The Student Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School

Dons Press

The Student Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School

Dons Press

The Student Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School

Dons Press

Scarlett Martin ‘24 voted during 2024 Super Tuesday! On the first Tuesday of March, many states hold their primary elections. Read more below!
Super Tuesday Takeaways
Sarah Brown, Editor-in-Chief • March 22, 2024

On March 5th, 16 states and one territory voted in their presidential primaries and caucuses, marking Super Tuesday. This year revealed several...

Each vote seriously matters!
The Future Of 2024 Is Counting On You!
Robert Hernandez, Staffer • February 13, 2024

You can smell the sweat dripping off the soon-to-be president’s face. The cold stillness as the crowds begin to settle and all eyes are drawn...

The “Road to 2024” is beginning to come to the forefront of voters minds. Many suspect that the 2024 Presidential Election will be yet another polarized battle between current President Joe Biden (left) and former President Donald Trump (right).
Understanding the 2024 Election
Brooke Quirarte, Editor • February 8, 2024

With the heat of the 2024 election beginning to accelerate, the primary elections are starting to promote the powerful candidates and question...

A recent Global Youth Climate Strike in San Diego. Over 3,000 young activists joined to demand action on climate change.
Empowering Voices: Youth Activism in Politics
Pearl Smith, Beat Editor • January 26, 2024

Imagine a school buzzing with energy, where education meets awareness, and every student becomes a more educated and opinionated member of society....

Nancy Pelosi with her security team after home invasion.
How Many Millions: The Concerning Increase in Security Budget for Government Officials
Charlie Corney, Staffer • October 19, 2023

Billions of dollars are spent by the government every year. A portion of the budget is going toward security, but the cost of it is rising. These...

Protesters in the streets fighting for justice after the brutal death of George Floyd. The people suffered emotional and physical damage and are now awaiting $80M in reimbursements.
Cities in the United States pay $80 Million to Repay for the Injuries Caused in 2020 Protests
Amanda Miller, Staffer • May 26, 2023

Cities in the United States have agreed to pay more than $80 million in settlements to protesters injured by police during 2020 racial justice...

Kevin McCarthy speaks to reporters outside West Wing following debt limit discussion with President Joe Biden.the federal government may not have enough funds to pay all of its bills, which could lead to a default, causing the economy to suffer and borrow costs to rise.
Biden Meets with McCarthy to Discuss the “Tough” Debt Ceiling
Amanda Miller, Staffer • May 25, 2023

The White House negotiators and Republicans met to discuss the federal deficit, but they have different views on how to address it. Democrats...

Image of Russian politicians Alexei Navalny and Vladimir Putin. Both politicians are at tension with each other  as Putin sees Navalny’s actions over the past decade as a threat.
Russia: Poison, Prison, and Politics
Massimo Rigoli, Writer • May 23, 2023

Alexei Anatolievich Navalny, born June 4, 1976 is a Russian opposition leader, lawyer, and anti-corruption activist. People are unsure whether...

With the presidential election around the corner, who are the candidates for the democrats and republicans?
Who’s the Next President?
Kelli Jackson, Writer • May 19, 2023

With 2023 flying by, the buzz around the 2024 presidential election is heating up. Both democrats and republicans alike are casting their votes...

Many immigrants wait at the U.S. - Mexico border after the expiration of Title 42. Migrants are taking the opportunity to leave their home country and find better opportunities in the U.S.
Title 42
Nicole Nazemnikova and Carissa Vanzant-Thomas May 19, 2023

Title 42 was an emergency health authority, based on the prosperity of preventing further spread of COVID-19 throughout the U.S. and Mexico border,...

Tensions rise in Arab Nations yet diplomatic campaigns are made to undermine the conflicts. Congratulations to Syria for taking the nest step towards peace.
Saudi Arabia and Syria
Neve Walker, Politics & News Editor • May 16, 2023

After more than a decade since the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s capital city, Riyadh, cut ties because of the Syrian government's brutal handling...

Two politicians with very different ideals pit against each other in Turkey. The election could greatly change the Democracy of Turkey and the war in Ukraine.
Election in Turkey
Massimo Rigoli, Writer • May 16, 2023

The current President of Turkey, Recep Erdogan, has been in charge for over 9 years since 2014. On May 14th, the election deciding who will become...

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