HeForShe

Esther Zhang ‘18

December 8, 2014

Gender inequality has been a major issue in society for centuries. Whether it’s in ancient civilizations or everyday life, there have been many attempts to change society’s view on males and females. HeForShe is a campaign...

The Little Silver Lexus

Ruiyan Wang ‘17

December 8, 2014

The Little Black Dress is a staple of every woman’s wardrobe.  It is not necessarily the flashiest piece, but the LBD is universally accepted as a flattering and classic fashion icon. While on the surface, cars and dresses...

From Revolution to Republic: Tunisia

Saamia Khan '18

December 8, 2014

Though once a war-torn country ridden by corruption, North-African country Tunisia is now greatly improving. In the Middle East, democratic elections are rare, but November 23, 2014 marks the beginning of Tunisia’s first presidential...

A Push for Peace: the Aftermath of the 50-Day Israeli-Palestinian War

Sarah Ho ‘17

November 1, 2014

In response to the escalation of conflicts between Israel and Gaza, the Cairo conference, led by Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, has been scheduled in order to discuss the reconstruction of Gaza and to attempt to broker...

The Ebola Frenzy

The Ebola Frenzy

November 1, 2014

Pluto’s Identity Change

Pluto’s Identity Change

November 1, 2014

The Umbrella Revolution

Saamia Khan ‘18

November 1, 2014

Raging protests have taken over one of Asia’s largest financial centers: Hong Kong. Protesters took to the highways in absolute havoc, demanding free elections. Refusing to budge, police say that had to employ force. In effect,...

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