Contributing writer Isabella De Silva speaks out on the socio-cultural role so-called Romeo pimps play in Mexico.
Editor in Chief Mekalyn Rose analyzes a recent illegal attempt to contact an isolated tribe, and the clashing viewpoints over the ethics of integrating indigenous groups into mainstream society.
Staff Writer Hector Guzman explores the roles of art in nation healing following the Rwandan genocide and the Srebrenica massacre.
Staff writer Hector Guzman explores the controversy around Finnish artist Jani Leinonen’s recently exhibited art piece “McJesus,” its commentary on faith and implications on artistic censorship.
Staff Writer Ariana Roshanzaer sheds light on how Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s policies are threatening both the environment and the indigenous tribes of the Amazon.
Staff Writer Deborah Jeong reviews the Global Forum event meant to help students explore global citizenship through two guest speakers discussing travel, working abroad and getting involved in your host community.
Staff Writer Hector Guzman looks into the motivations and repercussions of the destruction of art by and cultural artifacts in the Middle East.