“I started getting into several artists’ work, such as Alex Grey, and I realized that I could put my feelings into what I was doing. I do abstract art so that my feelings can be visually observed.” Salisbury, MD I loved drawing when I was younger but, as I got older, I realized that I […]
Chinese Composer Performs At Carnegie Hall to Celebrate Sino-US Diplomatic Relations
Multi-percussionist Shiqi Zhong performs a solo percussion recital celebrating the 40th anniversary of the establishment of Sino-US diplomatic relations. The event was presented by the Paulus Hook Music Foundation in the United States. The program features works by Alexej Gerassimez, Mongo Santamaría, John Psathas, Jorge Cardoso and Per Nørgård. Two world premieres by Chinese composers […]
Midterm Elections – Why Should YOU Vote?
Want to know why it’s so important to cast your vote tomorrow? Let these college students tell you THEIR why.
Guns in America-What is the Solution?
As of May 2018, there have been over 100 school shootings in 2018. In fact, the US has one of the highest rates of gun violence in the world; and the highest when compared to other developed countries. As a result, many Americas are calling for Congress to take action by creating legislation that would […]
The Syrian Chemical Attack
On April 7th, the world saw yet another tragedy to strike Syria during it’s complex civil war. Two bombs were dropped, harmful chemicals plague the citizens, and world leaders are displaying conflicting perspectives to who was responsible. What is your take on the controversial issue?
The Benefits of Animal Assisted Therapy
It is not widely accepted among health care providers, but studies have shown that Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) has generated positive results, especially for adults and children with mental illnesses!
Trump To Meet North Korean Leader
After a whole year filled with threats to national security, and the ominous allusions to nuclear war, President Trump has decided to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un in person. Their meeting will hopefully put an end to the international tension that polluted our political atmosphere.
Paula Abdul’s Secret Battle with Anorexia
As many women experience shame for having bigger bodies than what is considered acceptable, Paula Abdul went through the same struggle early on in childhood. Here is Paula Abdul’s battle with anorexia and eating disorders throughout her life.
The truth behind Bipolar Disorder
Bipolar disorder is another mental illness that is often stereotyped as extreme and sudden mood swings when that isn’t the case. Celebrities like Demi Lovato struggle with bipolar disorder in a way where she finds it difficult to sleep at night and ends up overworking her mind and body. [the_ad id=”6714″] If you know anyone […]
Indian Man Is Killed By His In-Laws For Violating Caste
A man and his wife ambushed in the street by 5 men paid by the father of his higher caste wife.
Why Antisemitism Is Still a Huge Issue in the U.S.
At the beginning of July, Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver, DeSean Jackson, shared a number of posts that were both degrading and offensive towards the Jewish community. The posts included quotes that were falsely attributed to Nazi dictator, Adolf Hitler. Since then, Jackson has acknowledged his mistake, apologizing for and deleting the posts. However, his doing […]
How will the Declining Travel Industry Bounce Back From COVID-19?
The International and national travel industries hit a slump due to the coronavirus outbreak. However, efforts are now being made to revitalize the industry. From hotels and resorts to modes of transportation such as flight agencies, and Amtrak, prices are low and sales have plummeted. Over the course of the pandemic, sales dropped drastically throughout […]
Meet Steve Schwartz: Coaching Students Through LSAT Unplugged
None of us are strangers to the barriers that standardized testing poses to students. Most of us have gone through exams such as the SAT, ACT, or SAT II exams, which are notorious for being inherently abstruse to students without test preparation programs and similar resources. Beyond these college entry exams, which some schools have […]
How Brett Hagler is Building Homes With 3D Printer to End Global Homelessness
Brett Hagler is the CEO and co-founder of New Story, one of the most innovative companies in the world. New Story is working on finding sustainable solutions to end global homelessness. The company pioneers community solutions and is passionate about social impact. It builds homes and communities for families all over the world that need […]
Top 10 Items Every Senior in College Should Have to Survive Their Last Year
As we dive into the fall of 2020, this brings in a new slew of seniors in college. Even though we are fighting through a pandemic, colleges around the globe are opening back up and students are going back to campus. With the anxiety of trying to complete their last year, here are the top […]
Why wearing a mask is everyone’s business
Almost 20 million people have contracted COVID-19 and there have been over half a million deaths as well. Public health experts have emphasized the use of face coverings to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. In response, extremist groups have taken to rallying against the use of masks, claiming the required use of masks is […]
5 Tips for Surviving Remote Learning and Knowing When To Make a Change
Remote learning is a complete game-changer. For some students, it might be better than in-person classes. You don’t have to worry about getting yourself out of bed anymore, and the flexible schedules may be a godsend for some. On the other hand, according to a study, many college students find remote learning to be somehow […]
5 Lessons I Learned from Playing Cards with My Grandma
As I was growing up, my family spent every summer at my grandparents’ house. The grandkids would spend all day outside on the lake, swimming and playing yard games. But as soon as the sun faded away behind the horizon, you could find us all sitting around the card table playing a game of Joker […]
Meet Elena Breese-The Boston Marathon Terror Attack Survivor Helping Other Trauma Victims Bloom
Elena Breese was at the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon waiting for her husband Jeff, who was running that year, when both bombs exploded. She was in the bleachers directly across the street from the first bomb and witnessed the devastating scene. She wasn’t able to reunite with her husband until a few […]
4 Psychedelic Drugs That Are Shockingly Beneficial in Treating Mental Health Issues
Psychedelic drugs have been used across cultures for centuries, but only recently has modern science begun to tap into the potential use of these drugs as a mental health treatment. The word psychedelic comes from two Greek roots: “psyche,” meaning mind/soul, and “Delos/delic,” meaning to reveal. Thus, the word translates to “soul/ mind revealing.” Unfortunately, […]
9 Legit College Jobs This Fall For Students
Finding work during a pandemic can be difficult. However, with schools starting up again, there are more opportunities for college students to find part-time jobs. Both on- and off-campus students can get work if they want it — they just need to look in the right places. There’s a reason why society associates college students […]
How I Began to Live More Meaningfully and How You Can Too
It took me a while to get to this point. I first realized—and I mean really realized— I had a problem during my freshman year of college. But my issues went back years and years. I think we’d all like to believe that our problem can be summed up in one little diagnosis or one […]