful of bills both in Michigan and across the country that are being considered, some more serious than others. Following the overturn of Roe v. Wade, legislators are still navigating the world of abortion, and both… Continue reading New Bills That Are Being Considered
Eratosthenes of Cyrene (276-196 BCE) Greek mathematician, astronomer, and geographer that theorized the Earth was round in a time period where almost everyone believed it was flat. He used the sun to measure the size of the Earth and was only 211 miles off of the correct measurement. Claudius Ptolemy (90-168 CE) Greek mathematician and… Continue reading Super-Star Astronomers and Their Major Contributions
Former Editor in Chief of The City Voice, finally graduated City High Middle School as part of the Class of 2022.