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Human rights issues in Tanzania spark discussion on Africa coverage

Nicole Zelniker, Editor-in-Chief March 5, 2017

In 2011, 1.6 million people in Tanzania were living with HIV or AIDS according to a report by the United Nations Program for HIV and AIDS. Six years later, the numbers are on the rise. At the same time,...

Paralympic athletes achieve incredible feats in Rio games

Paralympic athletes achieve incredible feats in Rio games

Maksym Kosachevskyy, News Editor September 22, 2016

On Sept. 15, Algerian middle-distance runner Abdellatif Baka finished the T13 1500m race of the Paralympics in 3:48.29 seconds. The visually impaired athlete not only secured gold for his country but,...

News In Brief

Abe Kenmore, World & Nation Editor April 17, 2015

South Africa: An outburst of anti-immigrant violence has killed five people and displaced many more in the costal city of Durban, according to the Guardian. Among the dead were two foreigners and three...

News in Brief: 3/27/2015

Abe Kenmore, World & Nation Editor March 27, 2015

India In a 200-page ruling, the Indian supreme court struck down a law banning offensive comments on social media, according to The Guardian. The law, section 66a of an amendment to the Information...

Using the word terrorist clouds important issues

Aubrey King, Staff Writer February 13, 2015

English is a malleable language. By speaking it, we smash and mold its words, often giving them new meanings. When this occurs, adjustments in usage must follow. Following the attack on satirical French...

International sanctions increase pressure on Syria

Keyla Beebe , Staff Writer January 27, 2012

In March 2011, the people of Syria began peacefully protesting President Bashar Al-Assad’s brutal and oppressive rule. Ten months, 5,000 dead civilians and over 14,000 detainees later, the people of...

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