#HandsUpDontShoot filled news feeds again after the back-to-back deaths of two black men by the hands of police officers, one on Sept. 16, and then again on Tuesday.Read More
The countdown has begun. You can almost taste the rising tension in the air. Shifts in the political climate come like gusts of wind and no one knows what to expect as we inch closer and closer to Nov. 8. After all, it’s election season, and all bets are off.Read More
With the 15th anniversary of 9/11 passing just last Sunday, I find myself taking part in the somewhat unspoken American tradition of taking a moment to remember the day New York City skies went black.Read More
A researcher at University of California, San Francisco recently discovered documents from the Sugar Research Foundation, known today as the Sugar Association, that suggest the last five decades of research regarding nutrition and heart disease may have been influenced dramatically. There was a bias happening right under our noses, and no one had a clue.Read More
Strobe lights flashing, bass pounding, the crowd is pulsing and your best friend is lying on the floor.
This alarming scenario has become a regular occurrence at raves and music festivals, especially with the elevated misuse of MDMA-based drugs like ecstasy and molly.Read More
For a senior on the basketball team, playing on your home court can be one of the most special memories you have in college.
The roar of the students cheering, their energy fueling the team to push forward and win. For students and players alike, basketball games in the Wolves’ Den are a school spirit staple.Read More
According to records at University of California Santa Barbara, the 2008 United States elections held the largest voter turnout since 1968, yet nearly two thirds of the American voting population didn’t even cast a ballot.Read More