By: Lauren Saccone
Even with years of debates, rallies, demonstrations, and legislation, abortion remains one of the most controversial and contentious issues in America. The question of a woman’s right to choose is virtually guaranteed to polarize people, with each argument more vehement than the last. But a new study could cast this intense debate in a... Read More
By: Nicole Capo
You find yourself incensed by the events in Ferguson, Missouri. You’re angry about Trayvon Martin, and indignant that People magazine would fire an editor just because she’s an African American.
Who do you turn to to talk about it?
If you’re Caucasian, then odds are you’re talking to other white people about black issues, according to... Read More
By: Chris O'Shea
Most people (including us) hate algebra, usually from the moment they started learning it. And they're not alone. Finding someone who enjoys the subject is like locating a unicorn, you'd be shocked that they exist and not quite sure what to do next. However, despite seemingly everyone complaining about broadly defined intermediate... Read More
By: James Smith
Russian President / autocrat / alleged sex symbol Vladimir Putin was in the news following reports that he and his wife of almost thirty years, Lyudmila, were planning to divorce, the result of a distance in their relationship that had emerged over the many years of Putin’s career as the leader of Russia. By all accounts, the decision... Read More