Review: U.S.-China forward movements

Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in the U.S. on Sept. 22, on his first state visit since his election in 2012. While here he...

Native resistance to Canadian pipelines

Like the U.S., Canada has a long, sordid history of settler-colonialism. Exploitation of Indigenous nations continues today as nearly a dozen different energy corporations...

Russian sanctions: Only hurting the little guys

In order to ensure that Russia will abide by the agreements made during February’s Minsk Ceasefire Agreement the European Union decided to extend economic...

Trump’s immigration plan and its effect on Oregon

With the 2016 presidential election on the horizon, political parties are setting up their candidates and platforms to try to snag the executive office....

Change of heart: Why Spain has been slow to react for...

The flood of refugees making the dangerous journey, risking their lives to reach European soil, is surely a test of unity within the politico-economic...

The migrations of opportunity

Fall is here, which means the yearly migration towards classroom doors for eager college students is underway. As this seasonal migration occurs, universities around...

Russia’s war in Syria

The BBC reported that, since 2011, the Syrian civil war has claimed the lives of more than 200,000 people and has driven approximately 11...

North and South Korea, tensions still high

In August, Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s head of state, and democratic party and army leader, threatened to bring war to South Korea, giving a 48-hour...

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Arts & Culture

LARP it up, suckers: How to die at the end of...

LARP IT UP, SUCKERS: HOW TO DIE AT THE END OF MY MAGIC MISSILE Live-action roleplaying, or LARP, is the fine art of boffing a...

A serious laundry crisis

Opinion

Health care: Are you wasting money?

Health care is a new and tricky element for American consumers due to the Affordable Care Act. Most people over a certain age have...