The Siege of Mariupol

Logan Spurrier ‘22 Mariupol, Ukraine is an industrial port city on the northern coast of the…

Saint Javelin: Patron Saint of the Ukrainian Military

Logan Spurrier ‘22 In the waking hours of February 24th, 2022, the soldiers of the Russian…

Kyiv Sunk “Moscow”: Russian Warship Foundered by Ukraine

Logan Spurrier ‘22 On April 14th, 2022, the flagship of the Russian Black Seas Fleet, Moskva,…

University of Alabama Renames Building and Sparks Controversy

By Lexie Kauffman ‘22 In 1956, Autherine Lucy Foster became the first black student to enroll…

Talk It Out: Peaceful Discussions Provide Optimism For Calm Russo-Ukrainian Resolution

By Ethan Miller ’23 Tensions that have existed between Ukraine and Russia for years seem to…

Crouching Ukrainian, Hidden Kalashnikov: Ukraine Prepares as War Now Appears Imminent

By Logan Spurrier ’22 Russian troops began amassing on the Russian-Ukrainian border as early as mid-November…

How the French Celebrate Three Kings Day

Wren Hess ’23 Three Kings’ Day, otherwise known as Epiphany, is a Christian holiday that begins…

Naya Rivera’s Memory Lives on in “Snixxmas”

By Lexie Kauffman ‘22 On July 8, 2020, tragedy struck Ventura County, California. Actress Naya Rivera…

Will Times Square be Open on New Year’s Eve?

By Lily Aldrich ‘25 Will Times Square be open on New Year’s Eve? This question is…

How Omicron May Hurt Air Travel

By Nolan Miller ’23 The newest Coronavirus variant Omicron, discovered earlier this year, is posing a…