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Colors That Won’t Change In Different Light

May 19, 2017 5:48pm | Camryn Cole

Researchers at The University of Akron created a team that made a structural-colored material that shows a consistent color from any viewing direction. This idea was inspired by the hair of blue tarantulas. This new finding now goes against the knowledge that long-range structures are […]

Did the Browns win the NFL Draft?

May 19, 2017 5:28pm | Matt Hammad

Every year in the NFL draft the people claim a winner of the draft that is unofficial and really pretty biased from the fans. This year many NFL fans from around the country claimed that the Cleveland Browns were the winner of the draft with […]

Instagram Is the Worst Social Media for Young People’s Health

May 19, 2017 5:08pm | caitlin Pakosz

According to researchers at UCLA’S Brain Mapping Center have found that when teens post pictures and get lost of likes, the brain responds in the way similar to seeing loved ones and winning money. Instagram is the app that creates this the most for teens followed […]

Ex-husband murders wife in Lakewood

May 19, 2017 12:40pm | Tru Smith

Roaa Al-Dhannoon, a woman in Lakewood feared her ex-husband, Fahad Mohammad Saeed. Then, in October, she went missing. She has been missing for months, and her death was already suspected of foul-play even before her body was found. “The investigators and our office are of […]

Lakewood Woman Found Dead

May 19, 2017 12:36pm | Kelsey Shea

Police have been searching for a woman who has been missing from Lakewood, Ohio since October of 2017. Roaa Al- Dhannoon who was 24 years old, was last seen at her apartment on Edgewater Drive in Lakewood on October 16,2017. It concerned many of her family members […]

The ‘Kissing Bug’ Disease

May 19, 2017 12:34pm | Nina Zanghi

The Kissing Bug, which spreads the Chagas disease, is located in Central and South America, it can even be found in 25 of the 50 states of the United States. Chagas disease is considered mild and even asymptomatic, where a person doesn’t even show signs of symptoms, […]

Self-Driving Trucks

May 19, 2017 12:33pm | Nina Zanghi

The idea of self-driving cars has been around for a couple of years, but now the idea of self-driving trucks, or tractor-trailers is the big thing. All different truck companies have been testing their self-driving trucks, although there are still technical problems that have not […]

Club Identity’s End of the Year Meeting

May 18, 2017 12:19pm | Anna Kotansky

On Tuesday, May 23rd Club Identity will be hosting their final meeting of the year. The meeting will be an ice cream social and we will discus this past year, the Pride Parade, and next years club. This pass year our club has hosted a […]

Eastern Conference Finals: Cavaliers Vs. Celtics

May 17, 2017 4:41pm | Joseph Dorko

Sunday (May 7th) the Cavaliers successfully swept the Toronto Raptors (just like I predicted) and had 9 days to get ready for their next opponent in the conference finals, the Boston Celtics. The Celtics went to game 7 against the Washington Wizards, after PG John […]

Braid Extensions: Yes or No?

May 17, 2017 1:07pm | Kelsey Saxton

Deanna and Aaron Cook, two white parents of five black children, raised them to have “thick skin” and ignore others’ comments, but when two of the kids, Deanna and Mya , both age 15, wanted to have their hair professionally braided after learning more about […]