Week in Review- February 14th

Explosion at Power Station Causes Blackout to Parts of Puerto Rico— An explosion and fire at a power station in Puerto Rico caused blackouts on Feb. 11, sending parts of San Juan, Trujillo Alto, Guaynabo, Caguas, Carolina and Juncos into darkness. San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz confirmed that no injuries were sustained during the […]

SU Student Grapples with Threat of Losing DACA Protections

“I’ve been in line [to get my citizenship] since I was seven. I was raised here, I was enculturated here, and I’m not asking for any free handouts now,” David Morales-Rosales said as he discussed the current state of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. “If the opportunity came and they said, ‘hey, tomorrow […]

Recognizing Mental Health Issues in Student Athletes

Tyler Hilinski, sophomore quarterback for the Washington State Cougars, was found dead by police from an apparent suicide. His shocking death is a tragedy for college athletic programs throughout the country, in regards to the mental health of athletes. After interviewing Hilinski’s family members to gain insight, police were unable to come any closer to […]

Ready, Set, Amazon Go!

From the outside it looks like any new store, nestled near the Amazon headquarters downtown. However, as any enthusiastic Amazon Go store employee will tell you, this is not your average shopping experience. It’s done with an app, a bunch of surveillance and tech-savvy e ciency to ensure there are no lines. The Amazon Go […]

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