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Caterpillars may provide answer to pollution

March 8, 2020 Ian Krietzberg 0

Plastic waste, the crux of the ever-increasing threat of global pollution, is growing at rapid rates, according to National Geographic. Since the ‘50s, the world has produced more than 8 billion metric tons of plastic — and of that, only nine percent has been recycled. If trends continue, landfills could contain approximately 12 billion metric tons of plastic waste by 2050. But this is an issue that a little caterpillar might be able to solve. […]

New Jersey raises threat level of white supremacists

February 24, 2020 Ian Krietzberg 0

New Jersey released its annual Terrorism Threat Assessment report on Friday, Feb. 21, in which the state government raised the threat level from white supremacist extremists to “high,” which now puts the perceived threat from white supremacists as more extreme than that from either Al Quaeda or Isis, according to CNN. […]

Protests over pipeline disrupt Canada

February 18, 2020 Ian Krietzberg 0

Facing the construction of a natural gas pipeline in British Columbia, members of indigenous groups and their allies have begun blockading Canadian railways to prevent construction, resulting in the suspension of passenger and commercial rails across much of the country, according to CNN. […]

Two Dead In Houston Explosion

January 27, 2020 Ian Krietzberg 0

An explosion in an industrial building shook the city of Houston in the early hours of Friday morning, killing two workers and severely damaging more than 200 homes and businesses in a shockwave that stretched nearly 14 miles from its point of inception, according to the Houston Chronicle. […]

SFB tables events pending investigation

December 2, 2019 Ian Krietzberg 0

The Student Finance Board began its Nov. 20 meeting in the Brower Student Center Room 104 as usual. However, the board ended up tabling all events pending an in-depth review of their finances and actions in relation to its constitution. […]

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