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Organized crime dominated New York City in the ‘70s and ‘80s, and the FBI felt helpless against it. The Netflix documentary, Fear City: New York vs The Mafia, describes the five Mafia families controlling New York behind the scenes, and the sneaky tactics that kept them under the radar for so long. Despite tribulations, this exposé unravels how federal agents finally defeated organized crime in the late ‘80s.

The Mafia diet: feeding on fear

Hannah Cuthbertson, Entertainment Editor
August 26, 2021
Throughout 2021, extreme weather around the world intensified, and since the 1980s, climate-related extremes have increased by 83%. Despite the severity of global warming, humans can mediate the effects by acting quickly. A huge step requires reducing the use of fossil fuels and the burning of greenhouse gasses. In support of this issue, President Joe Biden recently re-entered the Paris Agreement and proposed his environmental plan at the Leaders Summit on Climate. NC students can also support our planet by remaining educated on global warming.

Climate change: heating toward harm

Hannah Cuthbertson, Entertainment Editor
August 25, 2021
Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, pictured above at the age of 83, just four years before her passing on September 18, 2020, fought to end gender discrimination. Her work positively impacted the lives of everyone she met. Her kind spirit always beamed bright in and out of the courtroom, and her passion inspired many women alike and different.

The Notorious RBG

Hannah Cuthbertson, Reporter
October 11, 2020
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