How Social Media is Playing a Role in the Upcoming Presidential Election

By: Joleen Traynor With the presidential election fast approaching, voters and pundits alike are increasingly concerned about the integrity of our election systems. Outside groups have attempted to infiltrate our election systems in the 2016 election cycle[1], and the...

How the Coronavirus Pandemic is Exposing a Dangerous Loophole in Federal Firearm Laws

By: Emma Phillips The coronavirus pandemic has brought about many significant changes in the daily lives of Americans: social distancing measures have changed the way citizens live, work, and interact; businesses and governments have experienced unprecedented strife;...

Football, Myocarditis, and Heart Transplants: Was The Big Ten Conference Ahead of the Curve?

By: M. Walker Upchurch On August 11th, the Universities’ Presidents within The Big Ten Conference met and decided to cancel football for the upcoming season. The Presidents of the Universities cited public health concerns and a startling correlation with myocarditis...

Say “I Might” to Zoom: Weddings During a Global Pandemic

By: Logan Childress Social distancing, self-isolation, and travel restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 global pandemic have led to unfavorable circumstances for hopeful couples looking forward to becoming married in 2020.[1] Still, despite these unexpected...

Self-Driving Cars May Make Roads Safer, But Will They Make Our Lives Simpler?

By: Melisa Azak Self-driving cars are predicted to usher in a new era of vehicles free from the perils of human error. Some of the top companies in the autonomous vehicles field, like Waymo, a subsidiary of its ubiquitous parent company, Alphabetic, Inc., have...
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