The Left Discusses the Dangers of Transgenderism (Part 1)

The issue of gender and its supposed fluidity has exploded in recent years, and is becoming more and more prevalent. The Equality Act is a bill in congress that, if passed, would amend the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to include gender identity as a distinct protected class from discrimination. Kara Dansky, a lawyer who […]

Paloma Castillo | February 22, 2019


How McDonald’s Is Improving Literacy

“If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.” ~ Albert Einstein Young readers across the globe are gaining access to books in a new way—through Happy Meals. According to the Daily Mail, McDonald’s has initiated a program called […]

Sarah Jackson | February 19, 2019


Quality Education: An Important Cog for Sustainable Global development

It is true that quality education is one of the important ways of creating a progressive and adaptive society to change and development. In the modern-day world, the narrative to access to education is linked to a complex combination of interrelated life facets, providing the much-needed hype to invest in education and the empowerment of […]

Archlove Takunda Tanyanyiwa | February 18, 2019


Stay in School

Now more than ever, I have seen society encourage individuals to do whatever it takes to not feel stress. I see all over social media that cutting anything out of their lives that they do not like is good for them. Unfortunately, this includes school. Now, more than ever, the motivation to complete a degree […]

Amy Sharp | February 13, 2019


Northam’s Infanticide Comments Were More Offensive Than The Yearbook Picture

Now that the dust has mostly settled on the controversies surrounding Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, it is appropriate to examine those controversies. Gov. Northam’s terrible week started last Wednesday, when he defended Virginia’s attempt at winning the race for the most radical abortion law. Northam took it a step further, saying “If a mother is […]

Gregory Lobo | February 7, 2019



As a Government student, there are many requirements that differ from the rest of the student body at my institution. One of the big ones, is the dress code. We are required to dress “business professional” in every class appearance. Many people ask me “why are you so dressed up?” and “Don’t you hate that […]

Amy Sharp | February 6, 2019


The New Tribes

In the not-so-distant past, if you had told people that one day you could have the wealth of the world’s information in the palm of your hand, they would have laughed in your face. But nowadays technology like smartphones, social media and services designed to stream information directly to you are commonplace. So commonplace that […]

Jordan Mabe | January 29, 2019


Morals Versus Politics: The Conundrum of Abortion

You can’t be both morally pro-life and politically pro-choice when it comes to abortion. Pro-choice advocates rejoiced on Jan. 22 when a new law was passed in the state of New York which protects legal rights for late-term abortions, according to CBS News. The Reproductive Health Act states that a health professional can make the […]

Sarah Jackson | January 28, 2019


I’ve Moved Into The New House, But Somehow, It Works. Here’s How

Recently, my family moved into a new house, a 1920s colonial. Being a 1920s colonial, it has multiple accessibility issues, but they are not significant. My bedroom, bathroom, and essentially everything I need is on one floor, which is great. What was not great, and I emphasize the past tense was was getting into the […]

Gregory Lobo | January 26, 2019


Bill S.240

New York has just passed legislature updating their current laws on Abortion. Some argue that this is a monumental step in protecting reproductive health rights and others claim that it is a moral atrocity. There are many articles stating that this legislature allows for abortion up to birth and strips all rights away from infants. […]

Jordan Mabe | January 24, 2019