Gen-Z Takeover: This Young CEO is Hoping to Change the Startup World

Ziad Ahmed is a 21-year-old American-Muslim student activist, entrepreneur, and CEO from Princeton, NJ. A junior at Yale University, Ziad has immersed himself deeply into the world of youth change-making. In the summer of 2013, he founded Redefy — an organization seeking to further equality.

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Wife of Iran Detainee Hopes for His Release

The wife of a Princeton student held prisoner in Iran hopes Trump will secure her husband’s release. (May 9)

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America’s 4-decade push for regime change in Iran a failure – Nuclear deal negotiator

The new US administration is setting out on a collision course with Iran. Team Trump has already imposed new sanctions on Tehran, threatened to rip up the nuclear deal, and accused the country of sponsoring terrorism. As Iran goes ahead with new ballistic missile tests and the tone in Washington grows tougher, is the fragile peace between Iran and the US in jeopardy? And can the hard-fought nuclear deal survive the tensions? We ask the man who negotiated the agreement for Iran, former head of the Iranian National Security Council’s Foreign Relations Committee and professor at Princeton university – Seyed Hossein Mousavian.

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Occupy Academia: Protests at Princeton

A black student group at Princeton occupied the university president’s office this month and demanded the Ivy League college change the name of its renowned Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs because of the former US president’s stance on segregation.

Princeton is just the latest in a series of American colleges facing a backlash from minority protest groups alleging widespread institutional racism. Demonstrations have hit campuses at Yale, Harvard, and Smith College, as well as many others. The president of the University of Missouri — where a number of overtly racist incidents have taken place — resigned under pressure from students and admitted to not doing enough to fight racism on campus on November 9.

VICE News covered the protest at Princeton as students facing potential expulsion for their actions entered into tense negotiations with administrators over the college’s controversial legacy.

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The Most Militarized Universities in America: A VICE News Investigation

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While a tap on the shoulder by a campus recruiter at Princeton or Yale may have once led students down the path to joining the clandestine services, and a law degree may once have been a prerequisite to becoming a government special agent, those days, if they ever existed, are gone.

That’s just one of the findings from a VICE News investigation to determine the most militarized universities and colleges in America. These schools have the closest — and most profitable — relationships with the national security apparatus, producing the greatest number of alumni employed by the Intelligence Community.

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