On March 22, 2016 around 8:00am there was a terrorist attack in Brussels, Belgium. I analyzed a radio report, a television broadcast, and a print article about the attack, in order to see the different ways these journalism mediums cover a story. I focused in on looking at the time and date the news was … More Brussels Attack Reports with Different Journalism Mediums
Until about a year ago, I assumed a sorority was just a social organization of only party girls with rich parents. Then, to my surprise, I joined one myself. I went through recruitment out of curiosity and found a group of incredible women that eliminated all my preconceived ideas of Greek life. I found that … More Inside a Sorority
Many adoption agencies discriminate against gay couples. They are able to deny a couple a child because the couple isn’t married. If gay marriage was legal the adoption agencies would have no reason to deny the family a child. As a result, thousands of foster children would have an increased chance of going to a … More How Does Gay Marriage Affect Society?
93% of communication is non-verbal. So what kinds of nonverbal communication makes a politician successful? I decided to watch one of the republican debates and one of the democratic debates. First I watched both without sound to pick up on the physical nonverbal communication, then, I watched them with sound to analyze their tones. I watched … More Politician Speak
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists states that, “A woman’s risk of dying from having an abortion is 0.6 in 100,000, while the risk of dying from giving birth is around 14 times higher.” Abortion is a women’s right and should not be limited by governmental or religious authority. Even though I have not … More Her Body Her Choice
The United States is a melting pot. It was founded by a group of diverse immigrants who were trying to escape the religious persecution all over Europe, as well as, many others who were looking for new economic benefits from this, “promise land.” It is ironic, today, when we complain about immigration because everyone who … More The Freedom of Movement
The best time to travel is right after graduating college when you’re young, healthy, and still figuring out what to do with your life. However, after college many grads are broke and have a pile of student loans to pay off. I did not want this to impact my decision on what to do after graduating so … More Travel on a Budget
Stop making excuses! There are so many benefits to traveling around the world. First off, it doesn’t have to be as hard as you think. Trip advisors and travel consultants can help you plan your route and expenses. You’ll have the whole thing planned out and in a schedule and if you’re like me, you won’t be … More It’s Time to Plan your Trip Around the World.
It’s time to face the facts about climate change. Global warming causes problems with the environment, public health, and the economy. Although many deny it, the human race is at fault. According to National Geographic, “2015 was the hottest year on record” going back all the way to 1880. Global warming impacts the environment by … More Let’s Save This Beautiful Planet
Are you as brave as a Samurai? Could you walk across a thousand year old bridge made of vines? Follow in the footsteps of real warriors by crossing the Kazurabashi vine bridge in the Iya Valley of Japan. The bridge is made out of vines so that after crossing, the warriors could cut it down and escape … More Are you as brave as a Samurai?