Monthly Archives: October 2013

Shaping Public Opinion

By Tim Allan The modern pace of the media in our society is faster than at any other point in human history. People face a constant influx of opinions, polls, and organizations fighting for influence.  It is a battle the group … Continue reading

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GBSS: Gender-Biased Sex Selection in India and China

By Megan Ekhaml Gender-Biased Sex Selection. In layman’s terms: aborting a child based on sex alone. GBSS is most commonly practiced in India and China, where males are more highly valued than females. In China, the one-child policy has an … Continue reading

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Love: A Criminal Cabaret

By:  Stephanie Brown If you followed the news this summer, you’re probably familiar with pictures like this: The image above is one of many disturbing images taken at Gay Pride rallies and protests in Moscow and St. Petersburg this year. … Continue reading

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Malala#2030NOW

By Kristine Deveza One of the most impressive panelists at last week’s Social Good Summit was an unassuming teenage girl from Pakistan’s Swat Valley – Malala Yousafzai. The official website of The Social Good Summit billed the three day conference … Continue reading

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By Jesselle Macatiag Egypt currently has no laws to protect journalists and freedom of speech. That fact is becoming clear as the interim military government censures, detains and expels journalists who present opposing viewpoints. The Newseum World Press Freedom map … Continue reading

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