As the semester comes to an end, we all get our 2 weeks off for winter break. Let’s see what the staff here at The City Voice will be doing during that time! Continue reading The City Voice’s Favorite Winter Activities
Just the other day at 11:30 PM, Hawaii’s Mauna Loa volcano erupted with fire and flames, spewing lava out of fissures in the caldera. As of today, Mauna Loa is the largest active volcano with a towering height of 13,679 feet and has been calm and collected for the past 38 years, last erupting in 1984 . Mauna Loa is located in the center of … Continue reading Mighty Mauna Loa Awakens
This past Tuesday, the Senate passed the Respect for Marriage Act, which protects both same-sex marriage and interracial marriage. It doesn’t make all states allow same-sex marriages, but it does make them respect legal same-sex marriages from other states. Additionally, these marriages can qualify for federal benefits like Medicare. With votes from every Democrat plus a dozen Republicans, the bill passed 61-36. “With today’s bipartisan … Continue reading The Respect for Marriage Act is Passed
No matter where you saw it – aimlessly scrolling on TikTok, watching your feed of YouTube Shorts, or seeing the large headlines on the New York Times – the protests in Iran have reached the phones and front doors of wide audiences as the most recent fight against an authoritarian regime has risen. Following leaked cases of government violations of human and women rights, many … Continue reading Iran’s Global Fight for Women’s Rights: How A Historically Unjust Country Triggered Worldwide Solidarity
It would be a lie to say that I’m not addicted to my phone, like a lot of people, especially teens. More than 210 million people worldwide suffer from social media and internet addiction, according to Science Direct. And some teens spend more than 7 hrs a day on social media. This sounds concerning, doesn’t it? Previous employees of these social media companies agree. In … Continue reading #Hacked
As you know, each grade has a student government, and so to make everything truly democratic, we hold elections every year. Now I know, the class of 2024 has had its share of problems with its student body, so here we’re giving you a chance to make a difference. At exactly 3:32 PM, Mr. Brown emailed all 10th grade students with a link for the … Continue reading Class of 2024 Student Body Applications
On Monday, April 18th, students here at City High Middle school in Grand Rapids Michigan stood up en masse and walked out of class to demand justice for Patrick Lyoya, who was unarmed when he was shot and killed by a GRPD officer two weeks prior. City students have organized protests on campus before, including in 2018 as part of March for Our Lives, but … Continue reading You Are Powerful: Students March For Change
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