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Karalyn Brown
October 26, 2020

Note:(this story reflects the views of Karalyn Brown only as this is her personal story) We always hear about how important it is to be yourself ,to speak your truth and be honest with how you think and feel but honestly that is hard to do especially  as a teenager  it is difficult to open up and have the confidence to just be you when the world can be hateful especially with the presence of social media with us at all times.   Through therapy sessions from the ages of 15-17 I have...

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Young Nigerian-Irish Trio Designs a Prize-Winning App to Help Those With Dementia

Kelsey Byrd, Staff writer
October 21, 2020

(Photo credit to NPR)   These girls are going places! Three young teenagers have been making headlines for their recent innovation- an app called ‘Memory Haven’ designed to aid those suffering from dementia during a seemingly endless lockdown. The app, which has earned recognition among respectable technology competitions, has already been hailed as a glimmer of light and reliability...

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Karalyn Brown
October 20, 2020

 The town of Frisco, Texas has a reason to be proud today. Indian-American teen Anike Chebrolu, 14, just won a national middle school scientist competition called the 3M Young Scientist Challenge by discovering a molecule that could potentially lead to life-saving COVID-19 treatment. The molecule is said to be able to bind to a certain protein of the Coronavirus and prevent it from developing.Never stop asking questions. Anike Chebrolu She decided to take part in the challenge after she...

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Nobel Prize Winner Finds Out He Won in a Hilarious Fashion

Kelsey Byrd, Staff writer
October 19, 2020

(Photo credit to nobelprize.org) It’s a universal human sentiment- nobody wants to be woken up from a good night's sleep. However most people would be quick to gain consciousness if it meant learning they had just been awarded the Nobel Prize for their deeply influential economics theory. The same could not be said for Paul Milgrom, who had to be woken up by his neighbor and fellow prize winner...

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Karalyn Brown
October 26, 2020

Note:(this story reflects the views of Karalyn Brown only as this is her personal story) We always hear about how important it is to be yourself ,to speak your truth and be honest with how you think and feel but honestly that is hard to do especially  as a teenager  it is difficult to open up and have the confidence to just be you when the world can be hateful especially with the presence of social media with us at all times.   Through therapy sessions from the...

Final Presidential Debate Sees Resemblance of Normalcy

Kelsey Byrd, Staff writer
October 23, 2020

(Note: This article is categorized as an Op-Ed. As such, all opinions are that of staff writer Kelsey Byrd’s, and do not reflect the ideas or thoughts of Memorial High School nor the MHS Journalism staff team as a whole.) The second and final presidential debate occurred on Thursday and, all things considered, it was at least a reflection of normal compared to the bizarre catastrophes...

Karalyn Brown
October 20, 2020

 The town of Frisco, Texas has a reason to be proud today. Indian-American teen Anike Chebrolu, 14, just won a national middle school scientist competition called the 3M Young Scientist Challenge by discovering a molecule that could potentially lead to life-saving COVID-19 treatment. The molecule is said to be able to bind to a certain protein of the Coronavirus and prevent it from developing.Never stop asking questions. Anike Chebrolu She decided to take part in the...

Karalyn Brown
October 14, 2020

Changes to Frisco ISD’s definition of a close contact could lessen the number of students that need to quarantine in the event of an individual testing positive for COVID-19, according to district officials. Beginning Oct. 14, FISD has revised its definition of close contact to align with the most recent guidance from the Texas Education Agency, said Daniel Stockton, the district executive director of government and legal affairs, at an Oct. 13 meeting. Several area school...

The Looming Threat for Same-Sex Marriage

Kelsey Byrd, Staff writer
October 8, 2020

(Note: This article is categorized as an Op-Ed. As such, all opinions are that of staff writer Kelsey Byrd’s, and do not reflect the ideas or thoughts of Memorial High School nor the MHS Journalism staff team as a whole.)   “But it is quite another when the court forces that choice upon society through its atextual constitutional rights and its ungenerous interpretation...

Karalyn Brown
October 7, 2020

  With winds of 105 mph, Hurricane Delta made landfall on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula on Wednesday morning and is expected to move north toward the US Gulf Coast over the coming days. Delta,  a category 2 storm, made landfall roughly halfway between the resort towns of Cancun and Playa del Carmen in Puerto Morelos, according to the US National Hurricane Center. The hurricane was expected to bring a dangerous storm surge of 8 to 12 feet to the Yucatan coast. The...

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