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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 19, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

I Stand with Planned Parenthood: Statistics Speak Volumes

By | Nov 30, 2015

Recent headlines have showed that a 57 year old man has been arrested for allegedly killing 3 people at a Colorado Planned Parenthood.

Muslim Does Not Mean Terrorist: Inside Islamic Discrimination

By | Nov 23, 2015

With recent ISIS activity taking the forefront of the media coverage, the fear of terrorists is on high alert. People see a man in a turban in the airport and automatically rush to the worst-case scenario. I would like to take the opportunity to say this: Islam does not equal ISIS.

Limited Resources for Individuals with Unlimited Patriotism

By | Nov 11, 2015

It has also been reported (via military.com) that fewer than 1 in 10 people who apply for disability will not receive it. What happens to these veterans? How can they adjust to their regular lives without help?

Newer Isn’t Always Better: Respect Your Elders

By | Nov 4, 2015

I challenge all who read this to take a second to appreciate your grandparents. Give them patience, respect, and, most importantly, love. If you are one of the lucky ones who still has living grandparents, take a few minutes out of your day to see them or call them.

Same-Sex Couples and the Same Old Stereotypes

By | Oct 21, 2015

A person with homosexual interests is still a person. An attraction to the same gender does not make you any less male or female, and it definitely does not make you any less human.

Combating Religious Persecution with Open-Mindedness

By | Oct 4, 2015

The point that I want to make is this: no matter what your spiritual beliefs are, there will be people who put you into certain groupings. This is a result of the extremists in religion who have created an image that is unfairly placed on all who have the same or similar beliefs. Our country prides itself on welcoming diversity, yet religion causes so much conflict and so many hard feelings.

The End Game of Equality in a World of Gender Limitations

By | Oct 1, 2015

What is it that makes gender a source of so many problems? How can the XX or XY chromosomes differ that significantly that a person’s sex dictates certain categories that they fall into?

“The Hardest Thing in This World Is to Live in It”

By | Sep 27, 2015

Mentally ill people may have to fight their thoughts day in and day out, which is more exhausting than others realize. The feelings of being alone in this world can take over your mind as a virus would take over its host cell. The human brain becomes ill and weak and frail until life seems like it is too much to deal with.

Bisexual Attraction and the Improper Reaction

By | Sep 23, 2015

A major source of stereotyping comes from the sexual orientation of bisexuality. Many people believe that bisexuals are merely “confused” or “greedy,” when in reality it is a matter of attraction… Bisexuality, homosexuality, heterosexuality- it’s all a matter of attraction.

A Second Glance at the Second Amendment

By | Sep 20, 2015

One of the current hot topics of conversation and political agenda is gun ownership. The United States Constitution specifically outlines the right to bear arms in the Second Amendment. It is a basic freedom of American citizens that we are allowed to possess guns for self-defense. Yet, with mass shootings taking place all throughout the country, questions have been raised about guns.

Inked in Ithaca: How We View the Tattoo

By | Sep 15, 2015

Each individual on this planet has different experiences that guide them through life and make them who they are today. The human body can, in a way, be considered a blank canvas.

Major Depressive Disorder and its Major Misconceptions

By | Sep 13, 2015

One of the most horrifying statistics is that nearly two out of three people who suffer from depression do not seek treatment or receive proper treatment. Part of this has to do with the stereotypes surrounding depression.