Thinker’s Chronicle

Thinker’s Chronicle

The Voice of Generation Z

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  • Silicon Valley Bank Shutdown

    Silicon Valley Bank Shutdown

    Silicon Valley Bank, founded in 1983, was one of the top twenty commercial banks in the US. It had around $209 billion in total assets and funded around 50% of “venture-backed technology and health care companies” in the US.  What is the Silicon Valley Bank? Silicon Valley Bank, or SVB, has been a prominent if sometimes overlooked bank in the USA for nearly 40 years. Unfortunately, the bank’s reign is soon coming to an end as it filed for bankruptcy on March 10, 2023. This comes as a shock to many as it is the second largest bank failing in

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  • Russia Pulls Back From Nuclear Arms Treaty

    Russia Pulls Back From Nuclear Arms Treaty

    “In this regard, I am forced to announce today that Russia is suspending its participation in the strategic offensive arms treaty,” Russian President Vladimir Putin said declaration in the annual state of the nation address to Russia’s National Assembly on 21st February. Putin is suspending his country’s participation in the New START nuclear arms reduction treaty with the United States, imperiling the last remaining pact that regulates the world’s two largest nuclear arsenals. The 2010 New Start deal restricts the world’s two major nuclear powers’ deployed strategic nuclear arsenals, capping strategic nuclear weapons at 1,550 deployed warheads and 700 deployed

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  • Be Yourself

    Be Yourself

    Of late I haven’t been myself, Continuously trying to be someone else. But I’d rather stick to myself than be the best on the internet. Because that life would mean that I’m not my true self. Many people are overtook by what they see on their phones Always swiping up and down, left to right Trying to keep up the celebrities life They don’t look ahead to see what’s next And if they do, they say,”I wanna be like them.” But this stirs something inside their chest They want to be like that someone else So bad that they forget

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  • California’s Atmospheric River

    California’s Atmospheric River

    A torrential cascade of water tumbles from the sky, and roads can no longer be seen as they drown under several inches of rain. This is now the life of all Californians as they experienced an atmospheric river caused by global warming. To understand the drastic changes happening in California, we must first understand what an atmospheric river is and how it is affecting the state. What is an Atmospheric River? Firstly, an atmospheric river is a type of storm named for its narrowness and can carry humid air thousands of miles. While these storms can cause flooding, mudslides, and

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  • Giant Flying Insect that Predates Dinosaurs

    Giant Flying Insect that Predates Dinosaurs

    At the end of the Cretaceous Period, nearly 65 million years ago, over 75 percent of the Earth’s species didn’t survive. After inhabiting it for nearly 165 million years, the dinosaurs left planet Earth permanently. It isn’t certain what caused a species as large as the dinosaurs to be terminated, but evidence suggests it was likely an asteroid impact near the present-day Yucatan Peninsula, coupled with other possible factors such as large-scale climate change and destructive volcanic eruptions over time.  Despite the mass extinction, birds are thought to be the only dinosaurs that survived, along with distant relatives, such as

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Our Mission

Our aim is to unveil new perspectives to a global audience. With plenty of news outlets already offering platforms for the earlier generation to speak, the Thinker’s Chronicle is meant for generation Z to be heard. Students are already changing the world one step at a time. Why not bring our viewpoints about the events that matter the most to us?

Through our coverage, we seek to encourage young readers to take an interest in current national and international issues. We strive to create an unbiased and safe environment for youths to gain information, improve scientific literacy, and be aware of current events. 







What Our Readers Say

“With its creative blend of articles, reviews, poetry and art, the Thinker’s Chronicle offers a fresh and unique perspective on the issues facing the world today. As a teacher, I firmly believe students benefit from reading the Thinker’s Chronicle, gaining insight about relevant real world issues and understanding the human condition through the art and poetry that expresses student’s unique creativity.”

D Miller

We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors. We borrow it from our children.