According to data released last year from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), traffic fatalities in the United States are up 18.4 percent, a spike higher than what has been seen in the past 15 years.
Last month, the British Medical Journal (BMJ) published a study that claims that a 2017 song by the American hip hop artist, Logic, may have contributed to an actual reduction of suicides during the time when the song was receiving the most public atte
College presents challenges from coursework to financial hurdles and finding the right major. You’re simply selling yourself short if you go to class, get a grade, and leave. This approach is mundane, lackluster, and arguably a waste of money.
The ability to balance a job, family obligations, and personal relationships all while juggling college studies can make finding time seem impossible, especially when each one of these aspects of one’s life requires its own attention and demands that m
Two weeks ago, I was looking for something in my basement. I found an old assignment I kept from Dr. Daher’s class; it was one of the only papers he assigned in person, as COVID-19 caused us to transition to online school.
There is one thing in this world that all humans have in common, no matter their circumstances: we will all die. From a young age, we are conditioned to see death as something scary, rather than as a normal part of our lives.