Cuba

Before Irma pummeled into Georgia, knocking down trees and leaving thousands without power, the then-hurricane ravaged Florida and Caribbean islands, places that some Emory students call home. Category 5 Hurricane Irma hit Cuba Saturday morning with maximum wind speeds of ...

On Jan. 1, 1959, Fulgencio Batista and his supporters fled Cuba. Shortly thereafter, Fidel Castro began his reign in Havana, over time eliminating all hopes of freedom that were promised to those on the island nation. It ushered in a ...

As of Friday, Jan. 16, Americans will now be allowed to travel to Cuba without a special government license. This move is part of the Obama administration’s normalization of relations with Cuba, which also includes liberalization of trade restrictions, increasing ...

When one mentions the island nation of Cuba, the first few thoughts that would probably enter our minds would be about the 1962 “Cuban Missile Crisis,” communism and Guantanamo Bay. There is more to Cuba than this. Despite being a ...