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Particularly on college campuses, e-cigarettes, vapes and juuls have become some of the most common sights and have virtually eliminated the presence of traditional cigarettes. For our purposes, we can define e-cigarettes as “battery-operated devices that people use to inhale an aerosol, which typically contains nicotine, flavorings and other chemicals,” including vaping tools.
This week, seniors across America took a step toward understanding their futures. Some young adults will take time off, begin working or go to a vocational school. But most of these high schoolers — approximately 70% of them — will decide to attend college.
Never in a million years did I think I would get the opportunity to live on campus. This may come as a surprise to many readers.
Since the start of college this year, multiple friends and new people I met expressed their desire to quit “juuling,” a type of vaping with the product JUUL. It had been controlling their thoughts and the way that they spend their money. Some had developed coughs, some developed severe withdrawal symptoms.
The expansion of technology and social media has entirely changed the way society functions. The change has impacted our interactions with society in a manner of ways.
At some point, every city goes dark. You just do not notice it. The hubbub of commuters, students and people from all walks of life navigating busy streets and the bright billboards emblazoned with dynamic, animated ads light up the city well enough to render day and night obsolete.
University President Robert L. Barchi garnered considerable attention earlier this week after committing to developing a carbon neutral initiative.
The death of publications came unknowingly. The reign of print media was, as Thomas Hobbes put it best, nasty, brutish and short. Journalism as a founding principle of the United States may very well be a dead natural right.
In recent days, the tensions between the United States and the Islamic Republic of Iran have grown exponentially. This round of trouble began when — according to the U.S. Department of State — Iran attacked Saudi Arabia’s oil production. The U.S. has responded by sending additional troops to the region.
Whether you are a Democrat, Republican, Independent or affiliated with another party, being politically aware is essential, especially in the current political climate.
At long last. After several days of classes, homework and hanging out with friends, it was finally time. I had been waiting for the past few days for this moment. I sat in my room, turned the lights off and turned on the Xbox.
Some people might view the city I grew up in as a ghetto. I just see it as a pretty urban area with a diverse group of inhabitants.
Arguably a household name, the "broken windows" theory was originally published in The Atlantic by James Wilson and George Kelling in 1982. In the mid-1970s, New Jersey started an initiative, providing money to departments to remove police officers from their patrol car, instead promoting walking beats.
It is the place of the privileged to be apathetic in times of crisis. Jonathan Franzen plays this role perfectly.
In Vancouver, Canada, there exists a building where anyone can walk in, inject heroin with a clean needle and walk out, unbothered by the medical staff on hand in case of emergency.
Jefferson Sharpnack, an Ohio primary school student, had to already overcome the difficulties of being the new kid at school, when earlier this month, cafeteria staff had confronted him in front of all his schoolmates and took away his cheesy breadsticks. It was his birthday.
The idea of loss has become a central theme in how global warming is presented: species lost, habitats lost, communities lost and lives lost.
What is contained in a message?
Many evils drag themselves across the ends of the earth.
During the week of July 15, one of the most revolutionary scientific breakthroughs would have occurred.