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Non-disclosure agreements promote silence

Non-disclosure agreements promote silence

10.10.2018  |  No Comments ››

Time Magazine named the Silence Breakers, or the numerous celebrities speaking out against rampant and unchecked sexual harassment, person of the year in December 2017. Nearly a year later, the list of those ... Read on

Toxic masculinity creates a society that can be dangerous

Toxic masculinity creates a society that can be dangerous

10.10.2018  |  No Comments ››

While the definition of toxic masculinity is not clear-cut, the Good Men Project identifies toxic masculinity as “a narrow and repressive description of manhood, designating manhood as defined by violence, sex, status and ... Read on

Like-shaming is really bullying in disguise

Like-shaming is really bullying in disguise

10.10.2018  |  No Comments ››

Thanks to the internet, finding like-minded people to connect with is easier than ever. Drawn together by a shared interest, so-called fandoms have flocked to the internet to enthuse about their obsession of ... Read on

Changes to parking upset commuter students

Changes to parking upset commuter students

09.26.2018  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis has attempted to resolve the parking issue by reassigning the current parking spaces and adding spaces to preexisting lots. However, these parking changes, along with the increase in university ... Read on

Compelling, unique superhero stories are often neglected

Compelling, unique superhero stories are often neglected

09.26.2018  |  No Comments ››

Once, liking superheroes was a stereotype only associated with nerd culture. However, superhero adoration has passed beyond the boundaries of niche geekdom to dominate modern pop culture. With the Marvel Cinematic Universe overtaking ... Read on

Anonymous sources aid journalism, despite being highly controversial

Anonymous sources aid journalism, despite being highly controversial

09.26.2018  |  No Comments ››

Following The New York Times’ publication of an anonymous opinion editorial titled “I Am Part of the Resistance in the Trump Administration,” frenzied speculation about the author’s identity has covered newspapers, social media and ... Read on

Seniors bid farewell to The Reflector

Seniors bid farewell to The Reflector

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

Erik Cliburn | Managing Editor Coming to the University of Indianapolis as a freshman, I was undecided about my major and I only vaguely envisioned myself in a writing career. I ultimately struggled during ... Read on

Focus on STEM detrimental to humanities

Focus on STEM detrimental to humanities

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

In early March of 2018, in an effort to solve a $4.5 million budget deficit, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point announced a plan to cut 13 of its humanities majors, including English, history, ... Read on

Teens should be taught about safe sex

Teens should be taught about safe sex

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

Over the past few decades, many state education systems across the United States have decided, in their infinite wisdom, that abstinence-only sex education is the best way to prevent teenage pregnancy and sexually ... Read on

Death penalty is still needed, despite its inhumanity

Death penalty is still needed, despite its inhumanity

04.11.2018  |  No Comments ››

As inhumane and morbid as it may sound, the death penalty is something that should remain in the United States. There are some crimes that are, frankly, so terrible that there is no ... Read on

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