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Kate Brennan

is a newspaper and online journalism senior and contributor for The NewsHouse.

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Collage of telescope in Hawaii from Aloha Aina project
Off Campus

Aloha ʻāina

Published On: May 3, 2022

How scientists' bid to locate a telescope on the dormant Mauna Kea volcano has divided the big island of Hawaiʻi.

Religious schools face critiques over discrimination of LGBTQ students
EQ Story Page, No Exceptions

Lawsuit Targets Exemptions for Religious Schools

Published On: April 25, 2022

An Oregon lawsuit argues that Title IX’s religious exemption should be dropped because certain institutions historically discriminate against LGBTQ students and applicants.

From left to right, Jayden King (13), Jewel Pierce (14), Caspian Pierce (10), and Javonte (14) are aware of the inequality of the Syracuse City School Districts. They know their neighbors do not always have adult supervision to monitor or help them with virtual schoolwork because their parents and or guardians are at work.
Deconstructing The Divide

Striving for Excellence

Published On: April 25, 2021

For already stressed families, the pandemic intensifies a need to address educational inequities and help Syracuse’s youth succeed in school.