Dolphins rack in season opener win against Chargers, 19-17

By Andres Cruz After their week one matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was postponed due to Hurricane Irma, the Miami Dolphins finally took the field on Sunday to play their season Opener during week two against the Los Angeles Chargers in Los Angeles. The game was closely contested the entire time, in what would… Read More Dolphins rack in season opener win against Chargers, 19-17

Trump’s Decision To End DACA Sparks Controversy

By Devin Dubon People are still reeling after President Donald Trump’s decision to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. This decision was announced on Tuesday, September 5th by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. AG Sessions officially announces that DACA program "is being rescinded." pic.twitter.com/0AoBimpRC3 — Mark Knoller (@markknoller) September 5, 2017 DACA was a… Read More Trump’s Decision To End DACA Sparks Controversy

‘I’m Not Afraid.’ 500,000 Barcelona Peace Marchers Take the Streets of Spain

By Rozany Guzman On August 26, 2017 hundreds of thousands of marchers filled the streets of Barcelona to the brim, peacefully shouting a powerful statement, “I’m not afraid” – a public act of rejection against the August 17th terrorist attack in the famed Las Ramblas boulevard. Those who led the march were the very emergency… Read More ‘I’m Not Afraid.’ 500,000 Barcelona Peace Marchers Take the Streets of Spain

White Nationalism Brings Violence to Charlottesville, Va.

By Alexandra Reboredo  On Saturday, white nationalists gathered in Charlottesville, Virginia for the “Unite the Right” march. Met with opposition, the rally quickly escalated into a brawl; leading to three deaths, and at least 34 injuries. The rally was originally to protest the plan by local officials to remove a statue of Robert E. Lee–military… Read More White Nationalism Brings Violence to Charlottesville, Va.