Over four years after the story of the Flint Water Crisis first made headlines around the world, the residents of Flint, Michigan, still do not…View More After over 1600 days, Flint, Michigan still does not have clean water
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As climate change begins to affect the production of food we eat every day, the world’s diet may have to undergo a dramatic transformation. Currently,…View More Are forgotten foods the solution to climate change?
When discussing academia, it is almost wholly impossible to leave out the power trio of politics, power, and market sensitivity. The comingling of these three…View More Strike out the Discourse, March Straight to the Facts
Cage fighting and combat sports have long been associations of angry young men. With the proliferation of televised bouts of Mixed Martial Arts being projected…View More Tajikistan – Cage fighting and Extremism in Central Asia
In a ceremony complete with trumpets, dancing, and a speech delivered by Haitian President Jovenel Moise, the blue flag of the United Nations, which has…View More Success Amid Scandal: The United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti
Working on the latest article discussing China’s bystander position in the refugee crisis in Europe, I began to be curious about whether China has ever…View More Refugees in China: Who are they and how do they live? (A Continuation of the article on China’s bystander position in the refugee crises)
Ring-a-round the rosie, A pocket full of posies, Ashes! Ashes! We all fall down. Most of us can recall vague memories of studying the Black…View More We All Fall Down: Reflections on the current plague outbreak in Madagascar