Oracle Sued By U.S Department of Labor

February 9, 2017 Riya Parmar 0

Last week, Oracle was sued by the U.S Department of Labor for their reported unethical hiring process and the wage gap between white males and minorities. The Labor Department stated that the company’s compensation policies […]

British American Tobacco Takes on Vaping

February 9, 2017 Sarah Umer 0

With last week’s $50 billion takeover of Reynolds American, British American Tobacco (BAT) became the world’s largest tobacco company. The takeover also allows BAT to reenter the American markets, having left 12 years ago when […]

Around the World 1/26

February 9, 2017 Ujjwala Rai 0

ASIA Malaysia- The low-cost Malaysian airline- AirAsia has been cleared by the American Authorities to fly to American Airports, making them the first Asian airline to do so. The American sector will be handled by […]

Women’s March

February 7, 2017 Katrina David 0

Following the inauguration of President Donald Trump, demonstrators rallied together on Saturday to participate in Women’s Marches across the USA and the world. Originating as a simple Facebook post after President Trump’s election, the Women’s […]

Coptic Church Reflection

December 29, 2016 Karen Ayoub 0

It was just a regular Sunday morning. I was getting ready for church, thinking about my plans for after the service – nothing out of the ordinary. I got into the car with my mom, […]

Coptic Church Explosion

December 29, 2016 Karen Ayoub 0

On Sunday, December 11, 2016, an attack took place on St. Peter and St Paul’s Church, adjacent to the Coptic Orthodox Church headquarters. The explosion occurred shortly before 10:00 a.m. local time, during the Sunday […]

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