30 Nov 2016

Students React to the Election Results

While it can be agreed that the 2016 election was crazy, it was also historic. With the Republicans back in office, Donald Trump will be the nation’s new president. Trump beat Hillary Clinton’s 228 electoral votes with 279 electoral votes. Now, for the next four years, the United...
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17 Apr 2016

President Visits Cuba

On March 20, 2016, President Barack Obama became the first sitting President to visit Cuba since Calvin Coolidge in January of 1928. During his two day visit, President Obama met with Cuban President, Raul Castro. ` President Obama gave a speech on Cuban television in which he...
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14 Mar 2016

Education for Syrian Refugees

Five million Syrians are refugees, and seven million are displaced in Syria and half of those are children. Most Syrian refugees remain in Jordan, Turkey, Iraq and Lebanon. About ten percent of the refugees have fled to Europe. In an effort to assist Syrian refugees with...
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07 Dec 2015

Climate Talks in Paris

Countries around the world are finally in agreement that change is now or never. Leaders from over 172 nations met in Paris, Monday, November 30, 2015 to begin the annual United Nations Conference of Parties on climate change. This two week long event takes place in Le Bourget,...
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