The Middle East

A Letter from a Yazidi Refugee

January 16, 2018 Khalaf Dakheel 0

Editor’s Note: This letter was originally published in The Jerusalem Post. By Khalaf Dakheel January 16, 2018 IDP camp, Iraq Dear World, I’m Khalaf Dakheel. I am a 17-year-old Yazidi. My people have always been peaceful and […]


Dow Jones Reaches All-Time High

January 16, 2018 Harrison Furman 0

By Harrison Furman The Dow Jones last Friday hit an all-time of 25,803 points. The exchange consists of 30 industrially diversified stocks. The 30 Stocks that are part of the Dow Jones are below. Stock values […]

Campus Politics

Be Careful Who You Get Outraged Over

January 16, 2018 Brian Davis 0

By Brian Davis Virtually anyone who spends time on social media or simply follows the news should recognize this trend: An outspoken, sometimes, controversial speaker, internet blogger, athlete, or professor will make a comment or […]


Blue Pins Explained

January 15, 2018 Cory Evans 0

By Cory Evans Probably the most common question American politicians ask when they meet high-level Japanese Members of Parliament is simply this: “What’s the blue ribbon lapel pin for?” All Members of Parliament in Japan […]

U.S. Politics

The Scales of Balancing Gender

January 15, 2018 Megan Lehman 0

By Megan Lehman There is almost no hot button issue more volatile than that of the equality between men and women. The 2016 presidential election mobilized women in a way not often seen since the […]

U.S. Politics

A Missed Opportunity

January 12, 2018 Jackson Richman 0

By Jackson Richman Barring an expected filibuster by Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), Congress will soon reauthorize Section 702 the Federal Intelligence Surveillance Act and miss out on an opportunity to reform and modify its purpose. The […]


The Rise of Craft Beer

January 11, 2018 Harrison Furman 0

By Harrison Furman The craft beer industry has reinvented itself over the last few years. Before we go in-depth about the industry, we should understand what is considered a craft beer. It is beer which […]

U.S. Politics

Rand Paul to Filibuster

January 11, 2018 Jackson Richman 0

By Jackson Richman On Thursday, with the House reauthorizing the Federal Intelligence Surveillance Act, set to expire on Jan. 19, the legislation now moves to the Senate where Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), known for his outspoken […]