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Ayman Sharieff, News Editor-in-Chief

Ayman Sharieff is a Senior at Patriot in his second year at Journalism. He currently serves as the Editor-in-Chief and helps to manage the News Section at the Charge. Technically skilled in all things computers, outside of Journalism, you can probably find him tinkering with a laptop, developing a new coding project, or playing the newest physics game.

 

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Steamboat Willie Enters Public Domain—What Does It Mean For Us?

Steamboat Willie Enters Public Domain—What Does It Mean For Us?

Ayman Sharieff, News Editor-in-Chief
Feb 15, 2024

As the clock struck midnight on Jan. 1, 2024 an iconic Disney character was...

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A log of Ayman Sharieffs sleep in a night

Revenge Bedtime Procrastination – The Effects of Sleep Deprivations

Ayman Sharieff, News Editor-in-Chief
Jan 21, 2024

  Revenge Bedtime Procrastination. It’s a term you’ve likely never...

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The Model Y is by far one of Teslas most popular vehicles, but to what degree does this electric SUV, and many others like it, really help us to achieve our climate change and net zero carbon emission goals.

Are Electric Cars Really as Clean as We Think They Are?

Ayman Sharieff, News Editor
Dec 31, 2023

"The answer to that question is no, they aren’t as clean as we think,...

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We often forget how much of a role our phones take in our everyday lives. Now, its time to check out how they really affect us personally.

Beyond the Grades: How Phone Usage Shapes Student’s Lives

Ayman Sharieff, News Editor
Dec 28, 2023

In a previous article of mine, we explored whether phones had a meaningful impact...

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The iPhone 15 is the pinnacle of Apples ingenuity, but with each successive iteration, there is less and less of a distinguishable difference between each new handset. Its evident that Apples strategy extends beyond hardware innovation, but it also raises concerns about consumer choices as rivals often resort to imitation to cut costs.

Apple-ification: iOS’s Influence Beyond Apple (and How It’s Hurting Consumers)

Ayman Sharieff, News Editor
Oct 31, 2023

IPhone. The “i” moniker has been with us practically since the dawn of modern...

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The battery is probably among humanitys greatest inventions, but it could also very well be our undoing. Battery production isnt 100% sustainable and often comes at the expense of human life. Keep reading to find out more about where our batteries really come from.

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Part 2: Unearthing the Dark Side of Cobalt Mining

Ayman Sharieff, Reporter
Jul 17, 2023

The Story of Our Batteries The rechargeable battery has become a staple of...

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Batteries are found in devices we use every day and have a profound impact on our livelihood. Unfortunately, many of these devices are tainted with the stain of unethically mined cobalt
used in the manufacturing of their batteries. Tier 1 battery material suppliers often take little to no
regard for the ethical status of sourcing plants, ultimately leading to us, and our devices, having to bear
a heavy ethical burden.

Unearthing the Dark Side of Cobalt Mining

Ayman Sharieff, Reporter
Jul 14, 2023

  Our world is dominated by rechargeable batteries. From charging our...

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Man hidden in the shadows scrolls the depths of social media.

Are Phones Really as Bad as They’re Made Out to Be?

Ayman Sharieff, News Editor
Jan 15, 2023

"But Mom! Everyone in my class has one, why can't I get a phone?" Like...

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