There are plenty of other artists to discover beyond some of the more famous names dominating the K-Pop landscape. From upbeat bops to tracks inspired by R&B, there’s something for everyone. Check out this beginner’s guide to K-Pop and delve into songs that’ll make it easy for newbies to fall in love with South Korean music.
For the first time in mock trial history, the St. Mary's teams competed against their top competitor: each other. The two teams went head-to-head to win both first and second in the Regional Championship, both qualifiying for state competition in March.
In the past ten years, the iPhone has benefited many people across the world. But, did you know that could actually be harming you? Yes, our beloved devices might be causing our demise. Find out how here.
This weekend, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is hosting their annual “Marathon Weekend,” which includes a 5K, 10K, half marathon, and full marathon. For the second year, St. Mary’s is partnering with the hospital and has an official team for the race. The partnership between St. Mary’s and St. Jude allows our school to support the hospital as they research, treat, and work to defeat childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Find out more about the weekend and the partnership.
The long-standing mystery of the Bermuda Triangle may have been solved! Scientists believe that this notorious area might just be haunted with unusual weather patterns. Find out here how St. Mary's Environmental Science students respond to the topic.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) now considers Pepe the frog, a popular Internet meme, a hate symbol. Pepe now joins a list of other hate symbols such as the burning cross, the swastika, and the Ku Klux Klan robes.
On Friday, October 7 Mylan agreed to pay $465 million to the government after reaching a settlement with the Department of Justice and other agencies. The recent settlement is a small step in effort to reduce the cost of EpiPens but only the beginning of reparations for Mylan.
The original house in which Harry Potter lived in a cupboard under the stairs for the Harry Potter films is now for sale for nearly a half a million pounds ($620,000). For anyone who has dreamed of being accepted into Hogwarts, this is just one more reason to relive a love for all things Potter.
Carla Hayden was sworn in on Wednesday, September 14, as not only the first woman but also the first African American to hold the title of Librarian of Congress. Hayden, representing the 85 percent women dominated library workforce, is now the head of the largest library in the world.