alexandra chan

US Politicians Don’t Know How to Deal With Hong Kong

Images of a rally outside the U.S. embassy in Hong Kong peppered local news outlets and social media in September. Protesters clad in black...

‘We Will Not Settle for Crumbs’

The protests in Paris represent an energized new movement, but the movement itself must be careful of influence from the far-right.

What the Puerto Rican Government Owes Its Women

A video began circulating Twitter last week and further inflamed an already-heated discussion regarding the lack of protection for victims of domestic violence in...

The Hypocrisy of Imperialist Democracy

A coup is being orchestrated in Venezuela. Under the guise of constitutional authority and a supposed restoring of democracy, Juan Guaidó, the President of...

Latino Journalism Deserves Better

I grew up watching the news in Spanish. I would walk home to my abuelita’s after school every day, where Univision would constantly be...

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....

Space Exploration Must Be for All

On Monday, NASA landed the InSight lander on the surface of Mars. Over the next three months, the lander will use its various scientific...

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...

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...

Stop U.S. Base Relocation in Okinawa

Last December, the Japanese government started landfill work in Okinawa as part of its efforts to relocate the U.S. military base from Futenma to...

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,...

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...
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