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Williams: Kellyanne Conway and Donald Jr. Generate Outrageous Conspiracies

Williams: Kellyanne Conway and Donald Jr. Generate Outrageous Conspiracies

By Brook Williams

September 29, 2017

These days it seems as though every second there’s a new piece of news being published — a new thread of rumors or speculation waiting to light fires. The White House has become what some may call a “Real Housewives of Washington," due to its constant drama. One day it's President Trump demanding...

Williams: Are Young People Growing Up Too Fast?

Williams: Are Young People Growing Up Too Fast?

By Brook Williams

September 27, 2017

For those of you whom graduated prior to 2014, do you remember being in high school and experimenting with mascara for your first time, or daring to venture into the realm of foundation? I might just be speaking for myself, but I was an ugly little gremlin in high school who didn’t figure out how to...

H2H: Is the Internet Helpful or Harmful?

H2H: Is the Internet Helpful or Harmful?

By Brook Williams and Natalie Parkin

September 26, 2017

Social Media Lacks Reality Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, you name it: People have completely syringed these media outlets into their daily lives. We are, as a global population, constant consumers of information, whether it be useful or completely irrelevant. What does this say about the way ...

Williams: Why Are Sororities and Fraternities Mostly White?

Williams: Why Are Sororities and Fraternities Mostly White?

By Brook Williams

September 21, 2017

I walk into a house party, and immediately I’m hit with a familiar cloud of fruit scented vapor as I hear from the other side of the room, “sick vape tricks bro!” The smell of sweated out booze lingers in the air as I am approached by Brad — not the Brad who drives the red jeep and oh so impressively...

Williams: Is College Really Even Necessary?

Williams: Is College Really Even Necessary?

By Brook Williams

September 20, 2017

Word on the street is that being enrolled in college is the thing to do these days, especially in your 20's. Not only is it all the rage, but it almost seems required. “You’re not going to get a job without a degree, darling,” seems to be the punchline to every American's early adult life. This...

Williams: Tragedy Turns Conspiracy

Williams: Tragedy Turns Conspiracy

By Brook Williams

September 11, 2017

Sept.11, 2001 is a tragic day in American history. A day that resulted in one of the largest domino effects to this date. The events that happened that day and the reprcussions that came from the attack on the twin towers are horrific. It is hard to find any silver lining through the musty cloud...

Williams: Transgender Ban May Be A Facade

Williams: Transgender Ban May Be A Facade

By Brook Williams

September 10, 2017

Presidents often seem to have a track record for creating arbitrary laws and bans, making grandiose announcements that serve as political distractions. These divert the public’s attention from more controversial issues, such as defunding Medicare or after-school programs. President Donald Trump’s...

Williams: We Should Decriminalize All Drugs in the U.S.

Williams: We Should Decriminalize All Drugs in the U.S.

By Brook Williams

August 29, 2017

Many people are highly supportive of legalizing marijuana. It is a topic highly stressed on college campuses, and if all teachers and professors aren’t for the legalization by now, it shouldn't take much more convincing to push them in the right direction. We can all make a joint decision that it sho...

Williams: Another Eye-Roll for Trump’s “Efforts” In Houston

Williams: Another Eye-Roll for Trump’s “Efforts” In Houston

By Brook Williams

August 28, 2017

Trump's most notorious habit when anything significant happens in the U.S. is to run to his iPhone, jump on his plush white bed and immediately formulate an assortment of poorly constructed tweets. Well, guess what, Trump, Hurricane Harvey is one disaster that you can't tweet your way out of. Except,...

Williams: “To the Bone” Tells Truth of Anorexic Lifestyle

By Brook Williams

August 27, 2017

The Netflix movie “To the Bone” reveals the realities behind eating disorders. Its light hearted attitude, dark humor and idiosyncratic characters make this film unique. Some say it’s brutally honest. Others argue it’s glorifying anorexia. Both sides of the argument have hit social media like...

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