2018 Winter Olympics

The Winter Olympics have given the world chills with their jaw-dropping events and rigorous competition since 1924 in Chamonix, France. Now even more competitive, the 23rd Winter Olympics will be hosted in Pyeongchang, South Korea February 9-25, 2018. There will be thousands of athletes competing from roughly 92 countries in 102 events, such as bobsledding,…

Weekend of Women

“Respect my existence or expect my resistance,” chanted millions of women taking part in the Weekend of Women, which commenced on January 20. Over five million women and men from all over world, with 2.5 million people from the U.S., took part in the Weekend of Women, a women’s march for “Power to the Polls.”…

Trailer: The Last Jedi

Last Monday night’s football game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Chicago Bears was more than just a football game; the world premier trailer for the new Star Wars film, “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” aired. Stormtroopers marched onto to field during halftime in a cloud of smoke. The trailer of the new flick was…

Experiencing Totality

Amazing isn’t it? Just one swath from a shadow brought Americans together and changed their lives forever. Total eclipses happen regularly, but what makes them so rare is that they rarely occur in specific areas. The last total eclipse in Dallas happened in 1623! Total solar eclipses occur when the New Moon comes between the…

Syrian Crisis Gains Heat

Fifty-nine U.S. tomahawk cruise missiles struck a Syrian airbase on April 6, 2017 in reaction to a chemical warfare attack carried out by Syria’s current leader, Assad, on a civilian village on April 5, 2017. The airbase housed the planes that dropped the chemical agents. Assad’s chemical warfare attack killed 72 and injured more including…

Destruction from Fort Worth Construction

Leaving your house at the crack of dawn. Pushing the speed limit to the max just to beat the morning rush hour traffic. Loud hammering, detour routes and narrow lanes. No matter where you live, there will be traffic. In Dallas, Miami, Seattle, anywhere. But, with each passing day, Fort Worth is gaining a reputation…

Is the TSA in its corruption heyday?

Anyone who’s been to the airport a few times has seen it all, from random selection drug tests, to a disabled person having to get an extra patdown to make sure there’s nothing besides their wheelchair setting the metal detector off. The Transportation Security Administration, better known as the TSA, has authority over the security…

7-year-old Syrian girl’s twitter is deleted

Imagine you are seven years old; every morning you wake up to news of more dead friends and relatives. You hear bombs exploding only a few miles away every single day. You watch your neighborhood crash and burn. You might even watch someone get murdered right in front of you. This might not sound like…

Results are in!

The results of the All Saints’ Episcopal School Mock Presidential Election are in! Out of our entire student body of 1, 050 students, 865 votes were placed representing 82%. Votes by Division and Presidential Candidate are as follows: Early Childhood 106 Total Votes – 39% Hillary Clinton, 61% Donald Trump Lower School 362 Total Votes…

Saints 18 and ready to vote

This presidential election season is one of the most controversial in history. As a result, a record-setting 132 million Americans are expected to vote on November 8. Included in that number will be approximately 33 students at All Saints’ who will hit the magical voting age of 18 prior to the election. As they and…