Politics

The Rising of the Palestinian Flag for the First Time at the U.N

The Rising of the Palestinian Flag for the First Time at the U.N

  Labeled for noncommercial use. © Andrew Kelly / Reuters By Noura Dakka, News Editor Fluttering under the grey skies, the Palestinian Flag has been raised outside of the United Nations headquarters in New York for the first time. Mahmoud...

 

Christie faces tough battle over pension reform

Christie faces tough battle over pension reform

  Chris Christie, who signed bipartisan pension reform in 2011, faces a difficult battle over rapidly inflating pension costs. (Courtesy of MCT Campus) By: Brandon Reno, contributing writer. A storm is brewing yet again in the state house...

 

France votes for Recognition of Palestinian State

France votes for Recognition of Palestinian State

Photo Courtesy of France24 By Fellix Lyu, Online Editor As the fourth European country to support the idea of Palestine being recognized as a state, France had also backed the decision of resolving the peace process of the Middle East. Earlier...

 

Iran Nuclear Talks

Iran Nuclear Talks

Photo Courtesy of BBC By Jenny Hernandez, Staff Writer Earlier this week, Iran and The Six Powers attempted to discuss talks of Iran’s Nuclear Program, however, the discussion failed to reach an agreement once again. As a finish line...

 

Leonardo DiCaprio at UN HQ: “You can make history, or you can be villified by it”

Leonardo DiCaprio at UN HQ: “You can make history, or you can be villified by it”

Courtesy of mirror.co.uk By Adrian Yllatopa, Staff Writer The suddenly star-studded event of the annual United Nations Climate Summit was presented with the appearance of Titanic and Wolf of Wall Street star, Leonardo DiCaprio. DiCaprio presented...

 

An Education on Our Executive: The Two Candidates

An Education on Our Executive: The Two Candidates

Courtesy of northjersy.com By Anthony Giordano, Contributing Writer Kathleen Donovan versus James Tedesco will prove to be an intriguing race for Bergen County Executive. Now to pose a question to all of our readers, do you know who either of...

 

Iraq’s Ongoing Turmoil

Iraq’s Ongoing Turmoil

Kurdish Peshmerga fighters along a frontline position protect the main highway By Gabe Wanissian, Sports Editor The location that was once Ancient Babylon – now Iraq, has seldom seen long bouts of harmony; the current whirlwind of battles...

 

The 21st Century Inquisition

The 21st Century Inquisition

Courtesy of thedisorderofthings.com By: Editor in Chief Ricardo Montero-Hernandez Persecution of the LGBT Community is as constant and fierce as it has been against any group. Countries all over the world are taking political action against...

 

The 21st Century Inquisition

The 21st Century Inquisition

Courtesy of MCT Campus By: Editor in Chief, Ricardo Montero-Hernandez Persecution of the LGBT Community is as constant and fierce as it has been against any group. Countries all over the world are taking political action against members of...

 

Ukraine: Mere Days After

Ukraine: Mere Days After

Courtesy of DW.de By: Staff Writer Joseph Cirilo Ukraine’s president, Viktor Yanukovych is at large, wanted for the “mass killings” of civilian protesters at Independence Square in Kiev, Ukraine. At this time, the new speaker of Parliament...