Friendly Fire: Government censorship

By Dan Whitely  Columnist With the recent developments in France, and the “Je Suis Charlie” movement spreading, the balance of public safety and freedom of expression has once again come into question. This balance is one that has changed throughout contemporary times, especially in recent years when numerous…

Stop sex trafficking with awareness

Stop sex trafficking with awareness

Growing up, I was always warned about being aware of the people I associated with or where I was. This was to ensure that I wouldn’t get into trouble, of course, but also to avoid kidnapping or, at worst, sex slavery. As I got older, the stories faded…

Greek prime minister’s economic policies questioned

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is coming under fire from both the left and the right on both a domestic and international level for his economic policies. Despite this, he is one of the most responsible global leaders today, and his unpopular policies may just save Greece and…

Drug administration explained through the history of the drug war

Drug administration explained through the history of the drug war

Florida’s proposed Amendment Two, which failed to pass the required 60 percent voter approval by about two percent…

Bon Appétit makes steps towards sustainability

Bon Appétit makes steps towards sustainability

On Feb. 17, Eckerd’s food management company, Bon Appétit, and the Office of Sustainability held a College Program…

To vaccinate or not to vaccinate, that is the question

By: Dan Whitely Columnist With health scares this year such as the spread of Ebola in West Africa,…

Valentine’s Day rituals give love a bad name

Valentine’s Day rituals give love a bad name

Valentine’s Day. The holiday we all love to hate. Sure, it’s a great excuse to eat an unforgivable…

Feminista: Abuse is black and white

Feminista: Abuse is black and white

Rewind about six years into my life and you will see me fighting the pull of sleep to…

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