World traveler — Adventuring to different corners of the globe contributes to understanding cultures

Kelly Cordingley, Staff Writer
April 8, 2011

Australia. Rwanda. Morocco. Paris. Amsterdam. Canada. Belgium. Senior Walter Vaughn has traveled to many countries with his family. “I’m reminded by my parents how fortunate I am to have traveled so much at an early age,” Vaughn said. Vaughn took his first trip to Australia when he was 15 years... Read more »

People to People International connects students to new cultures

Annie Matheis, News Editor
April 8, 2011

A letter arrived in the mail with People to People Ambassador Program stamped on the envelope. Sophomore Alex Robinson tossed the letter aside, believing it to be a scam. But, after researching it online, Alex found out People to People is an organization meant to bring different cultures together. “I... Read more »

Pakistani leader murdered for promoting Democratic ideals

Emily Brown, Copy Editor
January 26, 2011

Salman Taseer, governor of Punjab province, stood up for what he believed in. He campaigned vigorously against Pakistan’s blasphemy law. If you insult Islam, it is a crime punishable by death. Taseer grew up with democratic ideals that he learned from his western style school, but he still considered... Read more »