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Media and Issues of Human Rights

Media and Issues of Human Rights

Amal Eldesouky, Reporter

June 5, 2019


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Looking all around us, we see that the world we live in right now is all about technology and the internet. We can do just about anything, anywhere, all over the world by clicking or punch buttons sitting at our desks. The United States and Russia are two of the most powerful nations in the world right...

LGBT History in New York City

LGBT History in New York City

Wenyan Zhang, Reporter

June 5, 2019


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The month of June was chosen for LGBT Pride Month, to commemorate the Stonewall riots, which occurred at the end of June in 1969. As a result, many pride events are held during this month to recognize the impact LGBT people have had in the world. LGBT pride is the positive stance against discrimination a...

Emojis-Modern Hieroglyphs?

Emojis-Modern Hieroglyphs?

Shifa Maqsood, Reporter

June 5, 2019


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Whenever, I send an emotional text, and I do not put an emoji, I feel as if my message would not be understood fully. It happens to many of us, thus putting an appropriate emoji has become an obligation in this era of smartphones. In fact, emojis are everywhere, hundreds of them, representing many skin...

The Legend of The City of Troy

The Legend of The City of Troy

Marat Potapov, Reporter

June 5, 2019


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The Legend of Troy is such a well known story that even after happening  over 10,000 years ago, it has persevered. If you ask most people on the street what Troy was, they will most likely mention the Trojan Horse or the legendary Achilles. However, did you know that the Legendary City actually existed? The Legend The...

BUBONIC PLAGUE KILLS COUPLE IN MONGOLIA

BUBONIC PLAGUE KILLS COUPLE IN MONGOLIA

Naheen Khan, Reporter

June 5, 2019


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It may be surprising to hear of the “bubonic plague” in mid 2019, unless you’re in a history class. There is a misconception that the plague is ancient history and only a apart of the middle ages. This plague was known as the Black Death, it wiped out millions of people in the Middle Ages, duri...

Give Us Validation!

Give Us Validation!

Naheen Khan, Reporter

March 27, 2019


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Uyghur Muslims are pushing for “proof of life” videos of their loved ones. China fell into a quandary when they released a video last weekend trying to suggest that a fellow Uyghur musician was alive. The musician's loved ones suspected that he had died by being worked to death in a Muslim detain...

Sparta vs Athens

Sparta vs Athens

Marat Potapov, Reporter

March 27, 2019


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Sparta V.S Athens In the world of Ancient Greece there were many cities and governments, each with their own personal attributes. However, none were as powerful, or as noisy, as the rivals of Athens and Sparta. Their societies were very different, each had their own culture and their own policies....

Is it snitching? Are you a snitch?

Is it snitching? Are you a snitch?

Emroyana Caesar, Reporter

March 27, 2019


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When an African American says, "The Culture," they are referring to the shared experience of black people in America.  The saying, "The Culture," isn't exclusively associated to black culture. Although more commonly associated or linked to black culture, it can also be used in reference to urban culture....

8 Facts About Spring

8 Facts About Spring

Mariam Moustafa, Reporter

March 27, 2019


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The first day of spring is called the vernal equinox. The term vernal is Latin for “spring” and equinox is Latin for “equal night." According to a Facebook study, couples are most likely to break up in the spring and two weeks before Christmas. The lowest breakup time was Christmas Day and fr...

Who Were The Flappers?

Who Were The Flappers?

Shifa Maqsood, Reporter

February 6, 2019


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1920s America had so much going on. World War I had ended and the country was ushered into the era of prosperity and advancements. Cultural and technological inventions like insulin made lives longer for many people, while African American culture thrived during the Harlem Renaissance (a golden age of th...

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