United States

May 12, 2017 - 6:00pm
SU students from across the country represent the United States' divided perceptions of climate change.

For Eric King, learning about climate change for the first time was a confusing experience. His eighth grade science class in Columbus, Ohio, was taught two different theories: First, that the changes in weather patterns were part of the natural rhythms of the Earth and not connected to human actions, and second, that climate change was a consequence of greenhouse gas emissions and other human activities. 

 “At the end people walked out saying ‘well no one really knows what’s going on,’” the magazine journalism senior said.

February 29, 2016 - 12:08pm
As United States-Cuba relations continue to strengthen, the island nation's people await to see how these restored relations will impact Cuba's economy, and possibly, its culture.

The workers of Cuba all have a story. A story of struggle, hard work and survival.

“The maximum wage in Cuba is 40 CUC a month (one CUC = one USD); the average rent in Havana is 35 CUC a month,” a tour guide said. “You do the math.”