Malena Esposito provides insight on the gun control debate. Continue reading Infographic: Is Buying a Gun in America Too Easy?
Elizabeth Klein discusses why Florida State University got rid of their popular fraternities and sororities. Continue reading FSU Bans Greek Life on Campus
Twumasi Duah-Mensah discusses why we should keep the controversial holiday of Columbus Day Continue reading Columbus Day – Cause for Celebration
Kara Haselton revisits the devastation that Puerto Rico experienced in the wake of Hurricane Maria. Continue reading Why You Should Still Care About Puerto Rico
Twumasi Duah-Mensah examines a feud between two world leaders Continue reading Who is Right? Who is Wrong? Trump vs. Cruz
Jacob Hales discusses the departure of “Life” magazine on newspaper shelves Continue reading The Death of Life Magazine
Nick Swafford evaluates the truth behind the Bermuda Triangle myth Continue reading Bermuda Triangle: Fact or Fiction?
Why should we take care of the Earth? Because it gives us what we need to take care of ourselves. Continue reading The Lack of Environmentalism
Paul Ryan… disliked by even the people of Wisconsin. Continue reading Why Wisconsin Hates Paul Ryan
The U.S. is doomed… and a supervolcano may be the reason why. Continue reading This Supervolcano may Inter-Erupt your Daily Schedule
Trump abolished an Obama policy that affects the lives of American-born citizens. Continue reading The Repeal of DACA
Kara Haselton focuses on the heart-warming stories that came out of the destruction of Hurricane Harvey. Continue reading A Positive Spin on Hurricane Harvey
By: Malena Esposito You know the rule – “don’t wear white after Labor Day!” But why? I mean, it makes sense to wear lighter colors during the summer, but why make a huge deal out of it? Come on, how … Continue reading Why We Don’t Wear White on Labor Day
Budapest’s natural caves were a major part of the cold war in the 1950s and they housed much more than natural beauty. Continue reading Underground Hospitals Remain as a Reminder of the Past in Hungary
When we think of recycling, we largely think of plastic bottles, aluminum cans, and cardboard boxes, but there’s so much more that can be reused. Continue reading Surprisingly Recyclable
by Cami Swafford Mother’s Day: the day we celebrate some of the most amazing people in the world. On the second Sunday of every May, we show our appreciation by giving our moms a break from all of the hard work they put into making our lives better. We shower them with gifts, love, and sometimes even with breakfast in bed. But we haven’t always taken time each year to celebrate our moms. Although mothers have been celebrated since ancient times, Mother’s Day was not an official holiday until Anna Jarvis pioneered an effort to create a day that honored … Continue reading Mother’s Day
There is much disagreement on whether or not reverse racism exists. Elizabeth Klein takes a look. Continue reading Is Reverse Racism/Sexism Real?
Five years ago, Saint Francis High School in California invested a small sum into a new company we know now as SnapChat. Continue reading SnapChat School
While most people think of sea turtles as warm exotic animals, it is important to remember that turtles are endangered. Continue reading Save the Sea Turtles
Science Channel’s legendary show “Mythbusters” was cancelled last year, and now new hosts have been selected to relaunch it. Continue reading Mythbusters to Reboot with New Explosive Hosts