Only a couple of days ago, people across the globe awoke to the news of wildfires, disastrous and monstrous wildfires blazing across Athens, Greece; news outlets plastering grave photographs across social media that stood as representation of the looming destruction that climate change has brought us face to face with. Unfortunately, this news came as … Continue reading The Birth of a New Era: Discussing Nascence in a Dying World
After the end of World War I and II, Western Europe began to witness and experience the spread of democratic regimes throughout, moving further past liberal motivations and towards better established democratic governmental frameworks. As nationalism became discredited, authoritarianism became detested, the drive for the free market and an open international network of trade and … Continue reading Green Pass Viewed as a Red Flag for Eurosceptics
On Sunday, July 11th, the Football Euro Cup Final took place. Individuals across the globe, especially in Europe, traveled to parties, bars, houses, and gathered to watch the final game between England and Italy. Tensions high, within the first two minutes of the game, England scored a goal, setting the tone and leaving Italians worried … Continue reading Accepted When You Win Attacked When You Lose
On July 4th, 1776, all members of the Continental Congress signed the Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia, establishing the 13 colonies’ separation from Great Britain, and recognizing a new sovereign state; this was the beginning of the United States of America. This day, all across the 50 states of the U.S., commemorates this declaration of … Continue reading Is July 4th a Cause for Celebration?
The Vatican, an independent city state within Rome, under the sovereign jurisdiction of the Holy See dates back to early Christianity. As its own entity of international law, while a religious institution and technically considered a ‘theocracy’ of sorts lead currently by Pope Francis, the Vatican’s strong influential presence in both, Italian politics, as well … Continue reading Questioning Secularism: The Vatican’s Role in Italy’s Latest Legislation
The second the last bell is rung, the last assignment has been submitted, or the last zoom class has been held, we know that summer is coming in full swing. We sit all year waiting for June to roll around; as we wait for the May showers to end, we know that the next month … Continue reading All Stand for June: The Origin of Pride
In the past couple months, the United States of America has been subject to an intensely rising bipartisan political climate, as well as an ugly exposed underbelly of the systematic and systemic racism that the country has been built on. With the killing of various Black individuals by police, a list so long, of which … Continue reading Fashion’s Roots In Racism: How the fight for justice is hereby “canceling” fashion as a result