Photo Credits: Zbynek Burival, Unsplash Emma P., journalist Even though oil has become an essential aspect of global economies and is vital to everything from transportation to… Read more “Catastrophe and the Oil Industry”
Category: Global News
Meet GWUOHS’ First Ever Co-Head of School
Julian-Alexandre W., journalist In a series of shocking events, from Ms. Giraldo’s pregnancy to yesterday’s unfathomable PZD crucifixion, the GW Chronicle has, yet again, uncovered deeper, behind-doors… Read more “Meet GWUOHS’ First Ever Co-Head of School”
The Drastic Rise of Hate Crimes Against Asian-Americans
Anti-Asian hate crimes, racially motivated crimes that discriminately target not only those of Asian descent but their property as well, have become an urgent matter of discussion in the past two years. Also known as “Covid-related hate crimes,” throughout the past year, such crimes–ranging from verbal assault and harassment to physical violence–have increased a shocking 339%. This drastic surge has been seen in every city across the nation, characterizing a dramatic change that began to rise and become increasingly present rapidly around March 2020, when the pandemic became more serious.
Is Female Discrimination in the Workforce Worsening?
Women comprise largely 50% of the total world population. Yet, this ratio does not hold true in the workforce. Since movements in the 20th century that pushed for equal access to education, women have increasingly achieved educational levels that match – if not overcome – those of men. However, this fact remains unseen as women continue to face not only inequality through wage gaps but also the prevention of stepping up and attaining key positions within valued industries, such as engineering and technology.
Explosion in Ghana Leaves Dozens Dead
Multiple people have been left dead or wounded in the western region of Ghana, after a truck carrying mining explosives crashed into a motorcycle and exploded on January 20.
The Pandemic Poses a Threat to Ending Child Marriage
An unexpected effect of the pandemic has been the way it has affected the fight to end child marriages.
Many Injured After Stabbing Attack in Tokyo
Nyma E., journalist On Oct. 31, a 24-year-old man went on a stabbing rampage and set fire to a train in the Tokyo subway. Multiple people were… Read more “Many Injured After Stabbing Attack in Tokyo”
Music Education During the Pandemic and Its Future
Since the spread of the pandemic, music education has taken an unexpected turn from traditional methods of teaching as it is forced to cope with unprecedented changes. As more in-person activities slowly return, students and teachers are facing yet another unfamiliar hurdle of adjustments.
A Ceremonial Chariot Has Been Discovered Near Pompeii
Nyma E., Global News Co-Editor Italian archeologists have unveiled a ceremonial chariot near the Roman city of Pompeii. Other chariots, used for travel and work, have been… Read more “A Ceremonial Chariot Has Been Discovered Near Pompeii”
Poland’s Ban on Abortions Spark Major Protests
Nyma E., Global News Co-Editor On Wednesday, January 27, Poland’s courts implemented a near-total ban on abortions. This has sparked outrage among many Women’s rights advocates and… Read more “Poland’s Ban on Abortions Spark Major Protests”