Staff Writer Cristina Hernandez discusses organization ‘Otros Dreams en Acción’ and their work to help those deported from the U.S. adjust to life in Mexico and better process the transition.
Staff Writer Rebeca Camacho discusses the framework of the 2018 Brazilian presidential election and possible implications of Jair Bolsonaro’s policies in office.
Staff Writer Pankhuri Prasad discusses the nuances of the #MeToo movement from a different cultural perspective and explores the role of intersectionality in building a more global movement.
Staff Writer Hector Guzman looks into the motivations and repercussions of the destruction of art by and cultural artifacts in the Middle East.
Staff Writer Kahlil Ram reflects on America’s response to the Syrian Civil War, arguing that a policy of light U.S. involvement was not only justified but necessary due to the complicated regional dynamics at play.
Following her semester abroad in Cape Town, South Africa, Managing Editor Veronika Michels investigates the value of community action in connection with sport and childhood development in a country plagued by the social and economic reverberations of apartheid.
Staff Writer Pankhuri Prasad covers a GPS event on India’s technological advancement.