Op-Ed: We don’t all speak American…

By Tyler Vining – Managing Editor I have the great pleasure of going to school on the most diverse campus in the South. We usually measure diversity through race, ethnicity, gender, or religion, but strangely never in language. On my way from the parking deck to C Building or the …

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Faculty Editorial: Russia and Syria

By Dr. Amir Azarvan – Assistant Professor of Political Science Russia’s Involvement in The Syrian War: What Are We to Make of It? When viewed through the lens of the Western media, Russia’s military involvement in the Syrian war seems like a troubling development. We’re told, or are led to …

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Exploring China: The ancient city of Xi’an

One of the most vibrant cities I visited while participating in the International Scholar Laureate Program in China was the ancient city of Xi’an. Xi’an is best described as a relatively small metropolis, mixed with diverse architecture of both modern and ancient styles. The culture of Xi’an is also a …

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