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America is united for the Olympics

Feb 21, 2018 - Comments: 0

What an Olympic Games this has been.

It is South Korea’s first time hosting the Winter Olympics, and it has not been boring. First, North Korea agreed to participate in the Games. The countries also agreed to march as a united “Korea” in the opening ceremony,which prompted some backlash. Mike Pence didn't stand for the Korea’s united front. Interestingly enough,  he assumed a strong stance against kneeling during the National Anthem in the NFL.

Sochi problems reveal larger issues

Feb 19, 2014

Before the 2014 Winter Olympics, most people had probably never heard of Sochi. Of course, now it is becoming a household name as reporters from around the world descend on this Russian resort city. 

Unfortunately, not all of the attention is positive.

As a developing country in the post-Soviet era, Russia has surely hoped to make a good impression on the world as it hosts the Olympics. But Western journalists have seemed mostly to notice the many flaws of Sochi. 

Sochi welcomes the world at Opening Ceremony

Feb 12, 2014

On Thursday, February 6, the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia began, but on Friday, February 7, the celebration of the beginning of an athletic journey for athletes across the world was presented for hundreds of people. 

Russia decided to reflect on its past greatness and hopes for future glory in the opening ceremony, with beautiful fireworks and symbols representing the country. 

Olympic Winter Games preview: Must-see Olympic events, and ones to miss

Feb 05, 2014

The 22nd Winter Olympics will kick off in Sochi, Russia and will feature athletes from all over the globe in competitions ranging from cross country skiing to hockey to snowboarding. However, not all events were created equal. Here are three events to make sure you watch and two events you might want to avoid: 


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