Millennials and the Reverse Exodus

Every Spring, thousands of young adults complete their undergraduate education and walk the stage in front of their family, friends and peers. After tens of thousands of dollars in student loans and ...

Nigeria’s Response to Boko Haram

The Islamist militant group Boko Haram, which translates to “western education is forbidden,” began its rise in Nigeria in the early 2000s. The group’s objective is to overthrow the current Nigerian ...

The (not so) Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review

Although it’s not hard to argue that Sony’s reboot of the Spider-Man series came too soon, the first Amazing Spider-Man film did fairly well for itself. It was a solid superhero flick that kick-start...

MOG Celebrates Two Million Visitors

One lucky Tacoma tourist was rewarded with a prize package worth about $8,000 just for wanting to check out some glass art. Museum of Glass director Susan Warner was beaming with pride: “It’s really,...

Clean Eating in an Urban Setting

Changing the routine of our everyday lives, trying new things and stepping out of our comfort zone can be difficult. Even when we know that something is better for us, it takes an almost “new year re...

The Rich, the Famous, the Flawed

At first glance, it may seem that celebrities are perfect. Their glowing skin, lustrous hair and pearly white teeth leave us feeling self-conscious about our own appearance. But all is not as it seem...