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This Day In History: March 4th

Janae Li, Editor March 4, 2021

On this day in history in 1933, Franklin D. Roosevelt took office as America’s 32nd president.  Roosevelt served as president for twelve years, as he ran for a third term due to concerns of the threat...

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This Day in History-November 13

Gabriella Rodriguez, Editor November 13, 2020

On November 13, 1927, The Holland Tunnel in New York to the public. The Holland Tunnel allows cars to pass between Lower Matthen and New Jersey under the Hudson River.  

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This Day in History-November 10

Gabriella Rodriguez, Editor November 10, 2020

On November 10th,1493,Antigua was discovered by Christopher Columbus during his second expedition.  

This Day in History-October 30

This Day in History-October 30

Gabriella Rodriguez, Editor October 30, 2020

On this day, we know it as Mischief Night. The mischievous day before Halloween. It is where all the children and teenagers play pranks on each other and overall create chaos at any chance they get.  Mischief...

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This Day in History: October 28th

Harnit Kaur, Editor October 28, 2020

  On October 28th, 1886, The Statue of Liberty, a gift from France celebrating the alliance between France and America, was fully constructed on Liberty Island. The statue was designed by Frédéric...

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This Day in History-October 28

Gabriella Rodriguez, Editor October 28, 2020

On October 28,2007,  Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner became the first woman to be elected president in Argentina.

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This Day In History

Gabriella Rodriguez, Editor October 28, 2020

On October,26,1905 Norway signed a treaty of separation with Sweden. Norway declared Prince Charles of Denmark as the new king. He became the king of Haakon VII.

This Day In History: May 4

This Day In History: May 4

Gabriella Rodriguez, Spring Author May 4, 2020

On May 4th, 1979,Margaret Thatcher became the first woman to be elected to become Prime Minister of The United Kingdom.

This Day In History: April 24

Matthew Vacirca, Spring Author April 29, 2020

On April 24, 1833 a patent was granted for the first ever soda fountain. The device took ordinary drugstore beverages and added fizzy to it.

This Day in History: April 20

April 20, 2020

On April 20th, 2008, Danica Patrick driving for  Andretti Green Racing at Twin Ring Motegi became the first female driver to win an IndyCar Series race.

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This Day in History: January 28

Estefani Gonzalez, Fall Editor January 28, 2020

On January 28, 1956 Elvis Presley made his first ever television appearance on the musical variety program singing “Heartbreak Hotel”. Elvis Presley is often referred as the “King of Rock and Roll”...

This Day in History: Auschwitz was liberated

Lila Ulmer, Fall Author January 27, 2020

On January 27th, 1945, Auschwitz was liberated. Soviet soldiers went to Auschwitz, Poland, and freed the survivors of concentration camps. They tortured the prisoners, and killed them in various ways....

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