By Kai Vieira da Rosa
Las Vegas witnessed the largest mass shooting in recent American history Oct 1, 2017. Within hours, hundreds of reports had been uploaded or printed to the web. Some stories contained false news that could have endangered even more people. Fake news has always been around but after the recent shooting it’s more relevant than ever.
The increase probably has to do with readers immediately posting fake stories on social media before checking if their sources are credible or not. Continue reading The real repercussions of fake news
By Alex Moreno
Are you sure you know the differences between a Sikh and Muslim individual and their ideologies?
At the Horizon we found ourselves debating and assuming varying ideas about the Sikh religion and its members.
“Nearly 60 percent of Americans admit knowing nothing at all about Sikhs,” NPR’s Why American Sikhs Think They Need a Publicity Campaign said.
Continue reading Seeking truth of the Sikh
By Alex Moreno
On May 7, 2017 the French elected new president Emmanuel Macron over opposing president elect Marine Le Pen. Macron is the youngest president in France’s history, has never held an elected government position, describes himself as neither left nor right, and founded his own political party in 2016.
Continue reading France votes for the new and the EU
When a crowd was asked to say words that come to mind when thinking of unions the results were: Protest, power, strike, and solidarity.
Continue reading Unions are about unity
By Shelby Ford
“Moana” is everything you would expect from a new feature animated movie from Disney. There is a strong-willed Princess who goes on a great adventure with her animal sidekick and many musical intervals.
Although it’s not just the catchy lyrics, tear-jerking story or beautiful animation that sets “Moana” apart, but the unique attention to detail and cultural history that’s behind it.
Continue reading ‘Moana’ navigates through Polynesian culture