Yazmin Gomez Capturing the attention of a nation, Roe v. Wade was a landmark decision that has shaped judicial power and personal rights since its 1973 ruling. The 7-2 Supreme Continue Reading
Hemlock, a Floridian Female Whooping crane is often seen side by side to her new mate, Grasshopper. Grasshopper’s home is in Baraboo, WI a place known for its environmentalism. Aldo Continue Reading
Putin’s democracy is turning into dictatorship. There are many who believe that he should be held criminally responsible for corrupting the American election system. The former recon-centered KBG man shows Continue Reading
Oksana Shachko was a co founder of a feminist protest movement that was active during an extremely turbulent time for Ukraine. At age 31, she was found dead in her Continue Reading
In Lu Xun’s Nahan or A Call to Arms,” he makes an interesting comparison of Chinese society: Imagine an iron house without windows, absolutely indestructible, with many people fast asleep Continue Reading
In “Hut on the Mountain” by Can Xue we see an experimental story where there is no discernable plot, complex family relationships, and a crisis of identity all rooted in Continue Reading
Max Ophul’s film explores the limits of Classical Hollywood Cinema
A history of relations between the PRC, Taiwan, and the United States.
Income inequality examined in three countries, Japan, Germany, and the US
All religions have cases where there was violence involved, this is an exploration of two sides.