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Piracy laws don’t work

Piracy laws don’t work

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

Many millennials have been pirating their whole lives, according to Torrent Freak, a site specializing in reportage of piracy. I knew pretty early on society frowned upon this behavior. In 2005, the Motion Picture ... Read on

Anti-vaxxers’ argument invalid

Anti-vaxxers’ argument invalid

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

Despite overwhelming evidence that vaccines are rarely dangerous, many parents make the choice to not vaccinate their children. According to the World Health Organization, 19.5 million (nearly one in 10) children were not ... Read on

A step in the wrong direction

A step in the wrong direction

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

As a proclaimed “Christmas present” to the citizens of the United States, President Donald Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which lowers the tax rates of individuals and corporations across the ... Read on

The State of the Union is weak

The State of the Union is weak

02.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

President Donald Trump delivered his first State of the Union address on Jan. 30 in front of a joint session of both houses of Congress. Some of the topics he mentioned in the ... Read on

Reverse racism, not a real issue

Reverse racism, not a real issue

02.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

Although it shouldn’t be,  racism is still a problem in the United States. Many people still pose the question on the existence of racism against white people; in other words, reverse racism. To ... Read on

If it’s too cold for a child, it’s too cold for a dog

If it’s too cold for a child, it’s too cold for a dog

02.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

On Aug. 8, 2016, I brought my fury bundle of joy home. From the moment he decided he was mine, this Australian Shepherd pup changed my life. I knew I would care for ... Read on

Senior staff farewells

Senior staff farewells

12.13.2017  |  No Comments ››

Juliana Rohrmoser, Art Director When I first thought of studying in the United States, I had an idea of what to expect: the dorm rooms, going to classes, studying, making some friends and graduating.  ... Read on

Trophy hunting: A matter of common decency

Trophy hunting: A matter of common decency

12.13.2017  |  No Comments ››

Poaching is a massive conservation problem in African nations, especially regarding elephants. In an effort to cooperate with legal measures being taken to curb illegal hunting, the United States, along with the majority ... Read on

Various factors contribute to drug addiction

Various factors contribute to drug addiction

12.13.2017  |  No Comments ››

A common problem that health professionals and the general public are struggling with is whether or not addiction is a choice or a disease. The answer is that it is a gray area ... Read on

Celebrties should not get a free pass for harrasment

Celebrties should not get a free pass for harrasment

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

An ongoing stream of  harassment and sexual misconduct allegations against big-name celebrities has recently come to light. Whether victims and accusers stepping forward is because they are more comfortable identifying those they accuse, ... Read on

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