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WDBJ7 and What It Means for the Gun Control Debate

I’m from Roanoke, Virginia, home of WDBJ7, the station that suffered a horrific loss last week live on television and social media. The people there made our area and journalism proud by covering it like professionals while simultaneously dealing with their unimaginable loss. Paul Craft, another one of our editors, is also

My Road To Becoming A Christian

My road to becoming a Christian was long and winding with plenty of obstacles. To be honest, there were plenty of times when I absolutely didn’t want to become a Christian. It was the farthest thing from my mind and certainly my actions. I eventually started wanting something new. I

Why Are Us Indian Guys So Creepy?

I, Sanjay, have been a creepy Indian guy. However, after staying in the West and travelling around, I have come to realize some of the reasons why us Indian guys come across as creepy to the Western world. I would like to give you some of the background of where

Why Aren’t There More Female Solo Travelers?

Why aren't there more female solo travelers? I have been asked this question on multiple occasions in the past few months, mostly by male travelers. While it seems innocuous enough, answering it becomes a bit problematic since it usually leads to over-generalizations and gender stereotypes. After discussing the issue with

India & Kashmir: One Tweet at a Time

In going to India, I decided to live Tweet my experience.  I actually found it was really helpful for documenting the many random, funny, and potentially interesting and helpful insights everyone has while traveling that are sometimes instantly forgotten. I'll have more to say about India and will share better

Travel Tips for Women Going to India

As difficult as travel can sometimes be, it is without question more difficult for women. That female travelers have more concerns and more to worry about is something I understand but will never fully comprehend. However, when it comes to India, some of its more extreme cultural differences surrounding gender

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