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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...

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India successfully lands on the moon

Eric Hyunseung Cho, Copy Editor | 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...

South Korea, Saemangeum 2023 World Scout Jamboree campsite

South Korea uses K-pop concert as compensation for scout jamboree failures

Christie Hwang, Copy Editor | Sep 6, 2023

On Aug. 1, around 43,000 participants from 158 different countries gathered for the 12-day 25th World Scout Jamboree in Saemangeum, South Korea. The 12-day event gained international attention as South...

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Japan releases treated nuclear wastewater, unlikely to pose health risks

Andrew Shin, Reporter | Sep 6, 2023

Starting on Aug. 24, workers from the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) began releasing treated water stored at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station (FDNPS), destroyed by the Great East Japan...

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Montana bans TikTok

Andrew Shin, Reporter | May 29, 2023

On May 17, Montana governor Greg Gianforte signed the bill SB419 that would ban TikTok from operating in Montana and fine any mobile application stores that allow Montana residents to download TikTok beginning...

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DeSantis announces presidential bid on Twitter

Brandon Choi, Executive Copy Editor | May 29, 2023

On May 24, Republican Florida governor Ron DeSantis launched his 2024 presidential bid on the audio platform Twitter Spaces. While a series of technical difficulties delayed it by 25 minutes, the online...

Companies roll out features for accessibility.

Companies celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day, roll out new features

Andrew Shin, Reporter | May 27, 2023

Corporations worldwide rolled out new technological features and events on May 18 in celebration of the twelfth Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). Hosted by the GAAD foundation, GAAD aims to “disrupt...

Kim Nam-kuk walking to his office. Source: Korea JoongAng Daily

Kim Nam-kuk leaves party over alleged cryptocurrency dealings

Joseph Chun, Design & Production Editor | May 25, 2023

On May 14, Kim Nam-kuk announced his departure from the Democratic Party (DP) following a series of controversies surrounding his alleged involvement in cryptocurrency investments.  The decision stemmed...

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Tucker Carlson out at Fox

Andrew Shin, Reporter | Apr 28, 2023

Fox News announced the departure of Tucker Carlson, host of “Tucker Carlson Today,” on its network on April 24 in a press release. Fox stated Carlson and Fox parted ways on agreement. Leading up...