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Dolce and Gabbana’s Racist Ad

Brianna Li

November 25, 2018

The Italian fashion line, Dolce and Gabbana, released an ad campaign that critics say is "disrespectful and racist." The ad features a Chinese woman having trouble eating Italian food while using chopsticks. The backlash worsens...

The Most Beautiful Place on Earth

Emily Hahn

November 25, 2018

In 2002, the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) conducted a poll to determine the greatest Britons in history.  The top ten included some of the best-known people of western civilization such as William Shakespeare, Charles...

New Zealand and Birthright Citizenship

Emily Hahn

November 17, 2018

When the New Zealand filmmaker Peter Jackson was entrusted to bring J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings novels to the screen, it was a foregone conclusion that Jackson would choose his homeland as the backdrop for the epic...

Amazon’s New Headquarters

Luke Bakshandeh

November 15, 2018

    We have long been waiting for Amazon to pick where its new headquarters will be, and today we found out that Amazon will be heading to New York City and the Washington D.C. area. Amazon is planning on s...

Women Making History in Politics

Deme Apostolou

November 14, 2018

The November 2018 midterm elections were groundbreaking in terms of the amount of women elected to positions in Washington.  Over 100 women will be in the House of Representatives and Senate, shattering the old high.  With many...

Controversy over SAT Validity

Ella Malysa, International News Editor

November 9, 2018

Every year, 1.7 million high school students across the globe take the SAT, hoping to achieve the best score possible to get into the college of their dreams. Many students choose to begin studying months in advance before taking...

Lion Air Crash: Brand New Plane Erratically Crashes?

Esha Brar

October 30, 2018

The recent crash of the brand-new Indonesian Boeing flight 610 has been a shocking and unfathomable experience. The crash occurred just off of Indonesia, and the entire situation baffled experts since the plane was only 2 months ol...

Easter Island’s Societal Collapse

Emily Hahn

October 27, 2018

Easter Island is a land of mystery.  Images of the iconic monolithic statues, seemingly guarding this remote South Pacific Island, have puzzled historians for centuries and have inspired imaginary souls to proclaim it as the work of...

“The Forest of One” Reaching Its Demise

Esha Brar

October 20, 2018

The Pando Aspen Clone Forest, also known as the "Trembling Giant," which consists of more than 100 beautiful green and yellow aspen trees is dying at a rapid and threatening rate. Although it may seem that humans aren't at the...

Fiji’s History of Colonialism, Immigration, and Nationalism

Emily Hahn

October 13, 2018

Fiji is far away: really far.  A grueling 6-hour flight from New York to Los Angeles is just an appetizer, finished off with the main flight to Fiji that lasts almost 12 hours.  During this seemingly perpetual journey, the exha...

Faroe Islands’ Whale Hunting Tradition

Emily Hahn, Editor-in-Chief

September 26, 2018

Not long after St. Patrick brought Christianity to Ireland, Celtic monks braved the harsh waters of the North Sea, and sailed two days and one summer night towards Polaris, reaching the rugged and rocky shores of the Faroe Islands. ...

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