Opioid Epidemic

November 10, 2017 Victoria Nguyen 0

On October 26, 2017, President Trump publicly announced that the opioid crisis in our country was now a public health emergency. In the same press conference, Trump laid out the agenda in combating the drug crisis […]

The World This Week 10/17

October 16, 2017 Ujjwala Rai 0

ASIA Pakistan/US- The Pakistani army was successful in rescuing a North American couple with their three children that had been held captive by the Afghan Taliban since 2012. The soldiers said that they received a […]

The Puerto Rico Crisis

October 10, 2017 Babatunde Ojo 0

Hurricane Irma, a Category 5 hurricane, ravaged Puerto Rico in early September resulting in 1 million Puerto Ricans without power. Almost two weeks later, the American commonwealth was struck again by another Category 5 storm, […]

UC Berkeley

May 7, 2017 Adrian Wong 1

Often lauded as one of the top universities in the world, University of California, Berkeley, has recently come to the forefront of the recent epidemic of campus protests and riots.  These riots began on February […]

President Trump Supports Women in STEM

March 25, 2017 Katrina David 0

Amidst the controversy surrounding President Trump’s time in office, from the travel ban to the buzz around his administration’s alleged ties to Russia, the President has also been busy signing other bills that are set […]

Around the World 2-14

February 21, 2017 Ujjwala Rai 0

ASIA Philippines- Geraldine Roman made history in the Philippines by becoming the first transgender woman to be elected as a Congress politician, representing her hometown province of Bataan. In an interview with CNN, Roman says […]

Make the Internet Secure Again

February 9, 2017 Ryan Romanowski 0

The inauguration of President Trump has passed and he is now settled into office, which leaves people speculating as to what changes he will bring about and what promises will be fulfilled. While controversy surrounds […]

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