February 10, 2017

The year 2017 is in full swing and one might think that women’s rights would have been fully recognized by now – but as seen in remarks made by current president Donald Trump and laws being pushed by the Republican-dominated Senate and Congress, women’s rights still ha...

Against hunting:

Hunting should be illegal for many reasons.

First and foremost, we are no better than any other creature on this Earth, although there is a general

tendency to believe that we are. We’re considered the dominate species because of our intellect and technol...

The common practices of tattooing and body piercing, which have both grown in popularity, are not at all new concepts. In fact, they can be traced back to ancient times. From culture to culture, piercings and tattoos varied in significance, from serving as amulets to f...

This election season has seen Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton spar over personality rather than policy, with personal, unsubstantiated attacks abound, and new scandals seeming to crop up everyday. In covering the election, we decided to instead tell the tale of two ca...

October 21, 2016

Over the summer, it seemed that the 2016 Olympics were all anyone was talking about. Turn on any news or sports station and there were the games, being broadcasted live. With all of the hype surrounding the Olympics, it’s easy to forget about the Special Olympics, in w...

“Is it a boy or a girl?” This question tends to be the first thought that comes to mind for new and elated parents. In recent years, “gender” reveal parties have become increasingly popular as couples record and post their big moment across every source of social media...

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