The Plight of International Student Journalists

As an aspiring journalist from Bangladesh residing in the United States, it feels reassuring to me to see organizations like the “National Association of...

South Africa’s Gender-Based Violence Needs Our Attention

This past week, my social media feed has been ablaze with friends and family voicing their outrage about the escalation of gender-based violence back...

Ending Afghanistan Starts at the University

Eighteen years ago, the United States began preparing for war. Supported by 88% of Americans at the time, the Bush administration rushed into a...

The US-China Trade War, Explained

At first glance, it is easy to miss just how far-reaching the negative impacts of the U.S.-China trade war are. What started off as...

The Nuances of Donating Clothes

When we donate to Goodwill or Salvation Army, it is with good intentions — to help people in need and to be more sustainable...

Travel Can Revitalize Hong Kong

The reports coming out of Hong Kong have been dominated by extreme stories about the protests. In the Chinese supermarket, I catch whispers traveling...

Only Korea Should Determine Korean Peace

Japan and South Korea have recently been involved in a number of disputes resulting in high economic and security tensions between the two countries....

Learning to Communicate After Kashmir

August 5th, 2019 is a day few Indians will forget; social media sites buzzed for days to follow. The ruling political power of India,...

K-pop’s Corporate Greed

In the last couple of years, K-pop has expanded into the global cultural sphere, with groups like BTS, BLACKPINK and TWICE gaining massive followings...

Reflecting on Notre Dame and the Rightful Return of Africa’s Soul

One quote in particular in the New York Times article “What the Notre-Dame Fire Reveals About the Soul of France,” stood out to me....

Sri Lanka Was on Fire, Too

Gut-wrenching attacks were carried out this past Easter Sunday in hotels and churches across Sri Lanka, leaving more than 300 people dead and about...

Next Steps in US-NKorea Discussions

Since the failure of the second Trump-Kim summit, denuclearization and peace negotiations on the Korean peninsula have come to a standstill. On one hand,...
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