Students join over 300,000 people in attending one of the largest climate change marches in history
On May 22 and 23, Trey Yingst talked to a presidential candidate who blamed Kiev for a lack of action in the country’s east and warned of additional protests if the government continued to disappoint.
In his first day in Kiev, Ukraine, Trey Yingst headed to Maidan square to see how Kiev has fared since February’s violent protests.
Trey Yingst, a rising junior in the School of Communications, is traveling to Ukraine to report on the ongoing unrest in the country on behalf of independent media group News2share.
Leaked documents included emails and text messages mentioning illegal behavior of EI brothers.
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) notified the AU community on Thursday about a newly-discovered security breach affecting several of the internet’s most popular websites. The bug, codenamed “Heartbleed” by cybersecurity experts, refers to a serious flaw in OpenSSL, a widely-used method of encryption meant to protect private data such as password and credit card information from hackers.