Robertson’s Reportings: ABBA Concert Deaths, 106-0 Blowout Football Game

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Sophia Robertson, Editor-in-Chief

Welcome back to another week of Robertson’s Reportings! ABBA, a Swedish pop group known for songs including “Dancing Queen” and “Money, Money, Money,” is delaying the rest of their tribute concert due to two deaths on Tuesday at the performance. An elderly man fell down seven floors, landing on two people below. The man who fell died, and another man from the area below passed away too. The fall took place about 30 minutes before the show was set to start, so ABBA postponed their concert, stating “In light of the tragic news at the tribute concert in Sweden last night, we have decided to hold off on releasing our concert trailer until tomorrow.”

For the first time, NASA astronauts harvested peppers, a part of NASA’s Plant Habitat-04 Experiment, from space. The astronauts were treated to tacos, calling them “the best space tacos yet.” According to a NASA press release, this experiment is one of the most complex plant experiments on the station because of the long germination and growing times. Romaine lettuce and Chinese cabbage have been grown in space, but the harvest of these peppers is a huge breakthrough.

In a massive blowout, a California high school football game ended with a 106-0 score. While this game was filled with action, Morningside High School, the losing team, was issued an apology for the unsportsmanlike conduct directed at them. At 104 points, the opposing team, Inglewood High School, went for a two-point conversion even though it was an unnecessary action. The principal of Inglewood High School stated to the Inglewood and Morningside High School communities, “We did not conduct ourselves with sportsmanship and integrity and the final score was unacceptable.”

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Photo Credits: The New York Times