By Nada Amir, entertainment & arts, The Pawprint DAA On the first of January 2023, the grammy-winning singer Anita Pointer died at the age of 74 in her house in [...]
Online Retailer SHEIN Holds First Ever Virtual Catwalk Show
By Najla Banimalek, Staff Reporter, The Pawprint Global online retailer SHEIN held their first virtual catwalk show on September 19th, featuring Ellie Goulding, Rita [...]
New outbreak of Coronavirus in Beijing spreading
Sabina Saktaganova Staff Reporter, The Pawprint As Beijing virus cases significantly increase, millions of people are forced to live under new restrictions. There have [...]
Why did the North Koreans blow up the liaison office?
Charlotte Eykerman & Nanor Pontigian Opinion Editor and Science & Tech Editor, The Pawprint On June 16th, North Korea opened up on why it blew up it’s liaison [...]
Rayshard Brooks, another death as a result of police brutality
Giorgia Turchetti Daily Digest Editor, The Pawprint On Friday June 12, another black man lost his life at the hands of police brutality. Rayshard Brooks, a 27 year-old [...]
France announces easing of lockdown restrictions.
Sabina Saktaganova Staff Reporter, The Pawprint French President Emmanuel Macron announced that a number of quarantine restrictions are going to be lifted. Restaurants, [...]
The Inconvenient Truth: 7 must-watch environmental documentaries.
Sabina Saktaganova Staff Reporter, The Pawprint Climate change is one of the biggest issues in 2020. Even though the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic improved the [...]
Brexit: Shooting Yourself in the Foot?
Frederique Beck Staff Reporter, The Pawprint On the 31st of December of this year, Britain will officially have left the European Union after four years of Brexit. But [...]
Surfer killed by Great White
Frederique Beck Staff Reporter, The Pawprint Today, Australia’s third fatal shark attack this year occurred off the shores of New South Wales, Salt Beach. At around 10 [...]
Anti-racism protests in the UK
Sabina Saktaganova Staff Reporter, The Pawprint Sparked by the death of George Floyd, thousands of people have joined anti-racism demonstrations across the UK. The [...]
English football to return after government green light
Tarak Malhotra Staff reporter, The Pawprint “The British sporting recovery has begun,” said the culture secretary, Oliver Dowden, as he announced that professional [...]
Elon Musk’s first launch was victorious
Charlotte Eykerman and Nanor Pontigian Opinion Editor and Science & Tech Editor, The Pawprint Finally the time has come, on May 30th, Elon Musk’s aerospace company [...]
Trump threatens to shut social media platforms.
Sabina Saktaganova Staff Reporter, The Pawprint As Twitter added a fact-check label to some of Trump’s posts, he has threatened to regulate or even shut down social [...]
Bad weather disrupts NASA’s SpaceX launch
Charlotte Eykerman & Nanor Pontigian Opinion Editor and Science & Tech Editor, The Pawprint Yesterday (May 27) Nasa and SpaceX were ready to launch Americans [...]
Trump calls high US Covid-19 numbers a “badge of honor”.
Sabina Saktaganova Staff Reporter, The Pawprint The President of the US calls the high number of diagnosed Covid-19 infections a “badge of honor”. The rising number [...]
COVID-19 delays the annual new emojis
Charlotte Eykerman and Nanor Pontigian Opinion Editor and Science & Tech Editor, The Pawprint The organisation, Unicode Consortium, has recently announced that there [...]
The Return of European Football?
Tarak Malhotra Staff Reporter, The Pawprint Coronavirus had essentially put an end to European football for a while. However, situations regarding suspended football in [...]
A Proud Moment for DAA: 12th grader gets accepted to the Ivy League’s
Gina Bagnulo News Editor, The Pawprint Kanak Gupta, Class of 2020 has made DAA’s student spotlight in being accepted to several Ivy League universities, including [...]
Why do you behave the same way as your parents?
Sabina Saktaganova Staff Reporter, The Pawprint There are multiple learning types, such as classical conditioning and operant conditioning, that reinforce the idea of [...]
Cyber-hackers take advantage of hospital construction companies
Charlotte Eykerman & Nanor Pontigian Opinion Editor and Science & Tech Editor, The Pawprint Two companies that have been known to build emergency hospitals for [...]
Elon Musk goes against orders and reopens Tesla in California
Charlotte Eykerman and Nanor Pontigian Opinion Editor & Science and Tech Editor, The Pawprint CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk has been continuing his argument with officials [...]
London Fashion Week this June will be going digital
Belize Engstrom Staff Reporter, The Pawprint With the global pandemic going on and as most of us are in COVID-19-related lockdowns fashion week might be the last thing [...]
The Victory Day Scandal
Sabina Saktaganova Staff reporter, The Pawprint The White House stated that America and Great Britain had the victory over the Nazis on May 8, 1945 a statement that [...]
SDG 2: Zero Hunger
Sabina Saktaganova Staff Reporter, The Pawprint The world produces enough food to feed all 7 billion people, but those who go hungry either do not have land to grow food [...]
Can you get infected with Coronavirus twice?
Sabina Saktaganova Staff Reporter, The Pawprint In South Korea, where authorities had gotten the outbreak of COVID-19 under control, the same patients are now testing [...]
President Trump Says that Bleach Could Cure COVID-19
Jenna Daudpota Arts & Entertainment Editor, The Pawprint On April 23, 2020, US President Donald Trump suggested possible cures for the COVID-19. COVID-19 has caused [...]
Birthday appearance by Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik
Belize Engstrom Staff Reporter, The Pawprint Last week Gigi Hadid celebrated her 25th birthday alongside her family, at mother Yolanda Hadid’s farmhouse in [...]
Why are women less likely to die because of COVID-19?
Nanor Pontigian Science and tech Editor, The Pawprint A new question has risen from this whole pandemic of the Coronavirus. Since, the beginning, mortality rates in [...]
Elon Musk, worries about Tesla shutdown
Charlotte Eykerman & Nanor Pontigian Opinion Editor & Science and Tech Editor, The Pawprint Despite all the chaos caused by the COVID-19, the demand for [...]
The most influential fashion icon of the 20th century.
Sabina Saktaganova Staff Reporter, The Pawprint On Monday, the 4th of May Audrey Hupburn, the fashion icon of the 20th century, would have been 91 years old. Dedicated [...]
Top 10 things to do to pass the time during quarantine
Jasmine Conway Feature Editor, The Pawprint Zoom call your friends Missing your friends? Want someone to call? Zoom calling is a great way to keep in touch with [...]
Can you catch coronavirus twice?
Sabina Saktaganova Staff Reporter, The Pawprint In South Korea, where authorities seem to have brought the outbreak of the pandemic under control, patients are testing [...]
The secret behind why India has low COVID-19 death rates
Charlotte Eykerman and Nanor Pontigian Opinion Editor & Science and Tech Editor,The Pawprint Currently, experts have been asking why India’s death rate from [...]
Donna AbouNasr Editor-in- Chief, The Pawprint Over the past few days, Dubai has been opening up and easing the lockdown restrictions put in place to keep the citizens of [...]
Please Wash Your Hands
Jenna Daudpota Arts & Entertainment editor, The Pawprint To many people, it goes without saying everyone should wash their hands every day: after they go to the [...]
Will robots replace human workers because of COVID-19?
Charlotte Eykerman & Nanor Pontigian Opinion Editor and Science & Tech Editor, The Pawprint During this pandemic, people are no longer thinking about one of the [...]
Europe is taking steps to ease the lockdown
Sabina Saktaganova Staff Reporter, The Pawprint Several European countries have started making steps in order to ease the strict lockdowns. Germany’s infection rate [...]
Is Selena Gomez bipolar? This is how the announcement affected her fans.
Sabina Saktaganova Staff Reporter, The Pawprint Selena Gomez has recently opened up to Miley Cyrus during her IG Live talk show, Bright Minded, about her mental health [...]
Companies that help the world fight COVID-19
Sabina Saktaganova Staff Reporter, The Pawprint Ralph Lauren Ralph Lauren has devoted 10 million dollars to COVID-19 relief efforts. The money would be divided among an [...]
Elon Musk’s confusing Coronavirus ‘help’
Gabi Beltram Editor-In-Chief, The Pawprint Elon Musk’s journey to aiding his country during this outbreak has been a bit of a rocky one so far. He started out as one [...]
Criminals take advantage of the COVID-19 by scam emails
Charlotte Eykerman & Nanor Pontigian Opinion Editor and Science & Tech Editor, The Pawprint Criminals have recently begun using the Coronavirus to their [...]
Scientists predict that the oceans can still be saved by 2050
Charlotte Eykerman and Nanor Pontigian Opinion Editor and Science & Tech Editor, The Pawprint A new scientific research has found that despite the terrible treatment [...]
Stade de Reims doctor Gonzalez commits suicide after contracting COVID-19
Carlos Resino Sports Editor, The Pawprint Members of the French football club informed today that Ligue 1 club Stade de Reims doctor Bernard Gonzalez has taken his own [...]
Top HIV scientist, Gita Ramjee dies from coronavirus
Charlotte Eykerman staff reporter & Nanor Pontigian Science and Tech editor, The Pawprint The world-renowned South African and award winning female Scientist, Gita [...]
COVID-19 was predicted!
Sabina Saktaganova Staff Reporter, The Pawprint Dean Koontz, the author of the 1981 thriller novel called “The Eyes of Darkness”, predicted the outbreak of the [...]
Netherlands pioneers unique coronavirus combatting methods
Gabi Beltram Editor-In-Chief & Aline Tarasconi Pawscast / Pawzfeed Editor, The Pawprint Currently, in the Netherlands, they have launched a new project using testing [...]
Positive effects Coronavirus on the Environment
Fynn Walraven & Aline Tarasconi Staff Reporter & Pawzfeed / Pawscast Editor, The Pawprint Life in many countries has changed dramatically when coronavirus [...]
Elon Musk donates ventilators to help his country through a hard time
Charlotte Eykerman & Nanor Pontigian Opinion Editor & Science and Tech Editor, The Pawprint Bill de Blasio, New York City’s Mayor recently, stated that the [...]
Belarus Premier League attracts global attention as it plays on
Carlos Resino Sports Editor, The Pawprint Football is suspended in Spain, Portugal, the UK, France, Italy and most European countries because of the coronavirus pandemic [...]
Football VS the Coronavirus
Tarak Malhotra Staff Reporter, The Pawprint In light of the recent COVID-19 outbreak, football teams across the world have opted to take action to combat it. Italian [...]
New and Upcoming movie releases of 2023
By By Lauren Chalouhi, Editor-in-chief, The Pawprint In 2023, new movies will be everywhere. From the new DC movies to other action films, many major stars and directors [...]
New TV shows to watch in 2023
By Lauren Chalouhi, Editor-in-chief, The Pawprint With the new year already starting, many tv shows are being released! With either them being released in parts or all [...]
By Rufaro Zaranyika, Arts and Entertainment Editor, The DAA Pawprint “Everything, Everywhere, All at Once” won best picture at the 95th Academy Awards on [...]
How Influential Is Social Media To Teenagers?
By Dana Alblooshi, Staff Reporter, The Pawprint Social media has become an integral part of the daily lives of teenagers all over the world. With just a few clicks, they [...]
Places To Visit During Spring Break
By Dana Alblooshi, Staff Reporter, The Pawprint Spring break is a time to let loose and relax, and what better way to do that than by exploring new countries. There are [...]
Abu Dhabi’s First Wireless Music Festival
By Rufaro Zaranyika, Arts and Entertainment Editor, The DAA Pawprint The Wireless Festival is an annual rap and urban music festival held in London, England. Live Nation [...]
The Holy Month of Ramadan
By Dana Alblooshi, Staff Reporter, The Pawprint Ramadan is the holiest month in the Islamic calendar and is observed by millions of Muslims around the world. During this [...]
95th Oscar Award Nominees
By Rufaro Zaranyika, Arts and Entertainment Editor, The DAA Pawprint The Oscars, also known as the Academy Awards, is an annual awards ceremony that honors outstanding [...]
What is the UAE doing to help our Earth?
By: Andreea Dibo, Health & Environment, The Pawprint In the Middle East, the UAE is taking a brave stand against climate change. The UAE said it would invest $163 [...]
Birds and other creatures in Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia dying from Bird Flu
By Hatim Kanchwala, Staff Reporter, The Pawprint DAA All of these animals fell victim to the impact of avian influenza — a virus rapidly circulating the globe, killing [...]