Every October, the Norwegian Nobel Committee decides the six people or organizations who have contributed the most to society that year, whether that be through…View More Peace-by-Tweet: Does Trump’s Novel Approach to North Korea Deserve a Nobel Peace Prize?
In the past few years, USAID humanitarian funding around the world has been under attack from the Trump Administration. This means that countless projects from…View More The Unintended Consequence of the US Counter-Terrorism Clarification Act
This month marked the final arguments of the American lawsuit Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) vs. Harvard University. Better known as ‘the Harvard Affirmative Action’…View More The Harvard Affirmative Action Lawsuit: Conceiving a World without ‘Race-Conscious’ Admissions
In a new age of ‘fake news’, ‘alternative facts’ and ‘post truth’ politics it is hard to trust if the news you are receiving is…View More Misinformation and Fake News – What Direction Will Media Take?
Since the 2008 global financial crisis, central banks across the globe have taken unprecedented steps to ensure the viability of the global economy. With a…View More Prudent or Pernicious? Central Bank Policy in a Time of (un)Certain Growth
325,339 students from universities across the United States went on study abroad programs in the academic year 2015/2016. This represents sixty per cent of the U.S.’s…View More Studying abroad and its unexpected side effects
Since the beginning of this year, certain states within the US have seen a drastic increase in the number of measles cases. The vast majority…View More In Vaccination, Science Denial is Dangerous
In recent years, the American Super Bowl and other large sporting events have come under fire for supposedly being a hotbed for sex traffickers. Host…View More Super Bowl Sex
Gabrielle Selby takes us through the recent developments with the shut down of the University of Farmington and what it says about current immigration choices in the U.S.View More How Trump-era immigration policies will affect those involved in the University of Farmington sting
As the final minutes of Election Day 2018 ticked away across the United States, a new era in Washington was set to begin. Former Democratic…View More A ‘New’ Day in American Politics: The American Midterm Elections
Twitter users have been asking to edit their tweets since the service launched in 2006. It’s since been one of the most requested Twitter features,…View More Could Twitter Finally Be Adding an Edit Button?
Thousands of people from three Central American countries — Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala — are slowly making their way through Mexico towards the U.S.…View More The Story Behind the ‘Caravan’