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Paris Letters Unite Schools

After the Paris attacks on Nov. 13, the world expressed its sympathies to those affected in many ways: Facebook added a feature to watermark profile pictures in the colors of the French flag, and...

Your World Today: A Look Into the Paris Attacks and the San Bernardino Shootings

Paris Attacks Shake the World As explosions and gunfire reverberated through Paris on Friday, Nov. 13, terror resounded throughout the world. Both the citizens of Paris and those of the rest of the world...

#PrayForAll

My phone erupted with notifications on Nov. 13. The terrorist attacks in Paris on multiple restaurants, a performance hall and a stadium overflowed every news source, constantly updating me on the latest death toll...

Paris talks offer hope in global warming

Only eight out of 278 Republicans in the United States Congress have accepted on-the-record the reality of man-made global warming, according to Politifact. Yes, you read that right: only eight.   Yet President Barack...

Religion Doesn’t Make People, People Make Religion

Let’s stop generalizing an entire religion. Let’s start separating religion from its followers. On Saturday, ISIS claimed responsibility for the terror attacks in Paris the previous day that took the lives of 129 people...

Stories from My Mixtape: The Paris Attacks/La Vie En Rose

Stories from My Mixtape is a column written by staff writer Jenny Zhu, centered around a certain song chosen to be played as you read the post. It’s 2 a.m. My mind is on the...