In the past month two legends have said goodbye to their professional careers; Serena Williams and Roger Federer. They have both etched their names into the history books of tennis. Whenever tennis is discussed, these two will inevitably be mentioned. Serena Williams was born on September 26, 1981 in Saginaw, Michigan. She was the youngest of five daughters, and started playing tennis at the age of 4. At the age of 9, her family moved to West Palm Beach, Florida so that she and her sister could attend the tennis academy. In 1999, she won her first US Open grand
By: Mihika Rajeev Stranded on a Tasmanian beach, about 200 pilot whales died. Luckily, rescuers were able to move thirty-two to deeper waters. However, the exposed conditions of the Australian coasts have led to many incidents like this. Many people are working to make sure that this never happens again including Brendon Clark, the incident controller. While they got some of the cetaceans to safety, the rescuers are still watching out in case they get stranded again. Taking no chances, Clark reassures everyone, “We will be doing patrols ourselves both via air reconnaissance and also harbor sweeps via vessel.” Unfortunately,
By: Sam September 26th, 1914 – Establishment of Federal Trade Commission (FTC). 26th, 1960 – The first televised Presidential debate occurs between John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon. 27th, 1789 – The U.S. Postal Service was founded. 27th, 1821 – Mexico gains full independence from Spain 27th, 1937 – The Bali tiger goes extinct. Native to the Indonesian island of Bali, the Bali Tiger was made extinct due to human activities and hunting. 27th, 1964 – The Warren Commission Report was issued stating a lone gunman had been responsible for the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas.
By: Aarush Vipin Ferrari is arguably the most iconic supercar/hypercar manufacturer, and they are recognized by their bright red cars and prancing horse logo. The creator of Ferrari is Enzo Ferrari, who started out as a race car driver for Alfa Romeo in 1920. 9 years later, Enzo founded Scuderia Ferrari (translating to the stables of Ferrari), a subsidiary of Alfa that sold special road legal race cars to the rich and famous. Around this time, racing was put into the spotlight too. A perfect time for his business to thrive. In 1939, he left his position at Alfa Romeo
By: Niharika Rajeev Russia’s war in Ukraine was in some ways predictable and Crimea’s annexation into Russia alluded to this possibility. Nonetheless, the horrifying facts that are being reported are astounding to say the least. In the dawn of the attack, President Putin issued a bone-chilling warning to any and all who would dare assist Ukraine, a reminder of their nuclear arsenal and the havoc they can wreak. Although Putin declared war first he states that “a direct attack on our country will lead to defeat and dire consequences for any potential aggressor.” While these threats may have been legitimate
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