By Gigi Alioto-Pier Women protest their limited rights on a street in the capital, Riyadh. On September 26, Saudi Arabian government officials passed a law that will begin to take effect in June of 2018. This law gives Saudi Arabian women the freedom to drive.
The Branson community reeled after the election of Donald J. Trump. S.T.R.I.V.E. leaders Sophia Leswing, Alexander Bates, and Saani Borge put up a poster where students could share their thoughts and emotions. Photo credit: Adriana Golden Once the post-election shock wore off, the planet was
Countdown to the Election By Adriana Golden photo from USA today, 6/7/2016 As the final week before the election looms before the candidates, the American electorate has shifted once more. Between Donald Trump’s recently-released tape of lewd comments about groping women to Hillary Clinton’s private
Branson Sophomore Henry Ashley saw a little of what it’s like to be a refugee. Henry was a part of a program studying immigration policies in Europe, where he witnessed first-hand the living conditions of people, predominantly Syrians, fleeing from conflict. “When first going to