Another College Visit to Boston

Alex Kaplan

October 23, 2014

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I had never been to Boston, and I figured this trip served both as a bit of touristy experience and an introduction to the archetype of the college visit among the idyllically color flushed streets of New England. More than that...

California Drought on the Brink of Crisis

Jane Sartwell

October 23, 2014

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Cody Creighton hasn’t showered for weeks, and he is planning to go months and months without a single shower. He is taking on this challenge because of the devastating drought in California. It’s the worst drought in the state...

Real-Life Contagion: Ebola

Julia Pascale, Writer

October 1, 2014

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Despite great strides in the medical field, widespread disease is just simply something the human race cannot avoid. We've learned from Great Ancient Civilizations about entire populations being decimated by a plague or illness....

Biking Gears Up in Baltimore

Alex Kaplan

October 1, 2014

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It was surreal to coast down Baltimore Avenue toward the heart of the city. We were flanked by cheers and support, as police cars stopped all traffic on MLK Boulevard. All this, while surrounded by hundreds of bikes as we sped...

Racism in Ferguson and Our Own Backyard

Brandi Randolph

October 1, 2014

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This summer I had the pleasure of working at The African American Newspaper The Afro, interning under the editors, Gregory Dale and Dorothy Boulware. The Afro is a weekly periodical that has an African American audience in Bal...

Trouble Brewing in Burma

James DeVinne

September 9, 2014

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Festering religious tensions in the Southeast Asian country of Myanmar (Burma) came to a head once again over the summer, as riots targeting the Muslim community erupted in the central city of Mandalay. Motivated by rumors spread...

Election in Egypt

James DeVinne, Writer

May 2, 2014

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On May 26, millions of Egyptians will go to the polls to select a new president in the first elections since the deposition of Mohamed Morsi in July. Morsi, who had served as Egypt’s first democratically-elected president, was...

Russia Trip

Russia Trip

April 30, 2014

News and Features