Summer is quickly coming to an end, meaning the school year is right around the corner. Going back to college for some is an upsetting time, leaving your parents and home again, and obviously no more tanning at the beach. For others, the thought of
Happy Eclipse Day! Today, starting at around 12:05 PM EDT in Oregon, a solar eclipse will be visible in the continental United States for the first time since Feb. 24, 1979. This particular eclipse, however, is the first total eclipse that will be visible from the coast to
Several hundred white supremacists gathered for what they called a “Unite the Right” rally, which preached against different races as well as sexual orientations. The march took place on the campus of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, on Aug. 11 due to UVA’s planned removal of a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee.
Aug. 7 is known for being the birthday of the Kennedy’s son, the day Barry Bonds hit his 756th home run, and the 58th anniversary of the launch of the first spaceship sent into space to photograph the Earth. But this year, the day
In musical theater, one irrefutable voice soars out from the pack. With a range that soared from the highest C, and dipped to the lowest of expression and emotion, the voice has filled the largest of theaters to the most intimate of cabaret and concert
Jon Jones reclaimed the UFC light heavyweight championship at last night’s UFC 214 event in Anaheim, California, this past Saturday after scoring a third-round TKO victory over Daniel Cormier in the evening’s main event. Jones beat his rival Cormier at UFC 182 two and a half years