Anisa Afkhami

News reporter/ Journalist of 88.7 the Pulse. Email me at anisa.pulseradio@gmail.com for more information or questions!

Adele teases unveils new ‘When You Were Young’ from upcoming ’25’ album

Adele is ahead of the game! Her new music, When You Were Young is giving everyone goosebumps! According to Cosmopolitan, the song is about another past lover Adele’s reminiscing over fondly.  Recorded and filmed live at the  Church studios in London, the music video captures Adele in a lace black dress and velvet jacket. At the end of the song, she says …

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Justin Bieber writes a touching tribute for a close friend he lost during the Paris attack

The Paris, France attack has emotionally and physically impacted many people for the loss of their  loved one including Justin Bieber. On Monday night, Nov. 16 , the 21-year-old pop star, shared an emotional tribute on twitter to Thomas Ayad, who was one of the 89 people killed at the Eagle of Death Metal concert during the Paris attack on Friday, …

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Multiple Paris terrorist attacks, nearly 150 people dead

PARIS: Nearly 150 people are dead after multiple terrorist attacks in Paris, France. Police and investigators have reported recently on friday, Nov. 13,  eight terriorsts were seen dead as the remaining seven were killed by suicideal bombings. Nearly 100 fans where kept in hostage and attacked at the Bataclan concert, as the audiences were waiting for the performance of California …

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Daniel Fleetwood, first ‘Star Wars’ fan to see ‘The Force Awakens,’ passes away at 32

Daniel Fleetwood, a terminally ill cancer patient who was granted his dying wish to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens, has passed away at the age of 32. Fleetwood suffered from spindle cell sarcoma, a rare connective tissue cancer. In July, his doctors gave him only two months to live. The Star Wars fan’s last wish was to see the …

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EVIT Foundation Breakfast event

On Wednesday, November 4, more than 350 supporters attended EVIT’s Breakfast and Fundraising Event to help current EVIT students with financial need, receive scholarships raising over $80,000.  The event was hosted at the EVIT Culinary Arts Banquet Hall from 7:00 am to 10:30 am. Many attending students shared remarkable stories of their success and opportunities EVIT provided for them. Steve Grosz, the …

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3 earthquakes reported in Black Canyon city in the Phoenix area

Was that an earthquake? Arizona residents were awakened by  three earthquakes near the Phoenix area, on Sunday night. The first was reported at exactly 9 p.m. with a 3.2 magnitude according to the U.S Geological Survey. Following with a 4.1 magnitude earthquake at 11:30 pm and a 4.0 magnitude 20 minutes later. AZ Family reported, All three earthquakes were centered about …

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Can bacon cause people cancer?

Sorry bacon lovers, according to the World Health Organization, processed meat such as bacon, sausage, and ham can cause colorectal cancer. After 22 international scientists researched and experimented on a number of 800 studies of cancer and diet, it is known to be that processed meats are just as dangerous as cigarettes and exposure to asbestos. The World Health Organization …

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[RECAP]: 2015 MTV EMA winners

And the winners are… Here’s a recap of all our favorite winners in the 2015 MTV EMA Awards on Sunday night. BEST SONG: Taylor Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar: Bad Blood  BEST POP: One Direction BEST FEMALE: Rihanna BEST MALE: Justin Bieber BEST LIVE ACT: Ed Sheeran BEST NEW ACT: Shawn Mendez  BEST VIDEO: Macklemore and Ryan Lewis: Downtown BEST ELECTRIC: Martin Garrix BEST ROCK: …

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Researchers are now using Google Glasses to help kids identify emotions

Say hello to the new Google Glasses! Recently, scientists and researchers at Stanford are creating the Autism Glass Project, to help autistic children recognize and understand emotions. According to the fonder of the project, Catalin Voss, Google Glasses identify faces by “action units” and classify them as words. For example, the outward facing camera reads a facial expression of someone smiling, …

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“Clock Kid” Meets President Obama At the Second Astronomy Night On Monday

  The “clock kid” as many call him, made a visit to the White House on Monday, (Oct 19) for the Second Astronomy Night Event. Ahmed Mohamed, was arrested in late Septemeber for a science project, a handmade clock, and was mistaken by a bomb. Mohammed, along with 300 other students including Bill Nye (The Science Guy!) and 11 NASA …

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