Tuesday, September 22, 2020

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Why you should read the classics

In 1815, Edmond Dantes was betrayed by his friends on his wedding day and imprisoned for 14 years before making a daring...

Allyship in the digital age

In light of the recent events happening in the United States surrounding the George Floyd and now Jacob Blake protests, you’ve probably...

Advice for new students in a new age of learning

With the fall semester beginning, a new wave of students will soon flood the school. If you are one of them, you...
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International students face old and new challenges amid the COVID-19 pandemic

The sudden shuttering of the global economy took a toll on nations worldwide. Businesses were forced to shut down, people lost their jobs and homes, and many are continuing to struggle to make ends meet.      

Finding optimism during pessimistic times

Quarantine left me wondering what exactly optimism is and why it is something that we continue to desire. Is it a smokescreen...

Editorial: The weight of helplessness

On August 4, 2020, a stream of heavy smoke rises into the hazy blue sky before it is quickly replaced by the...

Clearing the mental “Fogg” and getting things done

I’m a procrastinator. There, I said it. I have a hard time focusing on what needs to be done and find myself...

Searching for justice in Palestine

Hazem Hussain is supposed to be in a graduate business program in California right now, but unfortunately hes not allowed to be there. Israel...

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