May 28th – July 1st

Happy last week of May, and official start of summer! If you’re wishy-washy about your summer plans don’t worry, you’re not alone! Even our POTUS is having a little trouble following through with his summer plans. Remember the historical lunch date between Trump and Kim Jong Un scheduled for June 12th? Well, Trump got cold feet and called it off last week. No worries though, … Continue reading May 28th – July 1st

April 20th – April 27th

Happy last week of April! Here’s some good news to start your week off. The long-nosed bat is no longer on the endangered species list and is apparently thriving. For years, both Americans and Mexicans have threatened this species’ food source (Agave) in the name of their own interest (tequila, trendy sugar substitute, vegans). National Geographic explorer Rodrigo Medellín replenished this food source, by making … Continue reading April 20th – April 27th

April 16th – April 22nd

Welcome back! Unfortunately, nothing too uplifting happened over the weekend so we’re starting off with some dispiriting stuff. Former first lady, Barbara Bush, has been and continues to be in failing health, however on Sunday it was released that she is no longer seeking treatment. The 92-year-old beloved mother of former president, George W. Bush, and first lady to former president, George H. W. Bush, … Continue reading April 16th – April 22nd

April 2nd – April 6th

Happy April! Change is in the air as we look at Kentucky and Oklahoma following in West Virginia’s footsteps in regards to pushing for better compensation for their educators. On Monday, thousands of teachers walked out of both Kentucky and Oklahoma public schools and marched straight to each of their state capitols to demand a pay raise. Every public school in Kentucky, and many public … Continue reading April 2nd – April 6th

March 26th – April 1st

Welcome back! Touching a bit on last week’s “week in review,” the March For Our Lives had a historical turnout. More than 200,000 individuals showed their support in Washington D.C.’s live rally and there were more than 800 rallies globally. What’s next? The midterm elections. Approximately 4,000 March For Our Lives organizers registered to vote and they’ve got demands. They’re calling for things like a … Continue reading March 26th – April 1st

March 19th – March 25th

Starting the week off with (surprise!) yet another Trump-related story. He’s managed to upset not only the entire blue party, but some states, and even individuals from his own administration, and now social media is taking a whack at his administration. Facebook has suspended Cambridge Analytica, a data analytic firm that the Trump campaign used, after it obtained the information of hundreds of thousands users’ … Continue reading March 19th – March 25th