This post was written and researched by World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh intern, Jill Fronk. September has arrived and is quickly passing by, which mean only one thing for students here in the U.S.—the beginning of school. The new school year, means fresh new school supplies, yes some people would prefer a bouquet of pens and … Read More
This post was written and researched by World Affairs Council intern, Jill Fronk. See more photos from this BBC Travel Slide show on Independence Days from around the world here. Here in the United States, Independence Day is a time of reflection, national pride, and celebration. It is a day marked by family grill outs, … Read More
This week marks the beginning of the 2014 World Cup—an international soccer tournament played every four years on par with that of the Olympic Games. Whether or not you are true fan of soccer (or football, as it is commonly referred to throughout the world,) it’s hard to not get excited for the upcoming festivities. … Read More
> Check out this article on Dilma Rousseff, who could become Brazil’s first female president.