United States History

African and African American Studies
Max Lerma

Teaching Us R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

She possessed one of the strongest and most memorable voices in the history of music.  She captivated her audiences, then and now. Her amazing talent

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Pedro Gonzalez Aboyte

The Unabomber: Ted Kaczynski

Theodore “Ted” Kaczynski, nicknamed the “Unabomber,” killed and injured several people from 1978 to 1995 using mail bombs. Many experts on terrorism have difficulty in

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African and African American Studies
Nathan Hartley

Jimi Hendrix: Musical Protests

Jimi Hendrix stands before over 200,000 people about to make musical history. It’s 1969, in the middle of the war in Vietnam. The Vietnam War

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Cultural History
Bruno Montes de Oca

Apollo 13: A Successful Failure

In space flight history, there is nothing worse than the accidental loss of lives. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has been a very

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