Op-Ed: A Robbery of Artistic Proportions: How the Louvre is Complicit in the Looting of Middle Eastern Treasures
Photo Credit: DBUK By Audrey HallManaging Editor The Musee du Louvre, the world’s most visited museum located in the center of Paris, has come under severe scrutiny as former Louvre President Jean-Luc Martinez has been charged with money laundering and alleged art trafficking. Martinez is said to have accepted falsified certificates of origin for several…
Hope Continues: The Restoration of Notre Dame
Photo Credit: Louis H. G, By Zuleyka Reyes-CerrilloContributing Writer Now that a few years have passed since the fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral, the site is being restored to its former glory, and experts are taking extreme precautions to ensure that another catastrophe doesn’t happen. Yet, this isn’t the first time the cathedral has…
Refugee Lives: Trauma, Celebrations, and Limbo
In 2011, the Syrian Civil War placed refugees on the global stage. Five years later, we only hear about refugees at campaign rallies. What is their situation today?