• China’s ‘one child’ reversal may signal broader changes

    - Nov 2, 2015
    Jace Brady As it stands now, China has a population of 1.35 billion people, about four times the population of the United States. For decades, China has curbed its potentially unsustainable population growth with its...
  • Mental illnesses in African-American communities

    - Oct 30, 2015
      By Keith Reed In African-American communities, there are many people who suffer from mental illnesses in silence. This is partly because of the cost along with the stigma tied to it, and the lack...
  • Avoid cultural appropriation this Halloween

    - Oct 30, 2015
      By Sydney Newton It’s Halloween weekend. Accompanying the spooky decorations, abundance of Disney’s Frozen characters and raised sugar intake is the conversation of cultural appropriation surrounding costumes. Cultural appropriation is dressing up as a...
  • Barbie shouldn’t be done adapting

    - Oct 29, 2015
    Hannah Soyer Barbie has never been a favorite among those of us who strive to move society forward in regards to empowering women and spreading positive body-image messages. The doll, created by Mattel in 1959,...
  • Puerto Rico’s money troubles 

    - Oct 29, 2015
    Samuel Studer  Years of irresponsible management of money has left Puerto Rico in a serious debt crisis. Puerto Rico is similar to Greece in that it is highly indebted and locked in a union with...
  • If not more gun laws, what’s the alternative? 

    - Oct 28, 2015
    Joe Lane “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of the free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed,” reads the Second Amendment of the...
  • Ben Carson’s dangerously irrelevant analogies 

    - Oct 28, 2015
    Marcus Brown On Sunday, Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson graced us with yet another drastic comparison when casting light on his ideological standpoint, this time comparing the issue of abortion with slavery. These Carson-isms are...
  • Grassy knowlls

    - Oct 27, 2015
    Beau Elliot You say Benghazi, I say Sham-nazzi, let’s call the whole thing off. If only we could. But that would be like stopping the rain today, or engineering the Solar System so that the...
  • Too many candidates, or too few? 

    - Oct 26, 2015
    Jace Brady There were major shifts in the Democratic Party race last week. Most importantly, Vice President Joe Biden has announced he will not seek the nomination and, less importantly, Lincoln Chafee and Jim Webb...
  • How we ruin politics

    - Oct 26, 2015
    Christopher Cervantes Politics has never been the easiest subject to understand. With the various ebbs and flows of legislative intrigue and controversy, many people are quick to jump on the bandwagon of condemning and judging...

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