Talmud Mania

South Korea, primarily Christian with a strong Buddhist history, has recently been affiliated with mandatory Talmud readings in the classroom. There had been speculation before over the relationship between Koreans and the Jewish faith, but now the studies that had formerly been a hidden practice is now an open study in the Korean curriculum. More […]

Matt Sandusky Steps Forward as a Victim

Today during the much awaited trial of Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State football coach accused of sexually abusing young boys, Jerry’s 33-year-old adoptive son Matt Has come forward as another alleged victim. Matt, who had previously testified to a grand jury and denied allegations for abuse for almost a year, called his legal representatives […]

The Unhate Campaign

This year’s Ad Festival Award at Cannes has been given to the Italian fashion label United Colors of Benneton’s “Unhate” campaign. The campaign comprises of a series of pictures depicting a kiss between digitally altered global leaders. The latest series of this campaign, which launched in Paris, November of 2011, features diplomats such as Kim […]

Big Brother Washington

Just when we thought the society we live in was one of the most progressive in the world, it looks as though even freedom of speech has limitations. In the age of technology any American can seemingly voice his or her opinions through any source of technology without the government’s jurisdiction. But here’s the kicker: […]