I Saw on Twitter…

Casper Johnson Staff Writer Maybe it’s not Twitter, maybe it’s Snapchat, Instagram, or Facebook. It doesn’t matter which platform someone might think of first. Whichever site, the question is just how often do people get information there. Probably more often than they’ll want to admit, but they aren’t alone.   According to Pew Research Center, a 2019 study found that 54% of adult Americans got their news “sometimes” or “often” from social media, with the most common source being … Continue reading I Saw on Twitter…

Students, teachers see value in schools teaching the history of 9/11

Kota Locklear Staff Writer Not one of the teenagers who walks the halls at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts has lived in a world where New York City’s Twin Towers existed. We don’t know what life was like before Sept. 11, 2001, when terrorist attacks brought down the World Trade Center, killing 2,977 people (this includes the attack on the Pentagon and passengers and … Continue reading Students, teachers see value in schools teaching the history of 9/11