2011 Yemeni Revolution
Use Of Social Media In The Yemeni Revolution


On January 27, 2011, over 16,000 protestors met in Sana’a, the capital of Yemen, to protest the Yemeni government. These protests followed protests in Tunisia and Egypt, and was part of the Arab Spring. Yemeni President Saleh then announced on February 2 that he would not seek reelection in 2013 … Continue reading

Boko Haram
A Boko Haram Survivor Tells Of Her Ordeal

A Boko Haram Survivor Tells Of Her Ordeal

Boko Haram is a terrorist organization with a base of operations in northeastern Nigeria. In April of 2014, Boko Haram kidnapped 276 girls from a town called Chinok in northeast Nigeria. More than 50 of the girls were able to escape, but the remainder still have not been released. In … Continue reading

Junior Seau’s Family On His NFL Injuries

Junior Seau’s Family On His NFL Injuries

Junior Seau was a legendary NFL linebacker, known for his exceptional skills and contributions to the game. His tragic death and subsequent diagnosis of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) shed light on the long-term risks associated with repetitive head trauma in football and other contact sports. CTE is a degenerative brain … Continue reading

College Football Championship
Marcus Mariota Following National Championship Loss


On January 12, 2015, the Ohio State University Buckeyes defeated the Oregon Ducks 42-20 in the first College Football National Championship under the new playoff system. Following the loss, Oregon Quarterback Marcus Mariota discusses why the game didn’t go Oregon’s way.