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South Korea hosts Seoul’s largest airshow

South Korea hosts Seoul’s largest airshow

Taerin Kim, Reporter | Oct 23, 2023

Seoul ADEX 2023, Seoul International Aerospace and Defense Exhibition, was held from Oct. 17th to 22nd at Seoul Airport. It drew a large crowd of attendees who had high expectations for this year’s airshow.  Seoul...

Seasons are no longer equally dispersed

Seasons are no longer equally dispersed

Jiah Hwang, Reporter | Oct 17, 2023

Temperatures reached an average high of 24.7 degrees Celsius this summer, with high humidity as the precipitation levels were also up 291.2 mm from the average of 727.3 mm, ranking fifth in history since...

American democracy concerns rise as Speaker McCarthy ousted

American democracy concerns rise as Speaker McCarthy ousted

Everlyn Chong, Reporter | Oct 17, 2023

“The office of speaker of the house of the United States House of Representatives is hereby declared vacant,” the presiding officer announced on Oct. 3. This was the first time in history that the...

Source: SBS News

Vehicles go out of control

Andrew Shin, Reporter | Oct 13, 2023

Despite 766 cases of suspected unintended acceleration of vehicles according to the Korea Transportation Safety Authority, there was not one court case where unintended acceleration was recognized as the...

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Ruby Franke arrested for child abuse

Hannah Yi, Copy Editor | Sep 27, 2023

On Aug. 30, family vlogger Ruby Franke, who ran the popular YouTube channel “8 Passengers,” was arrested on aggravated child abuse charges after her 12-year-old son climbed out of a window and pleaded...

Source: Reuters

Rupert Murdoch steps down from Fox

Eric Hyunseung Cho, Reporter | Sep 26, 2023

On Sep 21, Rupert Murdoch announced that he would step down as chairman of Fox Corporation and Executive Chairman of News Corp. Murdoch informed his colleagues through a letter, noting that he was in good...

Flooding in Derna due to collapse of two dams

Dam collapse in Libya kills thousands

Taerin Kim, Reporter | Sep 22, 2023

On Sept. 11, the unprecedented bursts of two dams in Libya led floodwater to overflow Derna and resulted in the catastrophic destruction of the city.  Libya had been dealing with the aftermath of Storm...

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Teachers protest unfair treatment

Andrew Shin, Reporter | Sep 22, 2023

An estimated 10,000 teachers in black outfits gathered in front of the National Assembly to participate in the protest on Sept. 4, otherwise known as “The day public education stops” to commemorate...

Morocco earthquake devastates thousands

Morocco earthquake devastates thousands

Taerin Kim, Reporter | Sep 18, 2023

On Sept. 8, a magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck Morocco at night, killing more than 2,900 people. Morocco has been dealing with the aftermath of the deadly earthquake that took the lives of thousands...

Indian citizens watch LVM-3, the rocket with Chandrayaan-3, launch.

India successfully lands on the moon

Eric Hyunseung Cho, Reporter | Sep 8, 2023

On Aug. 19, Luna 25, a Russian spacecraft intended to land on the moon’s south pole, crashed into the moon. According to Yury Borisov, there was a problem with the spacecraft’s engines as the engines...

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Super blue moon sparks academic hope

Jiah Hwang, Reporter | Sep 8, 2023

The last full moon of the month, titled the “rare super blue moon,” dazzled spectators worldwide on Aug. 30. Contrary to popular belief, the blue moon did not have even the slightest tinge of blue....

Fires devastate Maui

Fires devastate Maui

Jiyu Hong, Reporter | Sep 6, 2023

On Aug. 8, fires devastated the island of Maui, one of the Hawaiian island chains. The flames scorched up to 5.7 square miles of land. It also claimed the lives of over a hundred people while displacing...

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