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Rich people need to do more to help solve the climate change crisis

Jeff Bezos, head of Amazon, can be seen on the fringes of the company's novelties event on Sept. 25, 2019. Bezos recently pledged $10 billion toward climate change, a good example of how the rich can help the environment.

Lexie Kemp, Contributing Writer

February 20, 2020

Possibly one of the most frustrating things to see on the internet is celebrities retweeting and reposting things such as “donate to help Australia” or “we are in the middle of a climate crisis.” While on the surface it seems great that these influential people are spreading awareness and appear...

Local alumni help conserve Masonboro Island through Tama Cafe

From left to right: Wells Struble, Kelly Struble, and Rocco Quaranto III -- the three founders of Tama Cafe. Each holds one of the three different flavors of sparkling green tea, partial proceeds of which are being donated to help preserve Masonboro Island.

Jonny Berrios, Staff Writer

February 8, 2019

Tama Cafe (formerly Tama Tea) is teaming up with Masonboro.org in order to conserve Masonboro Island, a barrier island located to the southeast of Wilmington. Masonboro.org’s website states that its mission is to “protect public access, promote responsible use and preserve the traditions of Masonboro...

Marvel Studios announces philanthropic campaigns ahead of “Avengers”

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Tyler Newman, Assistant News Editor

March 3, 2018

On Feb. 27, three stars of the highly anticipated upcoming film “Avengers: Infinity War” appeared on “Good Morning America” to reveal Marvel Studios's newest undertaking. Paul Bettany, Sebastian Stan and Karen Gillan joined Michael Strahan on ABC’s flagship morning program to explain their...

EDITORIAL: A heavy lesson

From the Quad-City Times Editorial Board

November 9, 2009

More powerful than a locomotive. That Superman-esque achievement also works for Quad-City high school students, whose 347 tons of food collected this year exceed the weight of two locomotives. Picture a convoy of 100 full-sized Hummer H2s. Heavy, but not as heavy as the results of this year's Student Fo...

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