2 min read On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, the world watched in horror as the World Trade Center collapsed.
2 min read Now I realize that Syrian president Bashar al-Assad is capable of doing anything to keep the presidency throne. Now that he is protected from Russia and Iran, he commits all kind of crimes and violations to his people, but does America have a say in that?
5 min read The sun shone through the blinds into the room with off-white walls, bringing with it the warmth of a spring day, amiable energy and the comfort of a safe space. Is there such a place? After all, “I feel a sense of self here.”
2 min read I couldn’t be more proud of those young rebels! I couldn’t do anything but being impressed about how revolutionary and civilized they expressed their anger about what happened on Feb. 14.
2 min read The right to free expression is the best idea to come out of the enlightenment era. The Founding Fathers understood this when they decided to place it number one in a list of fundamental restrictions placed on the government; Which created, for this little experiment of theirs called, the United States of America.
4 min read On March 19, Austin, Texas police department confirmed a suspected serial bomber is attacking their city. A total of five mysterious bombing incidents have occurred this month only, and the residents of Austin, Texas are living in fear. The most recent mysterious bombing occurred on Wednesday, March 21 at a FedEx facility in Schertz, near San Antonio at about 1 a.m.
3 min read When it comes to entering the working world and creating lives of our own, it is no secret that we can often face some hard and discouraging times while we are trying to get our footing in “the real world.”
2 min read On a cold and windy 25 degrees morning, nearly two hundred Radford University students, faculty, and staff gathered at the campus fountain in a peaceful protest to push for gun reform.