Saturday, May 18, 2024

WHY YOU SHOULD STEER CLEAR OF PUPPY MILLS

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Malnourished, caged, and overbred, are just a few of the brutalities inflicted upon dogs across the country at the tortuous chambers commonly known as puppy mills. These dogs that are kept at puppy mills are essentially treated as cash crops to feed dog-owning Americans with their desired dog breed. The treatment imposed on the dogs can only be described as cruel and undeserving, and more actions must be taken to end this savagery.

THE UNJUST DEATH OF INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES

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Roughly only 327,000 of the 4 to 7 million Indigenous people in the U.S. speak their native language, according to a 2006-2010 study recorded by the American Community Survey. This chasm between them and their ancestral languages has resulted in the loss of oral traditions and customs. Yet this tragedy still remains to be properly addressed, and many don’t view it as a large issue, despite its roots extending to two centuries ago.

Monopoly is Not Just a Game

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Most people have played MonopolyTM sometime during their life. After only one game with a few people, it's easy to tell that the more assets you accumulate (businesses, properties, etc.) the richer you can become— at the expense of the other players, of course. The same premise is present in the United States economy in a more complicated manner.

WHY SCHOOLS NEED TO 
START LATER

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While many students have gotten accustomed to new ridiculous sleep schedules and late nights of homework, a myriad of studies demonstrate the negative effects of sleep deprivation and how it negatively affects their in-school performance. As a result, we need to start pushing high schools to start at later times in order to accommodate to students’ sleep schedules and provide them with the necessary rest they need in order to function as effectively and efficiently as possible during school hours.

IS COMPETITION CULTURE IN SCHOOLS A GOOD THING?

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By Chloe Viyannalage
 Competition. It’s everywhere, from sports games to crazy bets with friends. Recently, however, there has been an increased level of competition...

The Artist and Art: Reclaiming Work

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For many of us, separation of the art and the artist is difficult, to a degree. Without any knowledge of the artist, it’s entirely possible to appreciate good art, admiring the technique and thought that went into it. And yet, it’s impossible to entirely sever the connection between the two when the two entities have built each other up so heavily. It’s impossible to not associate the artist with their art.

Veteran’s Day: It’s Not Just Another Day Off

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Imagine facing all hell and the All-Mighty, watching some of the most horrific and inhumane scenes in history, and putting your life on the line for a generation of entitled brats who don’t think twice about the sacrifices you made for their freedom. Veterans and military personnel are the only reason we have this country to begin with; only two days of the year are set aside to honor them and the majority of people don’t even bat an eye. Veterans Day is not another day off, it’s a day to honor and commemorate people who have served our country so that we can have the rights we take for granted today. 

The Power of Word: Speech is to be Used Justly

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I as a trans individual am scared for my future every day that I am in this country simply because I exist. I wouldn’t have to live in fear of being in harm's way if others could simply leave people like me to our own devices. Our actions are to better fit ourselves. We do not harm anyone from just being trans. We are not broken. We are not diseased. We are human.

Doctors and Surgeons Struggling with Mental Health

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Doctors, surgeons, and others in the medical profession are some of the most highly valued careers. They are tasked with managing their operations, passing along possibly devastating information to patients, and saving multiple lives per day. They are under high stress, high–stakes conditions almost every day. Doctors are human too. They experience stress, burnout, and depression as others do, sometimes suffering even more. 

How Deathly Close We Are to WW3

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A five-minute speech can kill millions and put the world in turmoil; one bomb, one order, or one man, can lead the world to decades worth of destruction. With international tensions at a record spike—as well as public ignorance—another world war is far from unlikely.

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