Is it Safe to Surf the Cyber Sea?

Accompanying the revolutionary digital world, is the heightened continuation of hacking, in which one who hacks can obtain company or personal data that can be sold for a profit; scamming people, blackmailing, and the use of ransomware tactics have also become more prevalent. Although not popularized in the news cycle recently, cybersecurity has quickly become…

Water Crisis

The continual difficulties and atrocities in Africa have been overshadowed in the news by coverage of the Trump-Russia scandal and the Syrian Crisis. In addition to political corruption and small proxy wars, purified drinking water has always been a dilemma in certain African nations. The crisis is multi-faceted with ever-changing geopolitical factors creating difficulties, including…

2018 Winter Olympics

The Winter Olympics have given the world chills with their jaw-dropping events and rigorous competition since 1924 in Chamonix, France. Now even more competitive, the 23rd Winter Olympics will be hosted in Pyeongchang, South Korea February 9-25, 2018. There will be thousands of athletes competing from roughly 92 countries in 102 events, such as bobsledding,…

Trailer: The Last Jedi

Last Monday night’s football game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Chicago Bears was more than just a football game; the world premier trailer for the new Star Wars film, “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” aired. Stormtroopers marched onto to field during halftime in a cloud of smoke. The trailer of the new flick was…

Taking a Knee

Since the beginning of the 2016 National Football League season, the American public has seen the act of kneeling or sitting during the National Anthem. This started as Colin Kaepernick, who was the San Francisco 49’ers quarterback, began to peacefully protest the racial oppression he saw in America. Kaepernick sat down on the bench at…

Syrian Crisis Gains Heat

Fifty-nine U.S. tomahawk cruise missiles struck a Syrian airbase on April 6, 2017 in reaction to a chemical warfare attack carried out by Syria’s current leader, Assad, on a civilian village on April 5, 2017. The airbase housed the planes that dropped the chemical agents. Assad’s chemical warfare attack killed 72 and injured more including…