Smash for Coffee

By: KHUN NYAN MIN HTET Nanjing – “You know hips don’t lie!” exclaimed Christian Flores, a second-year MAIS student. He wasn’t referring to Shakira’s famous song “Hips Don’t Lie,” but Princess Peach’s ability to knock her opponents off the stage using her hips in Super Smash Brothers. A group of Super Smash Brothers enthusiasts came together... Continue Reading →

HNC Intramural Basketball Scouting Report

By: ELI TIRK and KHUN NYAN MIN HTET NANJING - Nanjing University’s Gulou Campus Basketball Tournament is about to begin as the Hopkins-Nanjing Center’s basketball team gears up for the coming fall season games. Here is a look at the HNC squad this season. It’s hard to tell this dynamic duo apart on the court... Continue Reading →

Playing with Power

BY JONIEL CHA The United States, Russia, and China have entered a new era of “power grabs”. Smaller regional powers are emerging and flexing their muscles in anticipation of expansion like dogs impatiently waiting under the dinner table. North Korea, South Korea, the Philippines and Japan consider themselves among the contenders in Asia. Dr. Victor... Continue Reading →

D.C. Live Election Blog

Follow along with SAIS D.C. to get all the latest thoughts, opinions, and commentary related to Election Night 2016! November 8 @ 22:32 EST The SAIS Election Event ends - but the election still goes on! #SAISElectionNight November 8 @ 22:27 EST Ohio announced to Trump. Groan audible. November 8 @ 22:26 EST DOW Futures fall... Continue Reading →

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