• What is Making America Fat?

    What is Making America Fat?0

    Today, more than two-thirds of American adults are overweight, and this number is only increasing. With the way these statistics are heading, there is only one question to ask – what is making America fat? It is no secret Americans love their fast food. It is quick, easy, and affordable, well for the greasy, dollar-menu

  • Donald Trump and Fake News

    Donald Trump and Fake News0

    In November 2016, Oxford Dictionaries announced “post-truth” as its 2016 International Word of the Year, defining it as, “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief.” A fitting word, considering the controversy surrounding a highly polarizing presidential election so rife

  • Trump Administration Revokes Transgender Bathroom Rule

    Trump Administration Revokes Transgender Bathroom Rule0

    The Trump administration is revoking a rule made by Barack Obama that gave transgender students the rights to use bathrooms based on the gender they identify with. The issue with this topic is whether Title IX protects students based on their sex or gender identity. Civil rights groups are now worrying that President Trump’s new

  • The Perks of Being a Bilingual

    The Perks of Being a Bilingual0

    In the age of a highly interconnected world where people on the opposite ends of the globe are able to communicate in a matter of seconds, the world can indeed seem smaller. However, globalization has also exposed people to great amounts of diverse ethnicities, cultures, and perhaps most importantly, languages. In 2015, the U.S. Census

  • Donald Trump’s Cabinet: Under-educated and Unqualified

    Donald Trump’s Cabinet: Under-educated and Unqualified0

    During the course of the 2016 Presidential Election, many took note of the now President Donald Trump’s lack of political experience. Many voters however, interpreted Trump not being a politician as a positive attribute as it meant he was an “outsider” who would better reflect the interests of the common citizen. Never mind that he

  • The Art of Note-Taking

    The Art of Note-Taking0

    Knowing how to take proper notes is not only a useful skill for high school, but also for any post-secondary education, such as college. The older you get, the less teachers will start to worry about what sort of information you are actually absorbing inside and outside of class. This is why a student must