Since Donald Trump’s election in 2016, voters from both parties were eager to get out and vote for candidates in one of the wildest election years in recent history. 435 members of the House of Representatives, 35 Senators, 50 Governors, Lieutenant Governors, judges, city council members, state assembly people, and more were up for election. Predictions were made about who would win and how many voters would turn out, but one thing was clear: No one could’ve truly prepared for the results on election night.
The mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell. If you went to high school, it’s likely that you have this piece of knowledge drilled into your brain. Unfortunately, what you might not have learned in high school may be far more important.
DACA applicants,including a young man from Cogswell College, arrived in the United States with their parents when they were very young, and have depended on this program for many years to protect them from deportation as undocumented citizens.
Although it has been refuted multiple times, by scientists and researchers, that video games cause increased aggression and violent tendencies in kids, video games continue to be the main scapegoat when tragedy strikes in America.
It was a cold midnight: New Year’s Eve. 2017 had been a harsh year for many, and while some were (and still are) pessimistic about 2018, millions of people across California were optimistic about a sweeping change that was decided upon in 2016. The thousands of people staying out in the cold night were anticipating getting their hands on a controversial drug: recreational marijuana.
What’s the big deal with marijuana and making it legal? How does legalization work? What’s important to know about buying and selling cannabis?
Two weeks after the tragedy, I had the opportunity to speak with Marjory Stoneman Douglas alum’ Julia DeFinis about the lives of three victims, #NeverAgain, and the growing problem of school shootings in the United States.