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International community gets creative to solve Syrian issues

Natalia Pozuelo-Arbide, Staff Reporter February 27, 2020

A  recent New York Times article stated that a media-collaboration between the International Rescue Committee and educators from Syria, Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon will launch a humanitarian aid mission...

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Jeff Bezos to make large donation for climate change

Emel Terzioglu February 27, 2020

Last week, Amazon CEO and the world’s richest man Jeff Bezos said that he would commit $10 billion to aid in the fight against climate change.  Bezos aims to create a new initiative called the Bezos...

Iraqi women take to the streets to protest gender segregation

Emel Terzloglu February 27, 2020

In mid February, in Tahir Square, Baghdad, hundreds of women marched the streets chanting, “We will give our soul and blood to Iraq and only Iraq.” The Iraqi women were a sea of pink and purple, holding...

“Kent State Gun Girl” met with backlash at Ohio University

Patrick Kane, Staff Reporter February 27, 2020

In May 2018, Kaitlin Bennett, a Biology major at Kent State University, gained notoriety when she open-carried her AR-10 rifle during her graduation. Since then, she has become a noted gun rights activist,...

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President Trump Faces Backlash After Interference With Roger Stone’s Criminal Case

Patrick Kidwell, Staff Writer February 22, 2020

On Tuesday, Feb. 11, Trump criticized how Attorney General William Barr and the Department of Justice handled the case of Roger Stone, a former Trump adviser accused of lying to congress, obstruction of...

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Bernie Sanders Wins New Hampshire Primary

Patrick Kane, Staff Writer February 22, 2020

After the political embarrassment that was the Iowa Democratic Caucuses, the New Hampshire primary, held on Feb. 11th, produced a clearcut victor: Vermont Sen.Senator Bernie Sanders. However, despite easily...

Romney Votes to Convict in spite of Forseen Trump Acquittal

Patrick Kane, Staff Reporter February 13, 2020

 On Feb. 5, the U.S. Senate formally voted to acquit President Donald J. Trump on both charges of corruption for which he was impeached by the House of Representatives. The outcome, which was almost a...

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Iowa Caucus Overshadowed by Reporting Inaccuracies

Patrick Kidwell, Staff Reporter February 13, 2020

Close to 176,000 registered Iowans filed in line at their local caucuses on Monday, Feb. 3. As noted by the Associated Press, this number marks a slight surge from the 2016 contest between Sen. Bernie...

Immigration officials go to court to get Denver records

The Associated Press February 13, 2020

 U.S. immigration officials are asking a federal judge to force Denver to turn over information about three men accused of crimes who are subject to deportation after the city refused to comply with its...

Coronavirus infects 42,638 in China

Andrew Gilkey, World News Editor February 13, 2020

According to Chinese officials, the number of coronavirus infections in the subcontinent risen to 42,638. Likewise, the death toll risen: 1,016 people have died from the illness Feb 11, which has surpassed...

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U.N. court order to Myanmar to prevent genocide against Rohingya

Natalia Pozuelo-Arbide January 30, 2020

In 2016, Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi was the de facto state counselor of Myanmar, known for her efforts in bringing democracy to that country. Currently, she faces criticism for supporting...

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Fourth case of new coronavirus confirmed in the U.S.

Andrew Gilkey, World News Editor January 30, 2020

Maricopa County health officials told The New York Times that an adult patient who was a student from Arizona State University had contracted the new coronavirus. As of Jan. 28 this is the fifth case of...

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