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Gloria Xiang (24) details her curriculum collaboration in her yearbook class where she taught the staff about Asian American representation in digital and print journalism.

Hear our stories: Asian American Heritage Concert

Peggy Chen, News Editor May 24, 2024

Delicate vibratos and bassy hums filled the Green Hope auditorium on the evening of May 21, creating a symphony of melodic tunes that highlight a diversity of Asian American artists and their repertoire....

Euphoria reached number one on the US Spotify charts and number one on the US Apple Music and global music charts during the week of its debut. It debuted at number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Photo used with permission from Karsten Winegeart via Unsplash.

Beef among rappers: Drake and Kendrick Lamar

Tanner Kannan, Staff Writer May 15, 2024

The ongoing feud between two of the biggest names in hip-hop, Kendrick Lamar and Drake, captured the attention of fans and the music industry alike. The beef between these two artists escalated rapidly...

TikTok will be forced to sell their company to an American company or face a ban across the United States.

Time is up for TikTok

Leo McDunn, Staff Writer May 8, 2024

President Joe Biden signed a bill into law on April 24, 2024, that would mandate the Chinese-owned TikTok to sell to an American company within a year or face an outright ban across the United States.  ByteDance,...

Many viruses begin from hackers who want to profit from others harm. Photo used with permission from Kevin Ku via Unsplash.

Online infections: A different type of virus

Tri Do, Staff Writer April 26, 2024

Viruses are a continuity in Earth’s existence – from the start of life, they have evolved alongside humans and animals. As humans attempt to create solutions to the issue, viruses are constantly adapting...

Houses in certain areas demands are high while supplies are low, while poverty areas have high inventory and low demand. Photo used with permission from 
Breno Assis via Unsplash.

Cary’s housing crisis

Jason Huang, Staff Writer April 25, 2024

Housing mortgages and homeownership costs have skyrocketed throughout the years, leading to higher consumer demand and low supply. The housing crisis affects individuals, families and communities, particularly...

Many families struggle to pay for necessities like groceries -- in fact, 13% of American households are food insecure, according to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

A growing epidemic of shrinking portions

Mason Cline, Staff Writer April 25, 2024

Many taxpayers are aware of inflation, which consistently polls as one of Americans’ top priorities during the election season, but they leave out a key component when considering issues that need acknowledgment....

Invasive species in North Carolina aren’t limited to kudzu – the North Carolina Museum of Art’s invasive species management program observed an increase in the spread of blackberries and the English Ivy in past years. Photos used with permission from Justin Wilkens via Unsplash.

North Carolina’s invasive species problem

Peggy Chen, News Editor April 24, 2024

For some North Carolinians, a blackberry bush or an oriental bittersweet is a welcome addition to a front yard – however, invasive species like these are disrupting natural ecosystems across the state.  Invasive...

April 15 through 19 is Work Zone Awareness Week and is intended to educate people regarding construction worker deaths, particularly from driving accidents.

Slowing down, saving lives

Alan Shr and Peggy Chen April 19, 2024

Careless driving puts more than a driver at risk; it endangers the lives of those around the vehicle including pedestrians and workers on the sides of roads.  A hit-and-run killed Michelle Renee Von...

An infinity symbol represents the idea that autism is a complex spectrum that includes individuals with a wide range of abilities.

Autism Awareness month: Fighting for visibility and acceptance

Leo McDunn, Staff Writer April 18, 2024

Despite advances in equity and inclusion, people with autism continue to fight for equal treatment in larger society – during Autism Awareness Month and beyond.  A student at Green Hope whose name...

Japan is North Carolina’s top foreign investor, creating approximately 30,000 jobs in the state.

North Carolina and Japan ties grow after prime minister visit

Y-Nhu Do, Student Life Editor April 16, 2024

On April 11, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper greeted Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and his wife, Yuko Kishida at the Raleigh-Durham International Airport, marking the first visit by a head of...

Passengers of Alaskan Airlines flight 1282 received a note on Mar. 22 from the FBI notifying them that they could have potentially been the victims of a crime.

Boeing faces turbulent times

Miguel Carrasco Gomez, Staff Writer April 12, 2024

After multiple emergency landings and system malfunctions, 2024 is off to a rocky start for aerospace manufacturer Boeing. The aviation giant lost $46 billion in the past four months due to safety issues...

A viewer watches the solar eclipse through her ISO-certified eclipse glasses. These special glasses can be purchased from various stores or disseminated at events.

Chasing shadows: A guide to the 2024 solar eclipse

Peggy Chen, News Editor April 8, 2024

In the span of several minutes, the orbital patterns of the sun and moon will align perfectly so that from Earth, the sun is completely blocked by the moon. The sky will darken, and in the sky, a glowing...

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