By: Victor Johnson Recently there have been many political discussions to determine what should be considered a probable cause to receive health care in the United States. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, took the opportunity to voice his opinion on the situation at the Democratic presidential town hall event held in Des Moines, Iowa this past […]Read more "Senator Bernie Sanders Says Mental Health Care is a Must"
By: Victoria Wojciechowski Drinking water is a necessity used in every person’s life. From cooking pasta to rehydrating after a long day, no one is void to the contents within drinking water. This is why just a few weeks ago, citizens in Flint, Michigan were outraged when they found out that since April of 2014, […]Read more "Presidential Candidates Using the Flint Situation to Further Their Campaigns"
Brandon Nguyen Virtual Subculture We live in a world where the unimaginable is glorified through all sorts of media outlets like reality shows on television, music and music videos, online video games, and other virtual communities. Needless to say, people can escape from the materialistic world and enter into dynamism of self-cultivated virtual communities. As […]Read more "Virtual Subculture"
Students use cheating as a means of passing David Hung For all intents and purposes, cheating is more or less the use of anything other than the test taker’s brain while taking the test. The purpose, supposedly, is to figure out if the test taker truly understand and can apply the knowledge obtained throughout the […]Read more "Cheating on the Rise"
Who do you want to be the next president? Jasy Jones There are seventeen candidates running for President of our country. Three are from the Democratic Party, twelve from the Republican Party, one from the Libertarian Party, and one for the Green Party. Democratic Party: Hilary Clinton, Martin O’Malley, and Bernie Sanders. Republican Party: Jeb […]Read more "A Call To Vote"