By Claudia Pascual As a Hillary Clinton supporter, I ask myself not what she can do for this country, but who will join her to govern the country. Hillary alone cannot change America: it takes a team to decide and shape its norms and future values. I hope she chooses a team of powerful women […]

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George and Amal Clooney met German Chancellor Angela Merkel Friday to talk about the refugee crisis, according to The Guardian. They commended her for Germany’s stance on the issues and spoke about ways in which the world can become more proactive regarding this issue. It was a positive meeting and when I read about it, […]

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There is a lot happening in women’s health care right now. The United Nations declared abortion to be a human right last week, and the Zika virus was declared an official public health emergency right around the same time. Here is where the two connect: since the Zika virus causes major birth defects, several Latin […]

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It’s the talk of the town, for the left-wing at least: climate change. With all of its menacing effects so far (displacement of both wildlife and people in the Arctic region is just one downfall), we still have yet to hear the Republicans utter a word, except to denounce the existence of it, but will […]

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Vegan News recognized America’s first school to go completely vegan on Wednesday. The MUSE School is a private school in California (shocker). Spanning from preschool to 12th grade, the MUSE School has long been dedicated to environmental sustainability. Their students learn the detailed technology behind solar-powered energy, and now, with the transition to a plant-based […]

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In the next fifteen years, world leaders of the United Nations are aiming to cultivate a planet where poverty does not exist. They want a world where inequality and injustice are worries of the past and where climate change is no longer a threat. To achieve this vision, they have dedicated themselves to promoting and […]

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Until news broke earlier this year that a deal was in the works between Iran and other members of the United Nations Security Council, it seemed that the nuclear question had been a strictly binary argument as of late. The compromise requires that either nuclear limitations are lightened and sanctions against Iran are lifted, or […]

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By Seline Jung, Social Media Editor @selinejung Last week I went on the first field trip I’ve been on since I was in high school. I had the wonderful opportunity to visit the United Nations in New York with some of my classmates from my “Diplomatic Practice” class. The trip was entirely funded by the […]

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