Eduardo Alvarez/ Asst. Opinion Director For U.S.-Cuba relations, any normality would be revolutionary and both peoples would benefit from it. The two countries have always…
Clara Barros/Staff Writer Hurricane season starts on June 1st, 2018. It’s been eight months since Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, but the mayor of San…
Gabriella Pinos/Staff Writer On May 24, President Donald Trump sent a letter to North Korean Chairman Kim Jong-Un that called for the cancellation of their…
On April 8, President Barack Obama signed two executive actions designed to address pay inequality, signing the Equal Pay Act.
Ukraine remains in the middle of Europe and Russia — not only geographically, but politically and culturally.
Pre-med students may face a more difficult Medical College Admissions Test once the revamped version is administered in 2015.
From 2009-2010, about 3 percent of students in the United States graduated with a degree in liberal arts while the same statistics showed a business degree was the most popular. At the University, the most popular major remains business, accounting for 35 percent of all degrees conferred between 2011-2012. Noble Cook, a professor of history, dismisses the possibility of concern for liberal arts students, however.
The Latin American and Caribbean Center will sponsor an event on Sept. 26 at 6 p.m. titled “Damaged Beyond Repair? U.S.–Venezuela Relations” at the College of Business, Room 232, South Campus. Students attending this event will get the opportunity to hear the words of Patrick Duddy, former U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela.
President Obama announced his decision to delay Congressional voting on any military action in Syria in favor of a more diplomatic approach on the night of Sept. 10. His proposal includes working with Russian and Chinese officials, along with the U.N., to ensure that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad surrenders his chemical weapons peacefully. Students and staff commented.
Staff writer Lauren Bana suggests that Sen. Wendy Davis of Texas will be an inspiration for the women of America.