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Imagine being a twenty-year-old American college student coming back to your dorm room in Italy after spending the night at your significant other’s house. You’re
Winner of the Fall 2019 StMU History Media Award for Best Article in the Category of “People” Two million people are cheering her name, 750
Many people believe that Type 1 diabetes is similar to Type 2 diabetes, but these diseases are actually very different from each other. Type 1
n September 1939, Poland was invaded by Nazi Germany, an event that marked the beginning of one of the most devastating periods in human history.
he Winter months of 1932 had been rough for the dictator of Peru, Luis Miguel Sánchez Cerro. Following a great number of uprisings, he had
For students all around Russia, September 1 traditionally marks the end of a fun-filled summer and the start of a new school year. On this
The beginning of the twentieth century was a remarkable time in the development of transatlantic travel. The Industrial Revolution introduced a plethora of new technologies,
As the Soviet Union swept across Europe and claimed everything it set its eyes upon, the Allies worst fears proved to be justified. The Soviet
It was a hot July 1928, and Scottish scientist Dr. Alexander Fleming had long been fascinated by the harmful effects of bacteria and other microorganisms.