The Boston Marathon And American Tragedy

Theodore Vermylen

May 13, 2015

On April 20, thirty thousand racers lined up to run and compete in the 119th annual Boston Marathon. However, this year's race was more significant than usual, as it commemorated the two-year anniversary of the 2013 Boston Mar...

Charlie Hebdo: One Month Later

John Beute

April 6, 2015

On the morning of January 7th, two Islamist terrorists broke into the offices of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris. The two masked gunmen, identified as brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi, opened fire, killing ...

U.S. Weapons And Yemen: Middle Eastern Turmoil

Liam Gannon

April 6, 2015

The turbulent nature of the Middle East seems to get stronger with every passing day. In recent months, the Houthi group, associated with the Shia Zaydi sect of Islam, has occupied Yemen’s government.  This group jumped...

Vaccinations: A Modern Necessity

Liam Gannon

April 6, 2015

When you think of Disneyland, the first thought that comes to your mind would usually not be a devastating outbreak. Unfortunately, Disneyland in Anaheim, California became a center of transmission of the measles virus, with...

Greek Elections: A New Beginning

Gerard Menna

March 28, 2015

Nearly three years ago, the last Greek election was held in June of 2012, during the Greek economic depression. And, for the first time ever, the left-wing party in Greece, SYRIZA, gained the majority in the Hellenic Parliament....

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