With deadlines approaching, many students may find themselves frantically putting together resumes...Read More
Three different events in three different states that all ended in either death or injuries. Whether you are for or against gun control, the numbers don’t lie. Inconsistency is the biggest threat of all. You can crack down on who can get a gun. Laws can be passed to outlaw them. However, would the violence stop?Read More
The clothes we wear send a plethora of thoughts through the minds of our peers and others. The signals a person gives off with their attire can either make or break them when it comes down to getting a job. Dressing appropriately is crucial not only in the job market but on college campuses as well.Read More
An LGBT person working in the private sector in Alabama could be fired today. That’s the case in more than half the states in the country. Many don’t even offer protections to public sector employees. Since 1974, members of...Read More
He was a once drug addicted, cranky, hipper-than-thou New Yorker who’d probably sooner give you the middle finger than a handshake, but he made awesome, influential, essential, amazing rock music—some of the best I’ve ever heard or will hear.Read More
Choices are good–they’re empowering, and it’s a sign of real equality when everyone has them. The choice whether to dress up as a sexy nurse or a serious one for Halloween is a choice everyone should have.Read More
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