Thinker’s Chronicle

Thinker’s Chronicle

The Voice of Generation Z

Latest Editions

  • Qatar 2022: An Unpredictable But Riveting World Cup

    Qatar 2022: An Unpredictable But Riveting World Cup

    As a goal is made, the team players all rush to one side of the stadium, hugging each other jubilantly. Fans roar into a loud cheer that echoes throughout the entire city of Doha, as moderators excitedly shout “Goal!” The World Cup is a large sporting event that takes place every 4 years on an even date, and its power is not to be underestimated. It has connected fans globally in both a patriotic and political scale, where countries can propel their nation to stardom and gain international fans. Plus, people from all over the world come over to celebrate

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  • Autism Diagnosis Test

    Autism Diagnosis Test

    Autism is a neurodevelopmental spectrum disorder that typically appears in the first three years of a child’s life. “Spectrum” indicates that different people have varying degrees of severity. Autism is unique to each person, and each person has their own set of symptoms, difficulties, and treatments. They also have their own set of abilities and strengths.  Diagnosis & Early Intervention Characterization and diagnosis of Autism has been clarified over the years. Previously, Asperger’s Syndrome and PDD-NOS fell under different branches of developmental disorders as Autism; although, the DSM-5 no longer diagnoses them as separate disorders and instead recognizes them as

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  • Introducing the Newest and Most Contagious COVID-19 Variant: XBB.1.5

    Introducing the Newest and Most Contagious COVID-19 Variant: XBB.1.5

    Before trudging into year three of the pandemic, there seemed to be a glimmer of hope that the end would be near and humanity had finally seen the light at the end of the tunnel. Unfortunately, COVID-19 happens to have a different agenda with Omicron. Omicron, a milder yet more contagious variant compared to Delta, has been the leading strain of the virus for over a year now. Symptoms Omicron causes symptoms similar to a common cold or allergies, coupled with possible fever, malaise, headache, fatigue, etc. Loss of smell and taste are less common, and general symptoms seem to

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  • The Fall of the “King of Toxic Masculinity”

    The Fall of the “King of Toxic Masculinity”

    On December 29, 2022, famous kickboxer Andrew Tate was arrested in Romania for charges of human trafficking and rape, along with his brother, Tristan Tate. This has sparked a massive amount of controversy, as the celebrity’s large number of social media followers make their opinions heard.  Who is Andrew Tate?  Andrew Tate is a British-American kickboxer. He started in 2007 and has won many international titles since then before retiring to Romania. However, what truly brought many critics to believe that he is a part of this case is his long history of misogyny. He has constantly supported the “manosphere,”

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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

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