Catastrophic Oil Spill Leaves Russia in a State of Emergency

By Kelly Sanchez Communities, economies, and countries — they are always subjected to changes and development but at the price of an earthy, indispensable facet: Environmental reclines during modern times. As of May 29, Russia has been facing a critical environmental perturbation that has left it in a state of emergency after a power plant … Continue reading Catastrophic Oil Spill Leaves Russia in a State of Emergency

BTS FESTA 2020 – The Concluding Celebration On A Spirited Anniversary

By Angely Peña-Agramonte Anticipating. Exhilarated. Thrilled. ARMYs all around the world join screens today to commemorate their 7th anniversary together with the Korean boy group and K-pop sensation — 방탄소년단 (Bulletproof proof boyscouts), also known as BTS or Beyond the Scenes.  Their dances render the crowd speechless. Their music delves into the heart of millions. … Continue reading BTS FESTA 2020 – The Concluding Celebration On A Spirited Anniversary

Hatian Heritage Month: The First Black Republic

By Ajmaanie Andre For our country, For our forefathers, United let us march. This is the first sentence of La Dessalinienne, the Haitian National Anthem, which serves as a symbol and constant reminder of the pride within Haitian heritage and the country’s grueling fight to freedom. “I am proud to be Haitian regardless of what … Continue reading Hatian Heritage Month: The First Black Republic

We Are Proud and Always Will Be: Dominican Independence Day

By Angely Peña Dios, Patria, y, Libertad. These three words founded a nation that was in ruins. They gave glory to those who fought for liberty with their hearts, mind, and soul—and they removed the shackles of a country plagued by despotism. From a land ruled with hatred to a land built on trust and … Continue reading We Are Proud and Always Will Be: Dominican Independence Day

We Are One Pandemic Away from Mass Destruction And Here’s Why

By Fabiha Faruque Outbreaks of the current infectious disease, the Coronavirus, has instigated fear worldwide as people are concerned that the fast-spreading virus may inflict far too much harm before health officials can find not only a cure, but also a way to halt its expansion. The first case was detected in December 2019, and … Continue reading We Are One Pandemic Away from Mass Destruction And Here’s Why

Follow-Up On Hong Kong Protests: Hope in The Horizon

By Fabiha Faruque Hong Kong, a region that has maintained one of the most resilient economies in the world, is now an empty shell of its former self. It all started as a response to the proposed extradition bill that would have allowed for those wanted by Chinese officials to be deported from Hong Kong—a … Continue reading Follow-Up On Hong Kong Protests: Hope in The Horizon