September 26, 2017

How Wellesley racism impacts the nation

October 21, 2016

The disturbing conversation between a group of Wellesley High School students this summer shocked Wellesley residents, yet unified the town through a shared disgust in this display of

From the lens of international relations

January 29, 2015

Initially, I didn’t hear about Charlie Hebdo until a day after it happened. Even then, I heard spotty coverage and wasn’t completely sure what happened. When I researched

A hit close to home

January 28, 2015

Ever since the attack on the Charlie Hebdo satirical newspaper in Paris, journalists around the world have been debating the difference between freedom of speech and simply offending

Freedom of respect

January 26, 2015

The terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo is a cause for concern for people of all religions. The world wide press is mainly focused on the terrorist attack on

Hebdo’s request

January 23, 2015

The images and words printed by Charlie Hebdo can be viewed as offensive, maybe disturbing, immoral, horrifying even, and this is exactly why they are printed. Charlie Hebdo

Je suis juste moi

January 18, 2015

As a Muslim living in America, I am offended by having to defend others’ right to offend my beliefs.  Especially in the past few months, I feel like

We must fight on

January 17, 2015

“Do you know why people like violence?” Benedict Cumberbatch says in a low, empty voice, playing the role of Alan Turing in the recently released movie The Imitation

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