The contemporary tale of diamond mining in Africa is a story about postcolonial states and the issues they face. For the nation of Sierra Leone, the story of the diamond rush brings to the forefront … [Read more...] about Blood Diamonds, Hezbollah, and Diaspora: A Story of A Globalized Economy
Archives for November 2017
When the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria stormed the gates of the Iraqi city of Mosul at 2:30AM on June 4th, 2014, the entire world had to face that the terror group had evolved beyond what anyone had … [Read more...] about ISIS and The Modern Evolution of Terror Financing
November is Native American Heritage Month, and you, like seemingly every other Florida State University student, probably had no idea. That is because despite being a school that revolves its … [Read more...] about Let’s Talk About the Seminoles
It has been 257 days since former San Francisco 49er quarterback Colin Kaepernick has had a job. Kaepernick, who led the 49ers to the Super Bowl during the 2012-2013 season, is now more recognized for … [Read more...] about How Will History Remember Colin Kaepernick?
“There are a lot of references to where we’ve been and where we are going,” said lead singer Dylan Graham about Central Florida’s Glass House Point's new EP, “Midnight Appetite.” They swung by … [Read more...] about Glass House Point’s New EP: A Tribute To Their Past And Future Selves
It’s been a long journey, in experiences and miles, for FSU Senior Terry Beck, beginning in his hometown of Slinger, Wisconsin, and culminating in his senior year at the College of Motion Picture Arts … [Read more...] about The Making of a Grand Finale: An Interview with Terry Beck