Walls: A Brief History & Future Possibilities

By Trevor Klaus Talking politics these days is always quite the sensitive issue, regardless of which country is being talked about or where exactly one falls on the political spectrum.  However, it always fascinates me to find parallels and differences in the causes and effects between similar political decisions made by different countries. One of…

Where is the love – by Tiffany Nagy

When you visit a new place, you don’t really think about some of the things that happened in the past for that place to get to where it is today. No knowledge of the hardships, the pain, or the suffering that people went through. Today, I learned about those hardships, I learned about the pain,…

More to a name – by Chris Gustafson

Living in Syracuse, New York for four years, I’ve only known the “Orangemen” as the athletics program of Syracuse University. After today however I’ve come to realize that the name represents far more than a college sports team, and instead is a part of a long, and still partially ongoing battle of religious and political…