Say good night to your old mattress, and sweet dreams to chronic back pain. Continue reading
In a country that can often be plagued by fear and greed, it takes a lot of nerve to stand up against authority. Individuals who choose to defy the status quo and speak out against issues that have been swept under the rug, known as whistle blowers, are crucial to a democratic society. So why, when these individuals often have the most to loose, do they continue to speak out? Continue reading
With millions of Millennials spilling from college campuses into the workforce, the job market has become more competitive than ever. Continue reading
As Atlantic Avenue continues to expand, local residents of Delray Beach have begun to feel like their small, ocean-side city has become to feel more like a tourist attraction and less like home. Continue reading
September 11, 2001: only six years old yet overcome with fear, anguish, despair.
2005, I am only 10 years old but veraciously alert to hatred, angst and terror. Now, at age 20, it has become strikingly clear to me that the attitude in New York City has become one of abhorrence; a poignant reminder that the terrorist attacks that have been thrust upon our city have left behind the fear of an entire culture. Continue reading
As each presidential hopeful takes their turn crafting a successful campaign, one issue seems to continuously arise: controversy over the music used in political campaigns. Most recently, Republican hopeful Donald Trump has been under fire for his unauthorized use of popular music during his rallies. Continue reading
When first applying to Lynn, I understood that attending such an international, innovative school would result in a unique college experience that would leave a profound impact on me. Little did I expect that only halfway through this crazy journey would I have gathered enough wisdom to last me a lifetime – well, maybe not a lifetime, but there’s still three more semesters for that.