“Conversion Therapy is a Lie,” Says Gay Ex-leader of a Conversion Therapy Program

Dielle Ochotorena Perspectives Editor   McKrae Game, ex-leader of Hope for Wholeness, a faith-based conversion therapy program in South Carolina, came out last week as gay. According to The Post and Courier, Game has known he was gay for decades but couldn’t deal with the incongruence of being Christian and being gay. So instead of … Continue reading “Conversion Therapy is a Lie,” Says Gay Ex-leader of a Conversion Therapy Program

Saying Goodbye at the Cost of a Boarding Pass and Getting Arrested

Amber Syed Scene Editor People who misuse a boarding pass, such as buying refundable tickets to visit lounges, gain access to airport facilities, or restaurants, can be fined up to $20,000 and imprisoned for up to two years in Singapore. Recently, a 27-year old man purchased a boarding pass at Singapore’s Changi Airport. The unidentified … Continue reading Saying Goodbye at the Cost of a Boarding Pass and Getting Arrested

Protecting Humans from Sharks by Killing Seals

Amber Syed Scene Editor   In the 1975 film classic “Jaws,” a massive great white shark causes panic in a fictional New England beach town. Today, real-life coastal residents on Cape Cod are dealing with a similar, if less cinematic, problem. Last August, a 61-year-old swimmer was attacked and narrowly survived. Then in September the … Continue reading Protecting Humans from Sharks by Killing Seals