Katelynne Kulakowski

Katelynne Kulakowski

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Print journalism major, minoring in political science at Pennsylvania State University, for now. Avid science fiction movie buff and future cat lady who loves to write.

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Debunking Rumors Surrounding Boston Bombing

Just in case you may have come across any, we’re here to separate fact from fiction with our extensive list of debunked rumors

  • April 20, 2013
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  • Katelynne Kulakowski

Standing for the Vulnerable and the Oppressed

At 15-years-old, Emily Golden was running her own company called Kids for Compassion: a non-profit organization stationed in Baltimore, Maryland reaching out to vulnerable children living in Rwanda, Africa

  • February 24, 2013
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  • Katelynne Kulakowski

Boeing Knew of Battery Issues on Dreamliner Jets Before Fires

Before two battery failures led to the halting of all Boeing 787 Dreamliner jets this month, the lithium-ion batteries used on the aircraft had experienced a multitude of glitches that raised questions about their dependability

  • February 1, 2013
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  • Katelynne Kulakowski

The U.N.’s Irresponsible World Leaders

The General Assembly has become a high cost tradition, but outside the walls of New York there has sprung serious uprising, nations turning their backs on their oppressors because of failed leadership

  • September 14, 2012
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  • Lola Kate

Empty Wallets and Worthless Textbooks

As the semester comes to a screeching halt, many college students are attempting to sell their textbooks back to the book store but finical woes are getting in the way.

  • May 26, 2012
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  • Lola Kate

Distractions and Propaganda

As a society, we subconsciously thrive off of the drama, wanting to read about the bad news because perpetual happiness just isn’t good enough for us.

  • May 22, 2012
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  • Lola Kate