Taking the Time to Remember the Magic of Museums

Brazil National Museum, once home to some of the oldest artifacts ever found in the Americas, tragically burned to the ground last week. It...

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...

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...

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....

Separate Russian Culture and Politics

When I told friends and acquaintances that I would be going to Saint Petersburg, Russia for over half of my winter break, I was...

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....

Why the Upcoming Indian Elections Could Impact the World

In only a matter of weeks, the world’s largest democracy will choose its new prime minister and majority party in the government. Nine-hundred million...

Redefining Environmental Activism

Environmental activism is not unique to the 21st century. For hundreds of years, countless individuals have fought for a cleaner and healthier Earth. The...

India’s Rising #MeToo Movement

Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court was far from the end of the #MeToo movement — just look at the recent push in India to hold sexual assaulters accountable.

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...

Why NYU Must Support the Resolution on the Human Rights of Palestinians

Our tuition is funding human rights violations — we must hold NYU accountable and put an end to this practice.

It’s Time for the U.S. to Stop Supporting the War in Yemen

In light of the tragedy of journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s brutal murder at the hand of the Saudi Arabian government, the U.S. must end their support of the Saudis in the human rights catastrophe of the Yemen Crisis.
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