NYC shooting injures 29

James, the alleged Brooklyn subway shooter, has been detained and charged By Jackson Hare, Staff Writer James, the alleged Brooklyn subway shooting suspect whose attacks left 29 injured, was arrested in New York’s East Village neighborhood. None of the victims of his attacks are expected to die from their injuries. On April 11, 67-year-old Frank R. James detonated two smoke grenades and fired 33 bullets in a Brooklyn subway train full of morning commuters. Police reported a total of 29 people injured during the attack, 19 of whom suffered injuries related to the smoke or panic. In what New York … Continue reading NYC shooting injures 29

Finland moves toward NATO

By Ivy Lewis, Staff Writer Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has prompted Finland to consider joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), a security alliance with 30 member nations. This goes against the nation’s long history of military non-alignment. Prime Minister Sanna Marin announced that Finland would likely make a decision on whether or not to become a member of NATO within weeks.  Finnish politicians are scheduled to have internal talks and meet in parliament to reach consensus on the matter. “The difference between being a partner and being a member is very clear and will remain so. There is no … Continue reading Finland moves toward NATO

Boston Marathon makes yearly return

Kenyan runner Evans Chebet takes home first Boston Marathon win since 2019 By Joe Clark, Sports Page Editor The 126th Boston Marathon took place last Monday, returning to its usual April date for the first time since 2019.  Kenyan runner Evans Chebet won the men’s elite race with a time of 2:06:51, while fellow Kenyan Peres Jepchirchir finished with a time of 02:21:01 to narrowly edge out Ababel Yeshaneh. The Ethiopian finished just four seconds behind at 02:21:05. Outside of the winners, one of this year’s most touching moments of the Boston Marathon was Henry finishing with a time of … Continue reading Boston Marathon makes yearly return