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As you make your rounds through the makeshift hospital your group has hastily set up, you pause and take a moment to process your surroundings
On the evening of January 27th, 1986, an engineer at a little-known company told his wife, “It’s going to blow up.” That man was Bob
The shootings that took place in October 2002 led to a surge of panic, fear, and terror, creating one of the most chaotic months that
Have you ever thought you were different or had people tell you you were different? Have you ever done things that seemed weird to others?
For decades, Latinos in the United States did not have a political voice. At the age of twenty-three, Willie Velásquez decided to change this. He
On April 20, 1999, seventeen-year-old Rachel Joy Scott spent the first two classes of the day drawing in her journal; it would be for the
What can a single image possibly say about our complex world? Of course, one picture can’t possibly capture everything. All of the tragedy and despair
When the Spanish conquistadors arrived in the valley of Mexico, they discovered something mystical. They viewed this place as the Venice of the New World.
This year will be a very important year for Mexico since it brings the opportunity for change with the presidential election. The past six years have not
Dan Cooper’s plane hijacking of November 24, 1971 is considered one of the greatest crimes to have ever been committed and has led investigators in