By Amelia Trello, Staff Writer Alleged human trafficker Andrew Tate was detained in Romania on February 27, 2023. Tate, his brother, and two Romanian women “appealed their 30-day detention, arguing the extended detention is ‘not necessary,’” however the court rejected the appeal, and Tate could be facing years in prison […]
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By Stephen Panik, Staff Writer The COVID-19 crisis has had widespread consequences that have been well documented in the news, such as mask mandates and mandatory vaccinations. However, many may not know that recent research is revealing a significant impact on jurors caused by the COVID-19 epidemic. Some perceived effects […]
By Natalia Holliday, Editor-in-Chief At an October 4, 2018 protest against the confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, comedienne Amy Schumer declared to a crowd gathering at the steps of the Supreme Court that “a vote for Kavanaugh is a vote saying women don’t matter.” During a 2017 Trump rally, […]
By Amber McGee, Staff Writer Teenagers and kids alike are impulsive. Their brains have not fully developed, and they are not yet the people of sound character they may grow to become. Decision making is quicker and based on peer pressure. During one’s teenage years, inhibitions are low, and […]