America’s Got Trust Issues

September 27, 2016

As the 2016 presidential election rolls around the corner, the internet has been a pressure-cooker of Facebook posts, news articles and propaganda intended to either build a candidate’s reputation or tear it down. All of Read More

Millennials – It’s Time To Get Running

September 26, 2016

The bustle of hurriedly unpacked suitcases and awkward introductions floods the hallways of Brandt dormitory as freshmen prepare for a year of firsts – independent living, lawfully purchased cigarettes and the right to vote. But Read More

Congress’ partisan politics hurts Zika victims more

September 19, 2016

Claims of Congress’ inability, once again, to successfully work together flooded the internet after lawmakers failed to pass a bill for Zika prevention funding. Headlines read “Democrats Block Zika Bill, Blame GOP” and “Zika Funding Read More

Call-outs vs. Accountability

September 13, 2016

You are at a local event that is phenomenal in many ways but vastly problematic in others, what are you to do? Do you shut down the event and point out the issues? Do you Read More

When it hits the fan, will you still be a fan?

September 13, 2016

Idolizing actors, models and musicians is a common aspect of American lifestyle. Many individuals put on blinders and religiously follow celebrities based on talent and characteristics we find attractive. Some loyal fans are committed to Read More

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