Bringing Thanksgiving Back

Thanksgiving is an important holiday that not only brings families together, but also reminds families of our history as a nation. Unfortunately, people all over the country seem to have forgotten about Thanksgiving,and they are skipping right to Christmas and the holiday season. The day after Halloween ended, people […]

Bond Movie 24 Spectre

The 24th Bond movie Spectre was recently released on November 6th in the US. In Spectre, James Bond finds a cryptic message from his past and leads on a hunt to uncover an evil, ominous organization. The movie made $70 million on opening weekend. Not as much as […]

Stossel in the Classroom

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Tragedy in Paris

On Friday, multiple organized attacks took place in Paris, France leaving 129 civilians dead. Terrorists, supposedly part of ISIS, attacked 5 locations including crowded restaurants, a concert venue, and outside the Stade de France where a soccer friendly was taking place. Countries are showing their support by offering […]

Wegmans

Wegmans opened on Sunday, November 8, 2015 and it was absolutely packed. I went on the opening day and even though it was crowded, everything ran smoothly. When I walked in, I first noticed a huge section devoted to Asian cuisine. There was a Chinese “bar” with take-out […]

Raising Smiles Project

In my project, this is all about the prevention of bullying as it is seen all around. Around us, the world, and most importantly the Internet are places where bullying occurs. The Internet is one of the most common bullying tools that many teens use, which is called […]