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CRLS Students Speak Out About Protests in Boston

CRLS Students Speak Out About Protests in Boston

June 17, 2020

On Sunday, May 31st, many students from CRLS attended a protest in Boston in response to the killing of George Floyd. For most of the protest, things wer...

How Do We Quarantine Congress?

How Do We Quarantine Congress?

May 29, 2020

The people of America may be quarantining relentlessly, but what has Congress been doing? How is Congress convening during a pandemic without risking the ...

Kim Jong Un - Dead or Alive?

Kim Jong Un – Dead or Alive?

May 28, 2020

What happened to Kim Jong-un, the infamous North Korean dictator? Where was he? Did he die? Was it a botched surgery? Did he contract COVID-19? These were all questions people around the world were asking as the possibility of the death of an unpredictable, reckless, nuclear-wielding dictator filled the news. Nobody knew anything for sure, and many of the credible news outlets were making wild claims based on unreliable sources. And so, the world waited. Then, on May 4th, the North Korean government sent out a picture of a smiling Kim opening a fertilizer company. He didn’t look the least bit dead, although it is difficult to find any reliable information about the dictator at all. The fertilizer plant image could very well mean that all of the reporting was nothing more than a farrago of misinterpretation, non-information, half speculation, and outright guessing. As the Washington Post put it, it was “an international game of telephone.”

US Killing of Iranian General Soleimani Fuels Tensions

US Killing of Iranian General Soleimani Fuels Tensions

February 4, 2020

Relations between the US and Iran, long tense and complicated, escalated this past month. On January 3rd, an American drone killed Iranian Major General Qa...

The current death toll of the Australian bushfires is over 30 people.

Australian Bushfires Escalate

February 4, 2020

As vast as this situation is, it is partly due to humans.

“Trump Feeds the Fire”

CRLS Reacts as Impeachment Inquiry Intensifies

December 3, 2019

[Trump] should be impeached for what he did, but I don’t know if he will be.

Elizabeth Warren has based her presidential campaign, in part, off of how she campaigned for Senate in Massachusetts and from the support of local volunteers.

Massachusetts: Warren’s Training Ground

November 7, 2019

Elizabeth Warren, one of the current Democratic candidates for president, is, among other things, a Cambridge resident of nearly two and a half de...

In the past two years, the Supreme Court has gained two more conservative justices.

Supreme Court’s Next Term Influential for LGBTQ Community

November 7, 2019

The United States Supreme Court’s annual term begins this month. Their first case revolves around the question of whether companies have the right to fire people based on their sexual orientation.

This Month in Science

Mohammed Shafim, Contributing Writer

March 29, 2019

An observational study conducted by the Statens Serum Institut in Denmark kept track of 657,461 children that were given the measle, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine for eleven years (1999-2010) and found that less than 1% of children were diagnosed with autism.

An estimated 1.5 million students went on strike globally on March 15th, 2019 to protest inaction on climate change.

CRLS Joins in on Global Protest

March 29, 2019

On Friday, March 15th, 2019, students all over the world left school midday and gathered in throngs at state buildings and other public spaces. This global action was intended to make a statement to world leaders who continually turn a blind eye to the increasingly pressing climate issues the world is facing.

Who Is Beto O’Rourke?

History Club

January 31, 2019

Robert, or Beto, O’Rourke, was born in El Paso, Texas in 1972, where he resides today with his wife and three children. He graduated from Columbia University in 1993, where he was captain of the mens heavyweight crew team. After graduation, O’Rourke was a guitarist for a rock band and was once arrested for burglary and DUI charges, but went on to found a successful Internet service company in El Paso in 1999. He eventually ventured into politics when he was elected to El Paso’s City Council, serving from 2005-2011.

City Remembers Victims of Shooting

City Remembers Victims of Shooting

December 13, 2018

An estimated 400 Cambridge residents gathered outside City Hall on  the night of Tuesday, October 30th to remember the eleven people lost in a brutal mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh on October 26th.

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