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The Rise of Minecraft

Noah Horner, Leopard Life Staff Writer

November 4, 2019

As Minecraft celebrated its 10th birthday in May, many more players began to play again, attracting new players, as well. “My favorite thing to do in minecraft is to mine because I can find diamonds and kill monsters,” said Avery Fuller, 8. In 2018, 112 million people played Minecraft per m...

Global Climate Strike

Libby Johnson, Leopard Life Staff Writer

November 4, 2019

This past Sept. 20, millions of kids across the world gathered together to protest one issue: ignorance towards climate change. National Geographic states, "carbon dioxide warms the planet, and we've increased the amount in the air by nearly half, mostly since the 1960s.”  The climate crisis...

Kids are taking control of the environmental crisis

Campbell Lester, Leopard Life Staff Writer

November 4, 2019

Kids are striking against adults’ decisions in the environmental crisis because they are not satisfied with the choices and actions the adults are making. “Our leaders are definitely not doing enough for this problem. They probably have more important things to attend to,” said Mareliz Bass...

Amazon Rainforest burns

Presley Zadorozny, Leopard Life Staff Writer

September 27, 2019

The Amazon Rainforest in Brazil has been burning for the past month. Many suggest that the cause of the fires may not be natural, but others blame it on the dry season. A variety of trees and many creatures have perished because of the tremendous fire. “Amazon Rainforest has lots of endangered ...

The day we will never forget

Campbell Lester, Leopard Life Staff Writer

September 27, 2019

American citizens will always remember the tragic events of 9/11 caused by extremist Islamic terrorists who used our planes to attack us. “Even though it was one of America’s darkest hours, we still banned together and got through it as one,” said Cole Faulkner, 8. The Sept. 11 attacks w...

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