Schools across the United States are witnessing student walkouts as part of the March for Our Lives movement calling for new gun control. In response to this, one student is
An article in The New York Times entitled “Opening Mental Hospitals Unlikely to Prevent Mass Shootings, Experts Say” discusses the predicted effectiveness of increased mental hospitals in response to a
One of the most hopeful recent news items was the positivity in response to Gerber announcing their Baby of the Year choice. Why the extra-special response? Lucas Warren, this year’s
An article on Slate detailed the increasing popularity of in-home smart speaker assistants, and how families have been using them. The article describes how some families barely use the technology,
It’s not always easy as a student. I’ve sat in a desk on numerous occasions: sweating, heart beating fast, even shaking sometimes. What’s the anxiety? To come out as pro-life.
Usually when we hear about sterilization, the context is a harrowing tale of coercion in order to control certain groups of people, usually minorities. Yet, recently in The New York
When Halloween rolls around, especially in American culture, we see a wide array of films and entertainment centered around zombies, vampires, monsters, and horror. But whether we realize it or
An article published on Newsweek online detailed an update regarding the head transplant scheduled to occur this year or in 2018 by Italian neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero. Canavero has been studying
Recently a student began discussing the idea with me that abortion is not healthcare, even though it is unfortunately considered so in society. But instead of letting this statement hang
“People overlook the beauty of end-of-life.” Recently a friend of mine stopped to talk while I was eating lunch alone in the cafeteria, and brought this situation to my attention.