October 2017

Cultural History
Andrea Chavez

Be aware of the Chupacabras

Although the earliest reported sightings of the chupacabra were in the 1990s, the legendary creature has become deeply seated in the public consciousness. Those who

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African and African American Studies
Troy Leonard

Rwanda’s genocide of 1994

In Rwanda there are two ethic groups: the Hutu, which makes up the majority of the population, and the Tutsi, the minority. Tensions between these

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Classical History (600 BCE-600 CE)
Auroara-Juhl Nikkels

Medea did WHAT for love?

“Once upon a time…” is how many of our favorite love stories start. The couple meets, and complications arise, but in the end they have a happy

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