Attack in Thailand sheds light on country’s black-market guns problem

by Eve Jamilkowski Content warning: gun violence On October 6, Panya Kamrab, a recently fired police officer, armed with a knife and a handgun ended the lives of 36 people, 23 of them were children taking their daily afternoon nap at Young Children’s Development Center in Uthai Sawan, Thailand. He then drove home, shooting at passersby, arriving to kill his wife and child, and finally … Continue reading Attack in Thailand sheds light on country’s black-market guns problem

Abortion policies set to turn out voters at the polls in November

Eve Jamilkowski With the Dodds Supreme Court decision which led to the overturn of Roe V. Wade, many voters are now making decisions based on candidates’ positions on the hot-button topic. A POLITICO-Harvard survey asked 1,815 registered voters to note down which issues were “extremely important” in their upcoming congressional vote. Abortion ranked 4th, with 44% of all surveyed saying it is “extremely important.” While … Continue reading Abortion policies set to turn out voters at the polls in November

What is happening now in Ukraine 

by Eve Jamilkowski There is still consistent warfare taking place in Ukraine with Russia including a back-and-forth of losing and regaining various cities and regions. Artillery and heavy missile attacks claim lives. Russia has also defied international law by signing a referendum to illegally annex four territories of occupied Ukraine into Russian territory. Russia’s President Putin repeated previous threats of nuclear war to defend his … Continue reading What is happening now in Ukraine