Unveiling Oppression: The Taliban’s War on Women’s Rights in Afghanistan
By Laurence Butt
Imagine for a moment, if you will, there is a politician, a soldier, and a civilian in a bar. I know this sounds like the start of a joke but stay with me for a moment. If you ask them why the US, and by extension NATO, was in Afghanistan, chances are they will give you a completely different answer. A politician would say that it is America’s duty as a powerful country to defeat evil and help create democracy in the region. A soldier would say it is his duty to defeat ...
Good Grief! ‘You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown’ takes the stage
By Sophia Monastra
Two or three years ago, my sister developed an addiction to “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” This wasn’t surprising, seeing as how she loves all things Peanuts, but her addiction led to me listening to the soundtrack on repeat for several months on end, memorizing almost all of the lyrics to every song and even landing a role as Snoopy for a musical compilation. Despite this inundation in the musical, it remains one of my all-time favorites.
So, it was ...