Devastation in Japan

Karly Palmar
July 14, 2011

First was the earthquake, and then came the tsunami. Unfortunately, this scene may seem too familiar to many of us. In 2004, Indonesia had an earthquake and a tsunami, killing 230,000 people in fourteen countries, and inundating coastal communities with waves up to 30 meters (100 feet) high. Similarly,... Read more »

Downing a Dictator

Nick Kumar
July 14, 2011

Libya is a North African country that borders the Mediterranean Sea to the North, Egypt to the West, and Tunisia and Algeria to the East. Libya is a tribal society, where most of the population lives along the Mediterranean Sea. The leader of Libya is Muammar Qaddafi, a revolutionist who has led Libya... Read more »

Raising Our Voices to Change the World

Ashley Williams
April 24, 2009

Christmas—a time for family and fellowship, love and good cheer, a celebration of the birth of our Savior. It’s a time when giddy children lay their sleepy heads to bed, and visions of sugarplums dance in their heads. This is the popular conception of what Christmas should be like. However, on the... Read more »

The G-20 Summit: Our World Working Together

Ashley Williams
March 13, 2009

On April 2, 2009, the U.S. will come together with other world leaders in a united attempt to pick up the pieces of the battered and bruised global economy. This conference of global leaders, also known as the Group of 20 Summit, will meet in London. During this meeting, President Barack Obama is expected... Read more »