Tag: Politics

Global Events

Malala Yousafzai and the Dynamics of Story-Telling

By: Naila Sahar My relationship with Malala Yousafzai, the famous youngest Nobel prize winner from Pakistan, has been ...
Global Events

Debating Jerusalem

By: Schondra Aytch Last week, Trump acknowledged Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Breaking a 70-year peace consensus, ...
Opinion Pieces

Less Welfare, More Economy BLUE COLUMN

By: Maris Lambie Raising minimum wage has been a hot topic in the United States for the past ...
Opinion Pieces

Raising the Miminum Wage Slows Job Creation RED COLUMN

By: Matthew Issent Discussions over the minimum wage have, rightfully, been focused on raising the standard of living ...
Local Events

Utility Costs in WNY

By: Brett Williams Buffalo and Western New York are known across the country for having some of the ...
National Events

The Cost of Commute

By: Schondra Aytch Before focusing my mind to write a thoughtful article on local transportation, I missed the ...
Dec 2017Local Events

Buffalo’s Unemployment Influx

By: Schondra Aytch This past October, New York State Governor, Andrew Cuomo spoke of significant progress of the ...
Dec 2017Local Events

WNY Winter with No Shelter

By: Maegan Jones In the US alone, over 500,000 people are homeless. According to a report by the ...
Dec 2017Opinion Pieces

Whose City?

By: Faizan Haq, Editor-in-Chief Hildegard Von Bingen, a Christian German poet of the Crusaders’ time, wrote of Jerusalem. ...
Current ArticlesNov 2017Opinion Pieces

Narrative Silos and The Collective Awards

By: Faizan Haq, Editor-in-Chief Bending out of shape for nothing, or for very little, has become a new ...