Ramadan in Quarantine: the Worst Type of Hangry

Ramadan is a holy month in Islam spent self-reflecting. This year, it is spent in self-quarantine.

Jana Faour, Reviews and Copy Editor

May 5, 2020

After the first week of self-quarantine, it became clear that the only thing to look forward to daily was snack breaks. 48 days in, nothing has changed. However, as if the luck of humanity has not already been tested and impaired during this pandemic, the universe decided to tally another responsibility...

China’s Concentration Camp Secrets are a Blatant Ethnic Injustice

Two women in one of the many Muslim detention centers in Xinjiang, China.

Annabella Rivera, Staff Writer

October 19, 2019

Since 2014, Muslims residents of Xinjiang, China have been mysteriously admitted into "re-education" camps, and these camps are extremely secretive and kept from the public eye. Until recently, the Chinese government had these camps under wraps and the majority of citizens were unaware of what was going...

Burqas or Bikinis?

A Syrian Refugee sits in on an integration class.

Pablo Hanono, Staff Writer

October 2, 2017

Due to the impending crisis in the Middle East, a flood of Syrian refugees have come into Western Europe. Individual countries and the European Union (EU) have been trying to effectively deal with both the sheer number of immigrants and how to integrate them into society. Norway has taken a pioneering and ...

American Sniper – Patriotic or Borderline Offensive?

Is American Sniper just a documentary or is it something much more.

Robert DeDonatis, Staff Writer

February 11, 2015

American Sniper is a documentary film about the life of American sniper Chris Kyle, and how he struggles to maintain his wellbeing while facing the challenges of war, such as killing civilians with no hesitation. Released on Jan. 16, 2015, the movie attracted controversy because of its anti-Islamic...


The increased number of terrorist attacks has caused  a widespread hatred towards Muslim people, called Islamophobia.

Bhargavi Pochi, Editor

January 21, 2015

On Jan. 7, 2014, Islamic terrorists massacred 12 cartoonists at Charlie Hebdo headquarters in Paris, France. Subsequently, on Jan. 9 another Islamic terrorist held French citizens hostage in a Kosher Grocery store in Paris; 4 hostages were killed during the incident. But the history of terrorist attacks...

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