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Should We Never Shake Hands Again?

Should We Never Shake Hands Again?

April 15, 2020

We will return to rubbing elbows on our commutes, and if we keep good hygiene in mind instead of fear, we can stand to shake a hand or two.

Liberty University’s Recklessness Amid COVID-19

Liberty University’s Recklessness Amid COVID-19

April 15, 2020

If anything, the move to keep a university open while a viral pandemic wreaks its havoc across the nation seems much more selfish.

Stay-at-Home Orders Lead to Altered Family Dynamics

Stay-at-Home Orders Lead to Altered Family Dynamics

April 15, 2020

The impact of the pandemic on family dynamics is only beginning to be felt, and it will likely have lasting ramifications for many families.

Mindful Journalism is Essential in Election Controversies

Mindful Journalism is Essential in Election Controversies

April 15, 2020

It seems as if such selective covering is rooted in something so ugly, it focuses primarily on party lines and pays little to no credence to something as severe as sexual assault allegations.

Confronting Our High-School Selves

Confronting Our High-School Selves

April 15, 2020

Taking online classes from our childhood bedrooms has led us to confront a memory many of us would prefer to forget: our high school selves.

One Nation, Indivisible

One Nation, Indivisible

April 15, 2020

Sure, there are anomalies which hint at human selfishness and failure to act, but overwhelmingly, people have sacrificed for the greater good.

Preserving the Magic of the Movies

Preserving the Magic of the Movies

April 1, 2020

The COVID-19 crisis could reasonably sound alarm bells regarding the state of movie theaters in the country.

Stimulus Bill is a Step in the Right Direction

Stimulus Bill is a Step in the Right Direction

April 1, 2020

America's economy survives on the labor of the nation's workers, small businesses and larger enterprises, not governmental handouts.

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