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 phone, put it to the ear, and answer. On the … Continue reading Yes, That’s Right. Scammers are using AI To Scam Your Grandparents.
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 Petroleum Reserve which is federally protected land. This project has … Continue reading The Willow Project Has Been Approved. What now?
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?
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 astronomer that set up the Ptolemaic system where every celestial … Continue reading Super-Star Astronomers and Their Major Contributions
Good day, I am not sure what time or day you are reading this at, but I had a plan. I would write out the long living story of Valentine’s Day. A story that could probably be perceived as a suggestion. In reality, we all stand with our own views and morals. The people in use of the word “love” can bring separate or even … Continue reading It’s love, right?
Mid-winter break is here! Here, the City Voice staff gives us their favorite ways to de-stress, as we all really do deserve a little break, especially now. Continue reading The Best Ways To De-stress
When I first heard Misty’s story my stomach twisted. She was only three years old and was raced with a cyst in her hoof. They wrapped it and made her run on it without it being treated. When the barn got her in, and released the pressure, it exploded out of her coronet band. The vet treated it, and it was three months until she … Continue reading The Horrors of Horse Racing
The world of IT and technology has always been one full of innovations. In recent years the technology industry has been evolving past what people thought it would be capable of back in the 90s when the internet was first invented, being THE industry to go into in order to get an easy life, getting your major in CS and already earning almost 100k right … Continue reading Tech Company Layoffs: What Does This Mean For The Tech Industry?
Sunday, January 22, was the 50th anniversary of the landmark court decision to protect abortions, Roe v. Wade. The name comes from Norma McCorvey (who took the pseudonym “Jane Roe”) and her district attorney, Henry Wade. Abortions were illegal in Texas (where McCorvey lived) unless the mother would die. McCorvey was pregnant with her third child but wanted an abortion, so she took her case … Continue reading The History of Roe v. Wade
I am a diehard Fall Out Boy fan. I have been for a very long time, as that was the band that initially got me into listening to music. Now, as cheesy and emo as this might sound, Fall Out Boy has been a huge part of my life, so you could imagine how utterly amazed I was when I heard that they were releasing … Continue reading Fall Out Boy Announces New Album and Releases a New Single
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