• Thailand’s Healthcare System
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    The healthcare system in Bangkok is amazing, as hospitals in the cities are known for their amazing service and procedure. However, healthcare outside of Bangkok in rural areas is a different story.

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  • Hong Kong’s Outburst
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    For the past few months, Hong Kong has been going through one of the toughest fights against their own government to keep the city democratic by not letting the Extradition Bill, proposed by the government, pass.

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  • A Foreign Opinion: The Firearm Crisis
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    According to CBS News, there have been a reported 382 mass shootings this year, as of September the first. (A mass shooting being, according to the FBI, "four or more murdered during an event with no ‘cooling-off period’ between the murders").

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  • LGBTQ+ History Month: Reflection and Review
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    This month, October, is a national LGBTQ+ history month. This month is dedicated to reflecting and celebrating LGBTQ+ past. Celebrating LGBTQ+ history month that allows for the agony and disrcimination and trauma that the community has experienced.

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  • The Highs and Lows of Al Franken
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    This is the story of how Al Fraken went from an influential democratic Minnesota senator, to becoming a widely resented figure after his sexual misconduct allegations pressured him to resign in January of 2018.

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  • UCI Championships Recap
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    The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Road World Championships were held this past week in Yorkshire, and they saw many extraordinary feats achieved and records broken in pursuit of the coveted rainbow bands denoting a world champion. Many storylines emerged from the eleven races that took place.

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  • UFNo
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    The last thing that I expected Tom DeLonge of Blink-182 to do outside of the band was become a conspiracy wacko. Now, you may have heard of Tom’s “To the Stars… Academy of Arts and Sciences.”

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  • The Language of Anti-Semitism
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    Even in the 21st century, the notorious Jewish stereotype survives on ignorance and the ever-present anti-semitism. In short, the stereotype is that all Jews have curly brown hair, a large hook nose, and lots of money.

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  • Greta and Climate Change
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    With her recent speech at the UN, Greta Thunberg became a symbol of the climate change movement. Millions of people rallied around her in the world to support and spread the idea of climate change. It is a courageous move, and actions are needed to stop the situation from exacerbating more.

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Also in this Issue

Hong Kong’s Outburst

For the past few months, Hong Kong has been going through one of the toughest fights against their own government to keep the city democratic by not letting the Extradition Bill, proposed by the government, pass. Read more →

The Highs and Lows of Al Franken

This is the story of how Al Fraken went from an influential democratic Minnesota senator, to becoming a widely resented figure after his sexual misconduct allegations pressured him to resign in January of 2018. Read more →