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18 Mai: Haiti’s Flag Day

18 Mai: Haiti’s Flag Day

CSMS Magazine Every year, we celebrate on May 18th –for a good reason, for this date marks one of the glorious moments in Haiti’s history. It was on May 18th, 1803 that a group of revolting slaves turned revolutionaries were confident enough to create...
Engaging students and class antagonism in the electoral process

Engaging students and class antagonism in the electoral process

CSMS Magazine Monday night, CNN and Harvard’s Institute of Politics co-hosted a presidential town hall at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, N.H. It was an event that was designed primarily to capture the attention of young voters as the 2020 presidential...
Writing short stories is no waste of time

Writing short stories is no waste of time

Ardain Isma Friends, I know it’s the dream of every writer: conceiving the literary masterpiece. It’s not impossible to do, and there’s no one specific way to enter the ridgeline of literary stardom. Remember, all roads lead to Rome. Writing short...
Camila Cabello with a multicultural twist

Camila Cabello with a multicultural twist

By Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine Until the group Fifth Harmony rose to the music scene, few people knew of the young Cuban-American songstress Camila Cabello. She was discovered on the hit international music competition show X-Factor. Then, her...
Rwanda mourns 25 years after the genocide

Rwanda mourns 25 years after the genocide

CSMS Magazine This small country on the banks of Lake Victoria was the scene of one of the most gruesome genocides in modern time. For one hundred days in 1994, hell had effectively descended on defenseless Tutsi, as Hutu—the largest of the two main...
France: Emmanuel Macron and the politics of arrogance

France: Emmanuel Macron and the politics of arrogance

CSMS Magazine Yesterday, the yellow vest demonstrators took to the streets again. According to the latest estimates, they were well over 30,000 protesting across France to demand better living conditions. As always, Emmanuel Macron responded with force,...
The presidential candidates for 2020 are all in

The presidential candidates for 2020 are all in

CSMS Magazine It’s March, but the trails are already filled with presidential hopefuls. More than a dozen Democratic candidates are competing for the nomination. While on the surface, their platforms are not fundamentally different, the corporate media...
Career and Technical Education: The Emerging Labor Market

Career and Technical Education: The Emerging Labor Market

CSMS Magazine Career and Technical Education is part of a key High School program that provides the link between the needs of the labor market and the needs for young people to be fully prepared to move into the workforce or continue their career-focused...
Female Heart Disease

Female Heart Disease

By Esther Diaz CSMS Magazine What do we know about women and heart disease? An easier question to answer might be: What do we not know? Because the answer is a lot. We know much more about men and heart disease because most medical studies have been done...
Venezuela: The Guaidó’s scheme is unraveling

Venezuela: The Guaidó’s scheme is unraveling

Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine On January 23rd, 2019, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó self-proclaimed president of the Republic before a cheering crowd numbered in the thousands. It was a pompous declaration that immediately captured the attention...

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