Diversity receives spotlight at the Emmy Awards

  On Sept. 18, the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards were held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles to celebrate and recognize the work of television actors, actresses, and more. In contrast to the recent controversy surrounding the Oscars, the Emmy Awards were highly recognized… Keep Reading


When refugees come to our own shores

During the time of the Korean War, thousands of refugees fled overseas to countries in the Middle East that opened their borders for our misfortunate citizens. Half a century later, tables have flipped and Syria, with their continued internal turmoil, has become a country in… Keep Reading

News/News Briefs

News Briefs: US Election

Clinton takes off three days to recover from pneumonia Hilary Clinton abruptly fell ill while attending the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in New York City. Clinton’s doctors diagnosed her with pneumonia and she subsequently took three days off of from campaigning, and cancelled… Keep Reading


Movie Review: The Age of Shadows

Among the several Korean movies released this year that dealt with the Japanese occupation from 1910 to 1945, The Age of Shadows, released on Sept. 7, stands out amongst them all. With its unique focus on the secret spy interaction between the South Korean resistance… Keep Reading

Global News/News

Lone wolf suspected to have caused New York bombing

A homemade explosive device detonated in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City on Sept. 17. According to the city’s authorities, the accident resulted in 29 injured civilians. Suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami has since been taken into custody where authorities are currently investigating Rahami’s motives… Keep Reading


Want some “Fall” in your drinks?

A myriad of coffee shops along the sidewalk are busy changing their menu platforms. Workers scurry in and out, briskly sprinkling maple leaves all over and tinting their stores from cool shades of blue to gentle flames of orange and yellow. Bottles of bright blue… Keep Reading


A defense of journalism, maybe

Frankly, I am tired of typing the number 2016 in my articles. I imagine this is how writers felt last year, the year before, a century ago; there always seems to be a need to qualify a statement with the year it happened, as if… Keep Reading

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