Author archive for Elijah James Logan

  • When Teens Cyberbully Themselves

    During the stressful teen years, most adolescents experience emotional highs and lows; but for approximately 24 percent of teenagers, their…

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  • His Dad Didn’t Want Him To Draw. Dad Didn’t Know Best

    Behind pea-green curtains in a steamy office in the Central African Republic’s capital of Bangui, comic book artist Didier Kassai…

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  • As Saudi Arabia’s Cinema Ban Ends, Filmmakers Eye New Opportunities

    An elite group of movie lovers in the Saudi capital Riyadh got a special treat on Wednesday — a screening…

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  • Barbara Bush Remembered In Her Own, Never-Minced, Words

    Unlike her trademark three-strand pearl necklace , Barbara Bush was known for her authenticity. The former first lady to President…

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  • The Russia Investigations: Comey At Imbroglio’s Center But Does He Bring Clarity?

    This week in the Russia investigations: Did we learn anything from James Comey? Michael Cohen opts for discretion in the…

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  • A New Generation’s Political Awakening

    Emily Nakano began doing lockdown drills when she was in second grade. “An alarm plays over the PA system, and…

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  • After ISIS Was Driven Out, Syrian City Of Raqqa Remains In Rubble

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  • $1 Billion Fine Levied Against Wells Fargo Over Loan Abuses

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  • Saturday Sports: NBA Playoffs And Major League Baseball

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  • Why Duke University Won’t Honor Freshman Roommate Requests This Fall

    Meeting your college roommate used to be one of the anxieties of the first week of school. But these days,…

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