November Friday the 13th – was a day heavy with the sting of tragedy. There were multiple terrorist attacks that took place around the world, all within a few hours of each other. It’s been the buzz of discussion in the days since, with its haphazard arguments shot off from every end of the spectrum. It is clear that the fear within some people impairs their ability to learn without a bias. Instead of elaborating upon all of the terror that burns like wildfire across the globe, I will elaborate upon the root of terror itself.
At 7:30 p.m. In the gym of Foxcroft Academy, a mysterious journey started over there. “Once upon a time, there was a little ogre named Shrek…” Continue reading “Shrek the Musical comes to FA”
More than half the nation’s governors say they oppose letting Syrian refugees into their states, although the final say on this contentious immigration issue will fall to the federal government. Continue reading “Governors Response on 10,000 Refugees”
The air raid in Paris a few days ago attracted people’s attention again to the ISIS, and there are further rumors that the ISIS has sent trained soldiers lurking in fourteen states of the United States. Continue reading “Where does the money come from for isis”
Among several big names in the NFL that went down to injury in week 10 was Patriots outstanding wide receiver Julian Edelman. Edelman struggled off the field at the end of the first quarter against the New York Giants where he proceeded to slam his helmet to the ground in frustration with an apparent foot injury. Continue reading “Edelman goes down, who’s next man up?”