The eruption of the protests in Hong Kong has reinvigorated the contentious debate on how closely Taiwan should align itself with China. As the violence increases, the island nation is forced to consider that while today it is Hong Kong, it very well may be that tomorrow, China’s attention may be turned to Taiwan.
How the Marijuana Justice Act would affect those who are incarcerated and the financial aid process of funding college for those who have marijuana-related convictions.
In this conversation, Dr. Rodriguez discusses the Northern Triangle of Central America, what factors are affecting immigration from this area, and unaccompanied minors who are coming to the United States.
Dr. Nishikawa-Chavez discusses how immigrants and asylum seekers are engaging with the U.S political system. As well as the differences in how Democrats and Republicans have engaged with immigrants now and in the past.
Each year, the number of women incarcerated in America continues to increase at an alarming rate. These women need to learn how to spread their wings once they’ve been released. Women on the Rise, an Atlanta organization, is providing support to previously incarcerated women and catalyzing policy change through activism.
A communication professor who volunteers with the Interfaith Welcome Coalition discusses the challenges facing immigrants and asylum seekers who are attempting to enter the United States.
A mental health crisis on college campuses has prompted controversy over how much responsibility the university has in providing mental health services.
The acceptance of a $3.69 million grant from the Charles Koch Foundation for the Eudaimonia Institute sparks controversy at Wake Forest.
In Washington, D.C., Go-Go music is used as a way for native D.C. residents to protest the gentrification occurring in their city.
With colleges becoming more and more expensive, students are looking for new ways to finance their education. One new option which students are utilizing is sugaring.