By Allie Baddley
Did you ever think a child’s passion for a television show would result in a life-or-death situation? If not, think again because on Jan. 23, 2014, 10-year-old Michael Morones attempted to take his life after enduring constant bullying from his classmates. Continue reading “Brony Child Bullied, Attempts Suicide”
By Emily Currie
There will be a changing of the guards at Greensboro’s Interactive Resource Center on June 30, when Liz Seymour, cofounder and executive director, steps down. Continue reading “Liz Seymour Leaves IRC”
By Jake Delahanty
“ISN’T IT AMAZING WHAT (blank) HAS MADE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” read a test question created by Rita Roark.
According to Roark, a teacher at a Louisiana Sabine Parish public school, the correct answer to this test question is “Lord.” Continue reading “Buddhist Student Publicly Shamed, School Faces Lawsuit”
By Connor Wilson
“Do you know who planned 9/11?” asked the federal agents interrogating Nicholas George. “Do you know what language he spoke? Do you see why these cards are suspicious?” Continue reading “TSA Harasses Student, Gets Away With It”
By Nicole Zelniker
My jaw dropped when the Fullerton, California jury trying Manuel Ramos and Jay Cicinelli for the murder of Kelly Thomas announced their verdict: not guilty. Continue reading “Criminal Police Freed”
By Aditya Garg
As the Sochi Olympics draw closer, controversy over the recent restrictions on the rights of LGBT individuals in Russia has enraged much of the world. In June 2013, Russia passed a law banning the promotion of “non-traditional” sexuality to minors — a measure widely seen as forbidding public expression of gay-rights sentiment.
Continue reading “Sochi Olympics Draw LGBT Criticism”