Posts Tagged ‘Molly Carver’
As an avid “Hunger Games” reader, the release of the latest part of the franchise was the movie anticipation of the year.
As an epidemic has killed 5,165 in West Africa and has only claimed two lives here in the United States, why does our focus remain on America, on ourselves, when we should be figuring out ways to help other developing nations around the world?
As the holidays are quickly approaching, we all have traditions and memories that are unique to our families and our cultures. It can be a specific family occasion that has stood the test of time, or it can be a single moment that has defined your culture. So, what’s yours? We asked our MBU Timeline bloggers that question.
With the recent anniversary of the falling of the Berlin Wall, Timeline staffers took a moment to blog on the significance and impact that day played in history. That day signified the end of an era of depression and injustice in Germany. Not only did it close the time of the Cold War, but it marked a bright journey for peace.
Graphic by: Jerason Dean