LSP freshman Samantha Chong quickly learned about the complex identity of London, its people and herself while studying abroad.
Instead of focusing solely on the Middle East and China, the U.S. should also concentrate on countries such as India, Turkey and South Africa.
Legislation that keeps a record of animal abusers is a step in the right direction.
The decision to smoke is an individual privilege and protected, but those who do decide to light up must be aware of others.
In a disappointingly flawed two-party system, opinion editor Chris Dinardo encourages straying from this idea and pursuing his idea of true democracy.
The United States should pay more attention to hunger strikes in Cuba.
New voter ID laws in Republican-led states have sparked much debate and may prevent large minority groups from voting.
Daniel Straus, NYU Law donor and namesake of Straus Institute, should be seriously investigate by the university.
Mitt Romney is not the answer to any of evangelical conservatives' concerns, but Republican extremist voters are more concerned about keeping Obama out of office than finding a candidate that will address their issues.
In a world buzzing with political commentary, it is the young adult’s responsibilty to stay informed and cast his or her vote.
High school students suffer the consequences when New York's sexual education system is outdated.
Those who are calling for the imprisonment of the anti-Islamic video’s director are violating the First Amendment.