Tag: Ukraine

SCHAR SCHOOL WELCOMES ‘EXILED’ UKRAINIAN PROFESSOR

A debrief with Professor Liguasha on his experience as an exiled Ukrainian citizen BY SYDNEY JOHNSON, NEWS ASSISTANT As conflict continues in Ukraine, Schar School professor Anton Lingusha reflects on his time as a Ukrainian citizen before he was exiled…

LAST WEEK IN THE NEWS

Top news from Feb. 21 to Feb. 25 BY BRAD BYRNE, NEWS EDITOR Monday, Feb. 21 Queen Elizabeth of England tests positive for COVID-19. Hank the Tank, a 500-Pound Bear, ransacks a California community. Biden Administration halts new drilling in…

CLOSING NATO’S ‘OPEN DOOR’

BY JAD MAKDISSI, STAFF WRITER On December 12, 2021, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky issued an explicit and precise vision for his country’s future: “We want to unblock the Donbas peace process…return Crimea, gain membership in the European Union…and [join NATO]…

Last Week in the News

Monday, Nov. 4 McDonald’s CEO steps down after revelation of relationship with an employee. In Norway, an American white supremacist was arrested hours before he was due to give a speech at far-right conference. Airbnb announces ban on “party houses”…

Students express concern over Russia-Ukraine conflict

This story was originally published in the Oct. 27 issue of Fourth Estate. The effects of Russia’s annexation of Crimea are being felt by Ukrainian and Russian students as well as faculty here at Mason. Junior Daniel Rohov and freshman…