Our planet has a dark history of discriminating against minorities. Our ancestors did it, we continue to do so today and, sadly, it is very possible that the coming generations will find a new minority to continue this trend with. The tragedy is that discrimination is most definitely ingrained in our society. As children, discriminatory […]

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The title may sound like a joke, but CNN reporters recently discovered that it is easier than ever to buy orphaned children in Nigerian displacement camps. These children are either sold into prostitution, physical labor or are used by the terrorist group Boko Haram as suicide bombers. CNN correspondent Nima Elbagir went undercover and secretly […]

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By Amy Gorel, Staff Writer Trouble makers, hippies, righteous activists, people who want to make a difference… Everyone has very different perspectives on protesting. There are activists, there are those who believe all change occurs gradually by working with the government and there are others who just don’t care as much. Many of us at […]

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By Heather Hamacek, Staff Writer What is one to expect from an event called Condom Couture?  Well, condoms for one, and fashion for another.  Boston University’s chapter of Face Aids, an organization that helps fight HIV/AIDs in Africa and advocates for safe sex held the university’s first Condom Couture last Thursday night. The event worked […]

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