Summer reading made right

Jonathan Galarraga, Reporter

June 1, 2010

Filed under JCS Press, Speak Out, Uncategorized

Life sucks in the Middle East.  In an attempt to reveal the truth about Iranians, Marjane Satrapi only revealed the obvious to students in her novel “Persepolis.”  Although it had good morals and themes, I found this... Read more »

Cultural differences move ‘Persepolis’ speaker to tears

Kate Froehlich, Executive Editor

October 5, 2009

Filed under News

With tears in his eyes, Dr. Ahamd Karimi-Hakkak told a silent gymnasium that, “I might have been your next terrorist.” The founding director and professor of the University of Maryland’s Center for Persian Studies gave... Read more »