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By Thomas Klauck
Reshaping French history and thinking
By Kuba Wasowicz
The darkness behind a colorful passport
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What does love mean to you?
By Amaar Asif
An immigrant’s intertwined crises of determining who we are and why we are
By Rivita Goyle
Follow the music
By Landon Wexler
Insights from a Birthright trip to Israel
By Krishna Pamidi
Grandfather clocks and gaudy mansions. Here’s a way to get there.
By Saniya More
Understanding “I don’t understand you.”
Adding question marks to the idea of college.
By Yali Chen
Exploring identity through tattoo culture.
By Divya Murthy
The stories my New York City MetroCard could tell.
Lack of diversity in the news industry and its repercussions.
By Gabriela Knutson
An international student’s battles before and after graduation.
By Jez Sabaduquia
Walking through scenes of the Holocaust
By Tobe Attah
Making a meaningful multimedia impact through bite-sized journalism
Being a triple-threat and embracing it.
By Gabriel Knutson
How the successful sports journalists combine sports journalism, racial issues, and politics.
By Pauline Gitau
Why giving international students flak for not landing a summer internship is not okay.
By Global Editorial Staff
SU students speak about why they attended March for Our Lives and what it meant to them.
By Divya Murthy and Saniya More
How can power overcome its oppression?
Unboxing the familiar into the unfamiliar.
A walk down two memory lanes.
By Cella Desharnais
An open letter to an ever-growing community.
By Shrey Khanal
One college student’s mission to progress and unite humanity.
By Nikita Kakani
Stepping out of your comfort zone can be a challenge — especially when you’re under society’s scrutiny.
How one night captured a harsh cultural divide.
By Nathan Shearn
In a world where rights are snatched and activism is thriving, what role do protestors play?
By Kehui Li
How little things like the drifting smell of shampoo and warm sunrays bring home closer.
By Tsz Yan (Kitty) Lo
Moving from the bustling traffic in Hong Kong to the top of a tree in San Jose, CA
By Sundiata Addison
At Stronghearts Café, seemingly innocuous or quirky flavors can send out the wrong message.
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