Tag: USA

Ranking the 2022 World Cup Kits

By: Zachary Kershaw Occurring only once-a-quadrennial, the FIFA World Cup is set to kick off for the 22nd time in history. Players will represent their home countries and compete against other countries on the soccer field for the title of World Champion. The event is the grandest stage there is for competitive soccer. Hosted in […]

Fighting for freedom in honor of Jamal Khashoggi

BY NABHANYA MORARJI Jamal Ahmed Khashoggi was a Saudi Arabian journalist and author who moved to the United States in September 2017 under a self-imposed exile. Khashoggi was a former general manager and editor-in-chief of Al-Arab News Channel and also served as editor for the Saudi Arabian newspaper Al Watar, which was a platform for […]

Linda Brown’s legacy

By AARON BETANCOURT Linda Brown, the schoolgirl associated with the 1954 landmark Brown v. Board of Education case, died Sunday, March 25 at the age of 76 in Topeka, Kansas. The case began in 1951 when Brown was denied enrollment to Sumner Elementary School, an all-white school a few blocks away from her family residence. […]

Caring: The first step towards change

By ALEXANDRA TIRADO As a foreigner living in the United States and actively participating in its culture, I think I can say this with some confidence: U.S., you’re quirky as hell. Don’t get me wrong though America, you are a wonderful country. Even in this age and time, the U.S. still remains a socially responsible […]

Bilinguality: a necessity for America

By KATIE STOCKDALE Bonjour. Je m’appelle Katie. Tu t’appelles comment ? Ça va ? Ça va bien.   This string of French, a simple introduction and request for another person’s name, is the first thing I was taught in my first French class seven years ago, when I sat in a small and crowded portable […]

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