Aiden Deming

Aiden Deming

Aiden Deming is currently a senior at Don Lugo High School. He writes for the technology section of the school's online publication Quest News. Aiden is the Best Story of the Year for Technology Reporter for his breaking news coverage of T-Series trying to overthrow YouTuber phenomenon PewDiePie. Aiden is also actively involved in clubs on campus serving as the president of Physics Club and GOP Club. Aiden is a multiple Oscar Award Winning Actor in the theatre program and was last years Rising Star recipient. Aiden loves rallying school spirit at all the home football games whether it's as a flag runner or the Conquistador mascot. His passion for physics, science, politics, and technology drives most of the content he writes.
NASA planning to deflect planetary killer asteroids

NASA planning to deflect planetary killer asteroids

Asteroids have existed in our solar system ever since its birth 4.6 billion years ago. Only until recently, has life evolved and taken hold of our planet, but life is fragile and susceptible to large amounts of change over the century, asteroids being one of them. In...

Opinion: The vending machines need to go

Opinion: The vending machines need to go

The vending machines. The iconic arm gymnastic hassle we all know and love to hate still remains one of the many eyes sores on campus. Dark and shadowy, locked in a cage, and filled with disgusting and unhealthy snacks. The vending machines are not only unappealing...

Opinion: Social media is a go-to platform for protesting

Opinion: Social media is a go-to platform for protesting

The Jan 3 airstrike that killed General Solemani of the Iranian Military caused over 3 million tweets with hashtags #WWIII, #WWW3, and #worldwarthreedraft. On Instagram, over 537,000 posts were stamped #WW3, while another 103,000 posts used the #WWIII. Among Facebook,...

Students gravitate to technology as a way of cheating

Students gravitate to technology as a way of cheating

Students have joked, "If you're not cheating, you're not trying hard enough." And although students may laugh off the comment in a nonchalant way, the reality is... they're not kidding. Cheating is a common phenomenon among high schoolers and continues to grow at an...