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The Book Nook: ‘The Map of Salt and Stars’ humanizes refugees...

The intellectual heritage of the Middle East is central to Zeyn Joukhadar’s debut novel “The Map of...

The United States should terminate its military alliance with Turkey

Over the last few years, the relationship between the United States and Turkey has steadily worsened. Despite being a nominal NATO ally meant to...

Middle Eastern Week 2016

True Life: I’m a Middle Eastern Minority Ever since the inception of the Middle Eastern Student Center (MESC) in 2013, the organization has hosted a...

M.E. So Funny pokes fun at Middle Eastern customs the right...

Thursday, Jan. 21, saw M.E. So Funny, the two-woman sketch comedy duo of Canan Tasci and Nahreen Tarzi, perform an amazing show that allowed...

Letter to the Editor: Response to ‘ASUCR actions on divestment hurt...

I am writing this letter to the editor because I read your opinions article in the Highlander called “ASUCR actions on divestment hurt student...

Israeli-Palestinian conflict evokes discussion of free speech

Issue 10 Correction: The Arab Spring is a national movement in the Middle East that began on December 18, 2010. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has...

The Middle East: taking a turn for the worse

The bombing needs to stop. For anyone unaware of the protestors at the Bell Tower lately, this is the phrase that has been glued...

Peace in the Middle East?

There’s been peace in Palestine since Nov. 21. Following a fragile peace agreement fostered through Egyptian and U.S. diplomatic efforts, last Wednesday marked the...