Syrian Unrest Hits Close to Home
By Jamie Weissman
At times, it can seem impossible to listen to the news and not hear about death and destruction throughout the world, as exemplified by recent controversy about Syrian President Bashar al-Assad using chemical weapons against his ...
Ten Days in Ethiopia
By Erin Serpico
While many students retreated home or went away on vacation for winter break this year, 20 brave students flew to Ethiopia for 10 days to embark on an alternative break serving the needy and connecting with their faith.
By Nkongho Beteck
The 2013 Israel election allowed Israelis to exercise their democratic right to vote, producing a large voter turnout and focusing on more domestic issues moving forward.
The Los Angeles Times reported results from the ...