Editor in Chief Omkar Mahajan gives a broad overview of the history of the discrimination that the Sami face in Scandinavia and how it continues to persist even in the present day.
Editor in Chief Omkar Mahajan describes the ongoing situation pertaining to the Buddhist architecture of Mes Aynak and it’s possible demolition by a Chinese Mining Company.
Editor-in-Chief Omkar Mahajan explains how the ancient Norse religion is suddenly experiencing a revival in Iceland.
Staff Writer James Truong discusses Studying Abroad in a 2-part series. The first discusses scholarship writing as an avenue for making studying abroad affordable. The second discusses the importance and reasons why one should study abroad.
Senior Editor Omkar Mahajan explains the trial of Libyan military leader Abdullah Senussi and why it is so controversial.
This week, Staff Writer Siru Rose Zhu discusses electromagnetic hypersensitivity and its implications in a world that is increasingly reliant on technology.
This week, Science Matters takes a look at the evolutionary pressures behind the striking eyespots of butterflies and caterpillars. By Senior Editor David Dannecker