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Reddit Financial Revolution

In late January, a financial revolution led by subreddit w/WallStreetBets made the highly improbable a reality. A union of millennial Reddit users collectively bought dying GameStop stocks in an attempt to interfere with Wall Street hedge funds. By the end of the month, investors saw GameStop stock price rise more …

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Cosmic Cannibalism: Spider Stars

With a tendency to devour their husbands, Red-backs and Black Widow spiders are notorious for their turbulent and violent love. Astronomers have spotted similar behavior in the cosmos amongst binary systems, or two stars gravitationally bound in orbit around a central mass, containing rapidly spinning neutron stars, also known as …

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Covid-19’s Effect on the Arts

Covid-19 has devastated many as it has spread throughout the country. During this time artists have been especially affected. Theaters closed down, shows were canceled, there remains a lack of jobs, and this all contributes to artists’ struggles during the Covid-19 pandemic that is spreading through the nation.  Covid-19’s effect …

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Biden Signs 17 Executive Orders on Day One

Immediately after being sworn into office on Jan. 20, President Joe Biden got to work signing 17 executive orders, memorandums, and directives meant in large part to undo his predecessor’s legacy and revert back to traditional political processes such as those of the Obama-era.  Biden first focused on the most …

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The Historic Biden-Harris Inauguration

Among heightened security measures, an absent former President, and extensive precautions taken in light of an ongoing pandemic, history was made as President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris were inaugurated on January 20th, 2021.  Though unfortunate circumstances made Biden and Harris’s first day in office  unusual, their fulfillment …

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New Strain of COVID-19 in San Diego County

A new strain of Covid-19, B.1.1.7, has surfaced in San Diego County. The new strain, first identified in the U.K., has been recognized in five U.S. states and 33 countries.  The first case within San Diego County, reported on December 29, was a 30-year-old man who had no recent travel …

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A Historical Analysis of the Raid on the Capitol

The first amendment of the U.S constitution goes as follows: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government …

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Rioters Invade Capitol Hill

Co-written by Colin O’Malley  UPDATE (1/7): This article has been adjusted to signify that four people were killed in the riot on January 6th and that the woman shot and killed was from San Diego Early Wednesday afternoon, millions of Americans were stunned as a rally for President Donald Trump …

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Biden’s Presidential Cabinet Picks

With future policies in mind and a team of officials by his side, President-elect Joe Biden is almost ready to transition into the White House. As his inauguration draws near, Biden is seeking out trusted individuals to fill the influential seats of his cabinet and help him carry out his …

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