International

College freshman Madhumitha Baby Kumar doesn’t know who she is. College is often considered a limbo between childhood and the real world in which students try to find themselves. This desire for self-discovery is sometimes heightened for international students like ...
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On Friday, April 1 from 6 to 9 p.m., the third annual International Festival and Emory World Cup will take place on McDonough Field. Hoping to bring together the Emory community to celebrate the campus’ incredible cultural diversity, the event ...
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Venturing far away from home and immersing oneself into a new community while having to use a non-native language can be a formidable challenge. However, international students traveling to Emory to receive a college education can take advantage of the ...

Last Monday, College sophomore Andrew Alter responded to a piece that I wrote two weeks ago about Netanyahu and the recent Israeli election. I liked Alter’s article. It was intelligently and clearly written, and I learned from it. And moreover, I ...

The suspension of nuclear-related economic sanctions on Iran is a dangerous attempt by the White House to make peace with a Middle Eastern country that has continually supported terrorist organizations around the world. This deal is a poorly made short-term ...

For the past half-year, China has been quietly recruiting countries to join a new international bank that will fund infrastructure projects in the developing world. The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is a thinly veiled component of China’s “New Silk ...

  On March 17, Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party won a plurality of seats in the Knesset (Israeli parliament), practically ensuring his fourth premiership. Since the election, much of the international community, including the United States, have begun reevaluating their relationships ...

Last Thursday, when I saw that the United States, Iran and other world powers finally established a framework nuclear agreement I felt a rush of joy — a swelling of mild euphoria rushed from my chest throughout my body, reaffirming ...

The Jewish people are once again under the same threat that they have been for most of their history: that of extremism. Jews have faced many forms of extremism, ranging from the Spanish Inquisition, to Eastern European pogroms, to the ...