By Natalie Burduli The European Union has worked to promote peace and unity ever since its creation, and it has largely ensured the freedom, security, and flourishment of its people. Taking into account its rich history, diversity of languages, traditions, … Continue reading Message to Europeans 3.0: How Young Student Leaders Can Shape the Future of Europe
By Rebecca Fobbe On Sunday the 24th of September, the last of a series of breath-holding European elections was carried out. After the Dutch and French votes for their new respective heads of states, both events closely monitored due to … Continue reading Did We Get Used to Nazis (Again)?
And Dutch voters reject the Wilders movement The UCR Votes project started in the sociology class “New Social and Political Movements”, taught by professor Vazquez. For this course, all students have to set up an outreach project. The idea was … Continue reading UCR Votes: We All Want Jesse
While the news coverage of the refugee crisis might have slowed down; the refugees are still trying to settle somewhere, with many more still fleeing the terrors that face them in their homelands. Trying to find a better, safer, and … Continue reading Calais: All in all it’s just another brick in the wall