Music is deeply rooted in human nature, transcending cultural boundaries. Students who discover and appreciate international music find a tie between heritage and background. “I think it's important for students to expose themselves to things such as music and art because learning about other cultures shouldn't be one-dimensional,” senior Sustainability major Florencia … [Read more...] about A Small World: International Music Breaks Dividing Lines Between Cultures
It was in my ninth grade English class that I first learned about Elie Wiesel. A Holocaust survivor and Jewish prisoner of the Auschwitz and Buchenwald concentration camps, Wiesel recounts his World War II experiences in his memoir “Night” — the book that made its way into the hands of a young Annabelle and 20 other 14-year-old Robinson High students in Little Rock, … [Read more...] about Letter from the Editor
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Stamp-filled passports lay open. Much like a passport, the journey toward global citizenship is like collecting stamps — gathering diverse perspectives in the pursuit of a holistic worldview. The globe has 195 countries, 19,495 cities and 7.753 billion people. With a world population that large, global citizenship may be a hard concept to comprehend. However, those who take … [Read more...] about What is Global Citizenship?
_______________________ Email Lydia duPerier: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Currents Magazine on Twitter: @PeppCurrents and Instagram: @currentsmagazine … [Read more...] about Interconnected