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Apple’s aren’t just for lunch

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Written by: Nathan Ecarma, editor-in-chief  Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, announced at an education event in Chicago the company’s newest initiative to get their iPad into schools. His announcement is nothing new, only Apple’s latest attempt to meet the growing demand of technology usage in the classroom. Several years ago, Apple tried to meet the Read More

Proper taxation: To tax or not to tax

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Written by: Joshua Robe, staff writer Congress passed the most sweeping revision of the U.S. tax code in decades during the early morning hours of December 20, 2017. The response was swift and impassioned. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY), Senate Minority Leader, categorically condemned it, while President Donald Trump called it “HISTORIC TAX RELIEF for the Read More

Canadian rapper Drake goes a long way to help Miami community

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Written by: Tanner White, staff writer What do many people think “God’s Plan” is? According to Drake, known to the world as one of the top artists in the music industry, who recently released the music video for his hit single “God’s Plan,” it is to give back to struggling communities. In the “God’s Plan” Read More

Break for Change: Students invest in mission work

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Written by: Samantha Burgess, assistant editor Break for Change offers students a chance to go on a short term trip over spring break, allowing them to sacrificially invest in Christian missions work. The trips will be to Costa Rica, Houston, Haiti, Detroit, Opelousas and San Diego. The Costa Rica trip, led by Alyssa Valentine and Read More